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Equinor drones operations centre, Bergen. © Equinor, photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland

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Subsea drone sets new world record

A subsea drone working for Equinor recently set the world record for the longest period ever for an operational remotely controlled vessel underwater, spending 165 days at a depth of 330 metres.

The Saipem Hydrone-R drone has been working at the Njord field in the Norwegian Sea, performing drill support and production support activities and autonomous operations.

Read more about robotics and digitalisation in Equinor here

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