Advanced Underwater Robot Training Program with QYSEA Completed

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The training program was a great success, and BRAAMDrones crew  returned to BRAAMD, Inc. with advance knowledge and skills. They are now better equipped to provide top-notch service inspection capabilities and technical support to our customers.

We also believe that this training is beneficial for our customers, as it enables us to better educate them on the benefits of underwater drone inspection. It allows us to deliver the message e that drone technology is revolutionizing the inspections field now. And for paid undersea drones and inspection services, we are now more confident tha can deliver accurate data our customers require.

BRAAMD, Inc. is committed to investing in the professional development and competency enhancements of its employees, and this training program is just one example of the company's efforts to ensure that BRAAMDrones engineers and pilots are at the forefront of their field.

BRAAMD’s  Technical Support Engineer and Service Engineer were dispatched to complete an Advanced Underwater Robot Training Program with QYSEA Technology Co., Ltd. Headquarters in Shenzhen, China.  The training program was conducted by QYSEA Pilots and Engineers and designed to equip the BRAAMDrones Team with the latest knowledge and skills in tackling more challenging underwater inspections and conditions. 

The first part of the theoretical and practical training covered Pre-dive procedures (Hardware connection, Commands and Function of remote control, Calibration of sensors, Basic ROV control, Sonar operation,  U-QPS operation, Data management and Post-dive Maintenance.   There was also hands-on training sessions, where they had the opportunity to work with various FIFISH models such as  V-EVO, PRO V6 PLUS,  E-GO and FIFSH W6 and appreciate these libe-up of state-of-the-art underwater robots and practice using them in simulated environment.

On the second day of our advanced training , we conducted exercises in a lake using FIFISH W6.  This setting allowed us to simulate the actual inspections we will perform at our customer’s site, providing valuable hands-on experience in a realistic environment.

​It was truly rewarding and encouraging to hear the positive feedback from one of our Service Engineers who completed this training. He shared,  “With the assistance of a QYSEA Trainor, we were able to understand the various functions of Fifish and its actual operation following our training at QYSEA Headquarters.  We are now  more equipped  FIFISHand how to operate different kinds of payload. On my part, my favorite Payload is the station lock module. It is used to accurately locked the ROV position to automatically hover even if there’s a current. “