Air Dive Applications

Air Dive Comms lightenedreduced

The architecture of the DDCS required for installation and operation in Air Dive Control will be dictated by the client requirements, certifying authority such as DNV and any specific dive system compliance criteria, such as NORSOK. 

Like Saturation dive control, the Air Dive system can be configured to provide communications to divers, outstations located at the LARS console, wireless communications with deck operators and cranes along with decompression chambers and inspection consoles.

There is no specific requirement for redundant operation but this can be provided if required.

One line output channel is generally reserved for output to the Black Box recorder.

All communication channels, with the exception of the Black Box, can be routed and adjusted with ease by the supervisor at the console.

Supervisor profiles are provided for supervisor convenience.