Schilling Robotics sells three remote systems

Deep-ocean robotics manufacturer Schilling Robotics has sold three new remotely operated vehicle systems to contractor Subsea 7.

Deep-ocean robotics manufacturer Schilling Robotics has sold three new remotely operated vehicle systems to contractor Subsea 7.


Schilling Robotics, which is based in Davis, will deliver the three systems in the second quarter of this year, a news release said.

Subsea 7, a Luxembourg contractor to the offshore energy industry and an existing Schilling customer, will use the new ROV systems to support its offshore operations.

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