An ROV is essentially a robot that can operate underwater which works like a miniature submarine.
ROVs are unmanned underwater robots that collect data about subsea structures and geological formations.
ROVs use a tether and optical cable to establish a connection with the operator.
They serve various purposes, including exploration, research, and infrastructure inspections.
The base frame of the ROV is made as light as possible to prevent additional weight and drag during motion.
ROVs are incredibly complex machines that consist of several subsystems, including electrical, mechanical, and sensors.
ROVs are controlled by remote pilots and automated control technology, making them safe and convenient to operate.
Scientists, zoologists, botanists, and many industries use ROVs for their operations.