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ISS dives in with Sub-Atlantic
Posted 09.10.2008 17:33:59 av John Sheehan
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Aberdeen-headquartered oil and gas specialists Integrated Subsea Systems (ISS) has taken delivery of the latest generation ROV control system.  

The company said it has invested in the new state-of-the-art subCAN™ developed by Sub-Atlantic, part of the Triton Group of companies.  

The control system harnesses the newest technology to provide high speed communications, control and real time diagnostics, ISS said.  

Built using the latest technology, expertise and ingenuity, subCAN™ offers high speed communications and data network system providing command, control and real time diagnostic functions for Sub-Atlantic ROVs.  

ISS managing director Ian Herd, said: “The subCAN™ gives ISS a leading role in moving the ROV industry to the next level. We chose this system for its advanced features, increased diagnostic feedback and robust communication links, as built by a leading ROV manufacturer.  

“Through this investment, ISS is now among the first companies in the world able to offer the system, placing us at the cutting edge of this new technology.”  

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