self-operating robots that do the work for you

See the full process below for a Blue Atlas Robotics subsea inspection. 

HOW OUR SOLUTION WORKS

Choose between purchasing a robot outright or hiring Blue Atlas' solution as a service in the field

Deploy Sentinus
The Sentinus self-steering robot is easily deployed by one person by hand.

At only 16 kilograms,
the Sentinus is easy to deploy with a single set of hands.

Simply lower the robust robot into the water, ship-side or quayside.
Retrieving the robot after the inspection is just as easy.

Align Sentinus with target
Use the joystick to move the Sentinus to the edge of the subsea object you would like imaged.

Our solution involves no complicated pre-flight planning.
The inspection path is calculated automatically in real-time
by the Sentinus' advanced routing algorithms.

The Sentinus is driven close to the inspection target so it can "see"
it with computer vision and begin its self-steering survey process.

Start survey
Press the "start" button to begin the survey.

Once the survey is initiated, the Sentinus navigates itself automatically,
based on what it can see.

Although one operator is required on-site to supervise the robot,
the subsea survey is performed largely without intervention.

Watch the Sentinus do the work
The inspection is performed autonomously by the robot with minimal intervention from the operator.

The survey is performed in a methodical pattern that ensures
no area of the inspection target is missed.

The robot is automatically stabilized against currents
via the onboard computer.
The result is footage that is close, clear, and consistent.

HOW OUR SOLUTION WORKS

Choose between purchasing a robot outright or hiring Blue Atlas' solution as a service in the field

Deploy Sentinus
The Sentinus self-steering robot is easily deployed by one person by hand.

At only 16 kilograms,
the Sentinus is easy to deploy with a single set of hands.

Simply lower the robust robot into the water, ship-side or quayside.

Retrieving the robot after the inspection is just as easy.

Align Sentinus with target
Use the joystick to move the Sentinus to the edge of the subsea object you would like imaged.

Our solution involves no complicated pre-flight planning.
The inspection path is calculated automatically in real-time
by the Sentinus' advanced routing algorithms.

The Sentinus is driven close to the inspection target so it can "see"
it with computer vision and begin its self-steering survey process.

Start survey
Press the "start" button to begin the survey.

Once the survey is initiated, the Sentinus navigates itself automatically,
based on what it can see.

Although one operator is required on-site to supervise the robot,
the subsea survey is performed largely without intervention.

Watch the Sentinus do the work
The inspection is performed autonomously by the robot with minimal intervention from the operator.

The survey is performed in a methodical pattern that ensures
no area of the inspection target is missed.

The robot is automatically stabilized against currents
via the onboard computer.
The result is footage that is close, clear, and consistent.

Want to pinpoint what our system can deliver for you?

Get in touch to book a demo and experience the system first-hand.

BETTER DATA

for better documentation

Sentinus footage feed of a vessel hull

video feeds

digital twins

The Blue Atlas solution gives you higher quality data to work with. Crisp video feeds from six camera angles and interactive 3D asset models are what we do best.

3D interactive model of vessel hull produced by Blue Atlas

industry applications

explore our sectors

Our robots are perfect for subsea imaging of marine infrastructure assets such as port or harbour walls.

Our subsea survey solutions can help you see your vessel hull clearly and in high detail.

Gather imagery that makes maintenance easier for a range of offshore structures such as wind farms.

Blue Atlas Robotics © 2022     |     10 Forskerparken, Odense, Denmark    |       Ph: +45 29 28 25 48     |     CVR: 399 446 618

Blue Atlas Robotics © 2022     |     10 Forskerparken, Odense, Denmark    |
Ph: +45 29 28 25 48     |     CVR: 399 446 618