Motion Challenges for Deep-Sea ROVs

empire magnets article

Deep-sea remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) present motion control design engineers with some difficult challenges. Applications may include ROV propulsion, position thrusters, dive vanes, rudders, or robotic arms, but some problems are common to all of them.

In a recent article published on Tech Briefs, Richard Halstead, president of one of our key manufacturing partners – Empire Magnetics Inc – covers the key issues that designers face.

You can read the entire article online, or download a PDF to find out more.