Meet Stephen Robinson-Enebel, Engineer-in-Training

Stephen is the newest member of the Welaptega Team.  He is a fourth year student taking Mechanical Engineering at Dalhousie University and is working on completing his third and fourth co-op terms here at Welaptega.  Much like previous recruits, we thought it would be awesome to get to know more about this aspiring young man so we sat down with him for a Q&A.

Summer ends & Fall begins

As Summer 2015 draws to an end so does our latest project in…

Offshore 3DM in the North Sea

As the calendar moves to the final month of the year Welaptega operations continue, with the latest version of Welaptega’s subsea 3D modelling system currently being put through its paces in the North Sea.

Gaining insights: Diver ops

If you’ve seen the picture of the unidentified bright red deep-water angler fish from an earlier blog you will appreciate that the world of Welaptega is a lot more than just moorings, wellheads and pipelines. It often involves meeting the denizens of the deep in their habitats, far from the realm of National Geographic scuba divers and their hand held cameras.

Welaptega Develops Prototype Subsea Stills Camera System

Welaptega’s 3DM system uses subsea stills cameras to collect images for post-processing into 3D models so photo quality is essential to produce accurate, high resolution models. This requirement along with the desire for more immediate results drives the need for a specialized ROV-deployed camera system.

Countdown to OTC Houston 2014

Fewer than four weeks to go until OTC 2014 in Houston! Welaptega will be at OTC in full-force, represented at the Nova Scotia Department of Energy pavilion at Booth #1817 in the Reliant Center.

Preview of Welaptega’s new HD3DV camera

Following the operational success of Welaptega’s High Definition 3D Video system, an updated version of the HD3DV camera is in its final stages of testing and is close to being ready for use in offshore inspections.