Integrated Marine Studies : Geophysical & Metocean Surveys, Topographic Surveys and Fast Time Navigation Simulation

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Bintang Subsea have completed multiple large scale, integrated marine studies, involving geophysical & metocean surveys, topographic surveys and fast time navigation simulation, as part of the preliminary design and site selection process for future oil terminals in Indonesia. Collaborating with specialists from the UK, and using the latest survey data processing, ship simulation and 3D visualization software, clients were impressed with the quality and unique range of products, delivered both on-time and within budget

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Critical Survey and Positioning Services for Subsea Hyperbaric Welding Project

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Bintang Subsea recently provided critical survey and positioning services, as part of a complex, yet very successful subsea hyperbaric welding project. The project required timely and accurate high resolution seabed surveys, ROV and diver based pipeline inspections, and high precision positioning and stability monitoring of subsea piling to support the efficiency and safety of the works

Multibeam Sonar Surveys

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Bintang Subsea continue to invest in the latest technology and systems to streamline our project workflow, providing faster delivery of results, and significant cost savings for our clients. Bintang Subsea recently completed a number of large scale multibeam sonar surveys. Through adoption of the latest multibeam sonar processing software, data was processed offshore in near real time, allowing impressive 3D visualizations to be delivered to the client within hours of completing each survey.

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Subsea Spool-Piece Metrology Campaigns in Indonesia

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Bintang Subsea recently completed a number of subsea spool-piece metrology campaigns in Indonesia. With tights window for installation and measurements, Bintang Subsea mobilised an acoustic metrology solution for rapid installation onto construction barges in Indonesia. Working at sites crowded with existing pipelines and structures meant there was no room for error, and fast visualisation and reporting of the results in 3D was required to allow spools to be constructed offshore and installed within hours of completing the metrology measurements

 

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