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VideoRay Introduces New Entry-Level Mission Specialist Underwater Robot

VideoRay, the world's leading manufacturer of portable underwater robots, is proud to announce the launch of its new Mission Specialist Ally.

Unlock Your ROVs Potential: Exclusive Training Opportunities Await You!

VideoRay's factory training courses are not just about learning; they're about working smarter, more efficiently, and effectively. Whether you're a newbie eager to dive into the world of ROVs or someone looking to take their skills to the next level, they've got a training course tailored just for you. Explore their early 2024 lineup below and get ready to make this year your best one yet!

Depro and VideoRay Combine Technology to Deliver a Seamless Solution for Challenging Offshore Inspection & Maintenance

Depro AS, a leading provider of subsea tooling for the offshore industry, is increasing its long-term collaboration with VideoRay LLC, a leading supplier of portable underwater robots. This agreement underscores the commitment of Depro AS and VideoRay LLC to delivering cutting-edge solutions to the oil & gas and other energy industries on a global scale.

VideoRay Acquires Blue Ring Imaging’s AI Capabilities for Underwater Robotic Systems

VideoRay, the producer of the Mission Specialist Defender robot recently selected by the US Navy for underwater mine detection and disposal, announced today that it has successfully acquired Blue Ring Imaging, a St. Petersburg, Florida-based innovator in 3D visualization, multi-view perception, and simulation for unmanned systems.

VideoRay Welcomes Marine Industry Expert as VP of Marketing & Partner Programs

VideoRay, a global leader in underwater robotic systems, welcomes Margo Newcombe as Vice President, Marketing & Partner Programs. She brings more than 25 years of marine industry experience to the position, having directed marketing, communications and customer development programs for many of the industry’s leading underwater and subsea technology companies.

Sarcos and VideoRay Sign Agreement to Offer Integrated Underwater Robotic Systems

Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation (“Sarcos”) (NASDAQ: STRC and STRCW), a leader in the design, development and manufacture of advanced robotic systems that redefine human possibilities, and VideoRay, the world’s leading manufacturer of underwater robotic systems, announced today that the companies have signed an agreement to offer integrated underwater robotic systems combining VideoRay remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) with the Sarcos Guardian® Sea Class robotic system including its power-efficient dexterous arms.

Underwater System Being Developed for Office of Naval Research Reaches Unprecedented Depth for an Inspection-Class ROV

RE2 Robotics, a leading developer of intelligent mobile manipulation systems, today announced that its Maritime Mine Neutralization System (M2NS) reached an unprecedented depth milestone of more than 1 kilometer during a recent open-water demonstration for the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR), the project’s sponsor.

VideoRay Announces Unique Low-Logistics Point Cloud Solution - SubSLAM X2

Partnership with Vaarst and Greensea allows modeling of undersea assets. One of the critical tasks that owners or service companies require is to monitor assets. Frequent inspections are needed to look for damage, growth, or misalignments. The best practice is to generate a real-time point cloud model of the inspected asset. The model lets inspectors make precise measurements and time-lapsed comparisons.

Marklesburg Fire Co. Adds New VideoRay PRO 5

Marklesburg fire chief Marlin Hunsicker, left, and his father Brian, right, who serves as fire company president, pose with the fire company's new underwater remote operated vehicle (ROV) the company recently purchased and will be placing in service. The new camera system replaces one initially purchased a few years ago.

VideoRay underwater ROVs protect the world’s busiest ports and waterways

Port security and surveillance, mine countermeasures and underwater search and rescue are all dangerous missions that should no longer put lives or vessels at risk. Where sustained, mission critical underwater inspection or exploration is required, remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) are the safest and most effective way to maintain security, support salvage efforts and uncover secrets of the ocean.

Australian Manufacturer Develops Cutting Edge Tool for Underwater Recovery

The custom recovery jaws will assist HEART with underwater recovery missions Blueprint Lab, an Australian robotics manufacturer, has developed custom jaws for their Alpha robotic arm which will allow for greater grip on fabric when resurfacing underwater drowning victims. This tool was developed for the Hutterian Emergency Aquatic Rescue Team (HEART).

VideoRay Begins Shipping Defender Underwater Robot Systems To U.S. Navy

Following up on its recent announcement of another multi-million-dollar order for Defender underwater robot systems by the U.S. Navy, VideoRay has shipped units to the naval warfare service branch.

U.S. Navy places order for additional VideoRay ROV slated for Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)

VideoRay announced that another multi-million dollar order for Defender ROV systems has been placed by the U.S. Navy

New ROV-Concept from Depro AS, as Gives Massive Cost Reduction for Operators

A number of ROV operations are expensive due to high cost of equipment and complex operation setup. Depro AS and VideoRay LLC have developed a new, compact and, flexible ROV concept which is easy to use and quick to mobilize. The ROV concept named BLUEROC is a cost saving system for the operator. Several customers have mentioned up to 75% in savings.

VideoRay and Sonardyne Demonstrate Benefits from Combining Latest ROVs with Micro-Ranger 2 USBL Technology

VideoRay LLC and Sonardyne International Ltd. have been working together to demonstrate enhanced remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operations through integration with positioning systems.

Collaboration for Cost-Effective ROV Solutions

Depro AS and VideoRay LLC have jointly announced a new partnership to develop and field lighter and less expensive equipment for subsea operations down to 2000m water depth, primarily in the oil and gas sector.

Greensea’s New Ship Hull Crawler Technology Launches with VideoRay Defender ROV

Easy-to-Operate Crawler Performs Robotic Inspection and Intervention Greensea, creator of OPENSEA®, the open architecture robotics platform for the marine industry, has developed a new hull crawler that easily attaches a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to a ship hull without magnetics and allows the operator to “drive” the ROV and payloads over the hull. Initial hull crawlers are designed to work exclusively with the VideoRay Mission Specialist Defender ROV.

VideoRay awarded contract with U.S. Navy for EOD Response Remotely Operated Vehicle

Next step in multi-year collaboration on effective Explosive Ordnance Disposal through man-portable remotely operated-vehicle (ROV)

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