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Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, t...

Belgium orders R7 ROVs from Exail

by Kate Tringham

Exail's R7 remotely operated vehicle has been procured for the Belgian Navy. (Exail)

Exail has been contracted to supply six R7 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for the Belgian Navy, the company announced on 2 April.

The ROVs will be used for the inspection and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance, as well as safeguarding harbours, coastal areas, ships, and key infrastructures.

Launched in October 2021, Exail's R7 ROV is a small, compact manportable system designed for operation from small craft such as rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) or from the shore.

It has a length of 780 mm, a width of 551 mm, and a height of 424 mm and can operate to a depth of up to 300 m and in temperatures of between -2ºC and 37ºC.

The R7 is described by the company as easy to deploy and features a highly intuitive human-machine interface. Based around a modular architecture, it can be equipped with a wide range of sensors and tools, including a robotic arm.


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