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Science Diving & Environmental Co.

  • Science & Research-Oceanography / Oceanology

Locations

Headquarters

3814 Trade Center Drive
Ann Arbor MI 48108
USA

Incorporated in 1988, Science Diving & Environmental Co. (SDECO) represents many of the foremost manufacturers of marine electronics and underwater and surface vehicles. SDECO serves the US Great Lakes and mid-west states as a reliable and trusted source of multiple types of sonar, high-grade cameras, ROVs/USVs, sensors, cables and connectors and ultra-rugged notebook computers. We work with our customers to assure that they acquire a reliable system that will meet their objectives and can arrange the training, service and eventual upgrades they require to keep it working and productive. We also supply connectors, cables and custom assemblies to OEMs in our region.


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