Imenco Nautronix asset integrity management (AIM) certified training programs are available on our NASeBop and NASDrill control systems.
Delivered by product support technicians, our certified training covers the basic understanding of acoustics and components of the NASeBOP system required for installation and troubleshooting processes to enable reliable operation and maintenance of the system in the field.
The Imenco Nautronix emergency blowout preventer acoustic control system (NASeBOP) is specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of mission critical BOP control.
Our certified training provides hands-on training to system operators, technicians and vessel masters on the principles of acoustics and how to set-up, operate, calibrate and maintain the RS925 system.
The Imenco Nautronix NASDrill is an advanced subsea acoustic positioning system combining long baseline (LBL) and short baseline (SBL) operating modes. It is designed specifically to meet the dynamic positioning (DP) reference requirements of ultra-deepwater drilling vessels by providing independent LBL and multiple SBL outputs to the DP system up to 1Hz.
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