How we can meet your scannning needs
Viewport3 exists to provide technical-grade subsea scanning services. We combine state-of-the-art technology with over 40 years’ experience in the subsea and IRM sectors to deliver a unique and bespoke scanning service.
We are commonly deployed to carry out inspections of mid-water arches, spool alignment, jacket inspection, in-hawse mooring line inspection and UWILDs, but our technology can be applied to all 3D scan requirements.
Your Challenge – Our Solution
We thrive on a challenge – if you’ve been told your requirement is too difficult to achieve, we want to hear from you! We can design a bespoke system that will comply with your specific requirements.
Detail and accuracy are Key
Our scientific approach to defining the equipment and processes enables data extraction with accuracy of 1/1000 and density of 0.1mm or lower.
In some cases, our systems can be deployed using little more than the imaging equipment already available at-site. Geometric information can often be extracted from dives already underway, or even from legacy images or footage. The equipment is easily integrated with existing ROV spreads, or for shallower applications we can use the flexibility of divers as a capture platform.
Collecting a point cloud is only half the job. Once we have the data, it’s important that we deliver it in a way you can use. The full output will be too demanding for most PCs and many customers choose to have their answers delivered as 2D drawings, 3D geometry, deviation and engineering reports, or CAD-ready files. Defining the output is essential to a successful project.
All projects start by listening carefully to the needs of our customers and providing a service that meets requirements. We avoid the unnecessary by collaborating closely – our customer’s needs very much shape our business
We see the process as a conversation. Working in partnership from query to completion, we carry out an analysis of your needs, making sure we have a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and requirements, before recommending the best course of action.