At Bluestream we work with different departments together to exceed client expectations.
Bluestream is well equipped to meet the growing demand for sophisticated, remote, subsea interventions. Whether it’s an inspection campaign or installation/construction support, we’re always able to allocate the most efficient vehicle to the task. We have a fleet of more than 20 ROV systems of various sizes – from observation- and inspection-class vehicles up to light work-class vehicles.
Bluestream's approach focuses on obtaining a complete and accurate picture from every ROV operation. For this, all inspection parameters are uploaded into a client-specific viewer. This enables us to walk through all the planned steps in a straightforward, step-by-step manner and execute our tasks to protocol. A dedicated software module also enables us to give our clients the opportunity to review specific activities instead of the complete ROV footage.
For more challenging projects, Bluestream has access to a wide range of tools that can be easily connected to the ROV, from cleaning tools to advanced NDT equipment.
The Seaeye Panther-XT Plus is a compact work class vehicle, featuring a versatile platform for subsea intervention tasks.
The compact yet high powered Seaeye Cougar XT TMS can be deployed for a wide variety of tasks, depending on its configuration.
Ideal for inspection tasks and can handle subsea lifting rigging, remove debris, or perform (light) intervention tasks.
The Tiger is suited for most subsea inspection tasks and light manipulation tasks, with a payload capacity of 32 Kilograms.
Housed in a single 15 feet container, the Bluestream Seaeye Tiger Free Fly unit is the most compact offshore inspection class system of its kind.
The Videoray Pro 4 is an ROV especially designed to perform quickly and effectively advanced underwater imaging tasks.