Cellula has designed and delivered a wide range of high performance control systems for seafloor drills, drill subsystems, subsea manipulators, Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) skids, scientific instruments and subsea well intervention systems.

Cellula control systems have been designed for one-atmosphere pressure vessels and / or use Pressure Tolerant Electronics (PTE) in Pressure Balanced Oil Filled (PBOF) enclosures, depending on the application and client’s requirements.  Cellula’s well intervention systems are designed and tested to ISO-13628-6.

The Human Machine Interface (HMI) is a key aspect of each Cellula control system.  The HMI includes real time, high speed monitoring and control using touch-based Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) and a range of dedicated tactile control inputs.   The GUI commands can provide direct or servo control of actuators, or initiate high level command sequences, depending on the system requirements.

Cellula control systems are based on low latency distributed architectures and are built on common proven platforms.  They include bespoke processing and servo algorithms as well as limit checking, fault checking and status logging, customized to suit each application.

As an integral part of Cellula’s Quality Management System, a comprehensive revision control process manages all control system software releases.