ABERDEEN, UK — UTEC, part of Acteon’s Data and Robotics division, has released iSite Subsea, a cloud-based platform designed to provide intuitive 360-degree visualization of subsea assets and data.
This is aimed at the offshore renewable energy sector and oil and gas subsea equipment owners.
According to the company, the platform allows users to source, view, manage and report on seabed, survey and asset data via a single, secure cloud-based interface, enabling interrogation and comparison of data over time, remotely and without specialist software knowledge.
UTEC said that should help cut costs, lower risk and improve decision-making.
The new platform is said to facilitate digital delivery throughout a subsea asset’s life cycle of geophysical, geotechnical, structural integrity monitoring, inspection and maintenance surveys.
Developers and contractors can use it to access data required for planning, assessing and executing safety, environmental and risk scenarios.
Under the service, latest datasets are always available to all users, eliminating the risk of double handling, incomplete data entries, multiple versions and lost data/information, UTEC added.