[ANALYSIS] Unmanned Inspection For Oil & Gas: ROVs, Pigs, ROI & Obstacles

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The contemporary oil and gas industry employs a range of strategies and techniques in order to ensure inspections are both cost and time-effective.

Many of these are in the unmanned realm, relying on the remote operation of vehicles from a control room or vessel.

In The Business Case For UAVs In The Oil & Gas Industry, we analysed the emerging influence of new fly-by-wire technology in the hydrocarbons industry. In this article, we look at two of the more established methods of unmanned inspection: remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs) and the non-porcine pig

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