Underwater drones replace frogmen to complete general visual inspection tasks, reducing operating costs and underwater operation risks. They also assist in developing better operational and maintenance schedules, improving hull safety and fuel efficiency.
Easy to use and high efficiency
Plug and play, a single person can complete the deployment in 5 minutes, and can start the inspection task without waiting for the frogman.
Replaces frogmen to inspect the hull, which can be operated by a single person. Avoids the reduction of operating revenue caused by the downtime during inspection, which greatly reduces costs.
One-click report generation
Generates a hull inspection report with one click after the inspection.
Work all day
Equipped with a spare battery pack or powered by AC power, underwater drones can work continuously for a long time and improve the inspection efficiency.
Check the antifouling paint
Check the damage degree of antifouling paint on the side and bottom of the ship, and decide whether it is necessary to arrange the service company to repair the paint.
Check the marine life
Check the marine growth on the hull side and decide whether it is necessary to arrange the service company to clean it up.
Check critical parts for damage
When the ship berths at the port/anchorage, check whether the key parts such as propeller/rudder and sea chest are damaged.
Check for impact damage
When a ship collides at sea, check whether the bow or stern of the ship is damaged by collision.
M2 PRO becomes "underwater doctor" and regularly do "physical examination" for a 300-meter vessel!
The Ukrainian Seaport Authority uses CHASING M2 for hull inspection