To help educate and inform about Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles (ROVs), TMT runs regular ROV Familiarisation Sessions for interested industry groups, universities and high school groups. Sessions are tailored to the group and take the form of a guided tour and talk that covers ROV technology, related engineering disciplines, manufacturing processes and offshore energy production.
TMT’s Bibra Lake facility is an ideal location to be introduced to ROVs, engineering and manufacturing, as there is no other facility producing these work class ROVs in Australia.
An ROV Familiarisation Session includes a tour of the engineering departments and access to some of the dozens of engineers involved in building ROVs. You will also see the workshop where ROVs and subsea tooling take shape, and after final assembly, are tested, certified, documented and packaged to be sent out to work.
Sessions are usually tailored to suit the attendees and include:
- engineering disciplines such as hydraulics, mechanical, electronics, software, production, project management
- workshop and factory floor/assembly line facilities
- manufacturing processes
- managing and operating ROVs
Demand for our tours is very high and groups are small so it's best to book well in advance. If you have a group that you think would benefit from such a tour, drop us a message through our Contact Us page or call 08 9411 6500.