ROV Contract for Forum Energy

Press Release
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Houston-based Forum Energy Technologies contracted by Cummings Consulting to supply two Sub-Atlantic Mojave Systems ROV's.

Both of the Mojave ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) will be equipped with job specific tooling systems such as; electric winches, touch screen control monitors, Sub-can Control Systems, sonar, color and monochrome cameras. Also included are two three function manipulators and VisualSoft™ data capture capabilities.

The Mojave systems are capable of reaching depths of 300 meters, and will be deployed for assessment analysis immediately off the coast of Florida.

"The Mojave was the perfect observation vehicle for us because of its high thrust, low cost and easy deployment. Our relationship with Forum played an important role in our purchase as well. Over the years we have always received wonderful support throughout the transaction and beyond," says Joe Cummings, President of Cummings Consulting, Inc.

Forum Subsea Technologies is a product line of Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. Their ROV product line ranges from electric observation class ROVs to large hydraulic work-class vehicles used for inspection, survey and deep-water construction, as well as other remote intervention technologies and services.
 

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