the world’s first resident unmanned offshore search and rescue solution
Speed of rescue is key to survival
56% die in the first 3 minutes due to cold water shock
24% die in 3 to 30 minutes due to swim failure
20% die at the point of rescue
Operations & Maintenance
Enable Helicopter operations
Eliminate standby vessels
10% saving in downtime
Rapid breakdown response
50k ton carbon saving
4.5% reduction of LCoE
For safety, Regulator (MCA) recommends 2 lines of orientation
Operators prefer Optimised siting to reduce wake turbulence losses
12 Nov 20 - Successful conclusion of free fall vessel testing (scaled to 25m in Sea State 6) at QinetiQ Haslar Ocean Basin.
05 Oct 20 - Worlds first unmanned casualty recovery performed in open water (conducted under MASS Code of Practice)
21 Sep 20 - OSS launches their first unmanned remotely operated vessel
07 Sep 20 - OSS win UK Gov Innovate UK 'Sustainable Innovation' Funding
11 Jun 20 - Successful conclusion of sea trials on prototype Casualty Rescue Solution
Larger turbines, further from land lead to longer rescue response times.
There is always a risk of someone entering the sea
Speed of response is key to survival
Probability of third party incidentsincrease as size of wind farms increase
Operators aspire to use lone assets
Enable helicopter operations without the need for in field standby vessels
Eliminate the need to put lives at risk during standby operations.
SOV & Heli operations enable fast repair response and broader weather window.
Saving 2.4t carbon for each 12 hour CTV transit
With a resident SAR solution:
Speed rescue recovery response
Enable SAR lane or out of field heli-rendezvous
Reduce the risk profile for SAR heli-ops
Enable improved yield orientation layout