OBSERVER
The OBSERVER model  that is an easy-to-carry and user-friendly underwater robot of s e a r o v e r  is designed the industrial applications in mind.

From professional construction applications to academic research, from personal observing hobbies to entertainment applications, the robot offers a wide range of applications.

Underwater Robots
At Searover, we manufacture underwater robots that allow us to perform inspection, maintenance or research efficiently, at very competitive prices, and without putting any human life at risk.
They are commonly referred to as underwater ROVs.

Security
We offer one of the best alternatives to the great risk that divers take to make deep dives during prolonged periods of time.

Efficient work
Our underwater robot helps companies in the inspection, maintenance and repair of their underwater assets.

Profitability
Our ROV provides with a cost-effective alternative for research and underwater inspection, and allows a reduction of operational costs.

Adaptability

We are manufacturers, which allows us to adapt our underwater robot according to costumer needs.

s e a r o v e r offers you underwater technologies solutions.

ROV class underwater robot with high maneuverability, OBSERVER, incorporates the latest technology and engineering.

Resistant

OBSERVER, which has a durable outer frame made of marine aluminum and polycarbonate, has 6 propulsion engines designed to work in the most demanding water conditions.

Efficient Work

With its special design and quick-change Li-Ion battery unit, it provides long-term underwater operation.

Strong Lighting

Powerful LED lights that are adjustable in intensity, provide excellent illumination for the 1080p camera that provides vivid HD image; In this way, it provides superior visibility for night vision and dark environments.

Wide Range

With a depth of 100 meters and a 300 meter cable option, OBSERVER can meet all the needs of different industries under water.

Observation

Thanks to its special program, it is possible to watch the images that are transferred from underwater by model OBSERVER , by VR (Virtual Reality) glasses.

Easy to use

You can control the robot via the operator console, or via the computer due to the UI technology, which makes it easier to use and control.
Usage Areas

From professional construction applications to academic research, from personal observing hobbies to entertainment applications, the robot offers a wide range of applications.

In Fisheries Sector

Detection of attached fishing nets (purse/trawl) and ropes Pasture detection and research in fishery sector Underwater sedimentation detection in fish farming, for the detection of feed and many sediments, net control and cathodic measurements

Port Control

Our team of SEO consultants have plenty of experience in link audits & reviewing backlinkaPort mouth controls of port, shelter, etc. Bridge pillar, port legs controls Underwater construction maintenance and repair profiles.
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Pipelines

Corrosion and cathodic measurements Pipeline and oil platforms Underwater pipeline welding inspection

Diver

Diver monitoring and support Underwater archeology and wreck surveys Tourism and documentary shooting Leisure use in diving centers

Underwater Mapping

Underwater mapping and verification Damage assessment of insurance companies Search and rescue operations Underwater research

Review and Research

Ship and propeller reviews Hydroelectric power plants Biodiversity research Crime scene investigation studies
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Video

An ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle) is a remotely operated underwater robot connected to a control unit, a laptop located on the surface, by means of an umbilical cable that exchanges control and video signals from the underwater vehicle. ROVs are always controlled by a pilot who views the video in real time at the ground station. In situations where the vehicle is autonomous and does not require an operator, they usually become devices without an umbilical cable, and are referred to as AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle).

Traditionally, there are two types of ROV: the so-called Inspection-Class and the Intervention-Class. In other words, those that serve for visual inspections and those that are designed to do heavy work such as drilling, sawing, welding, etc. Observer,can be categorized as mini-ROV, works in the Inspection-Class sector.

Although the ROVs within this category are usually used only for visual inspection purposes, Searover underwater robot offers several functions that are normally only available in higher categories, such as:

-Lateral movement capacity, fundamental for the inspection of ships or structures.

-Omnidirectional stability control (6 Degrees Of Freedom)

-Space for additional useful pieces (robotic clamp, sonar, water quality sensors, positioning, sample collection, etc.)

They are easy to use, and only require a laptop and a gamepad. They have a quick learning curve due to their intuitive controls such as joysticks, and are easy to configure and operate. Its small size makes it easy to perform an underwater inspection job, without the need of cranes or generators.

In general terms, a ROV consists of one or more watertight compartments where electronics are housed, with one or more cameras, two or more propellers, flotation and ballasting elements, an umbilical cable, and a surface control station. With these elements a basic ROV can be constituted for visual inspections, but more elements are added for more advanced applications, such as acoustic sensors, different types of cameras, robotic arms, bottles for the collection of samples, etc.

The difference between the different categories within this type of vehicle lies in the use of different materials to increase its depth of operation, a more accurate sensorization for positioning.

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