- Equipment, Machinery & Materials-Diving Equipment
- electronic hardware
- gas analysis
El Granada CA 94018
SURFACESUPPLIED was established in early 2011 with the goal of providing state-of-the-art technology to the commercial diving industry. The founding team has extensive experience in both the supply and manufacture of commercial and military diving equipment. Products have been carefully developed with a focus on areas within the industry that are either poorly serviced or where the core technology base is simply lacking.
Based in Northern California, close to the heart of Silicon Valley, SURFACESUPPLIED is perfectly placed to incorporate the latest in electronic development into its products. Although not a region known for a heritage in diving, Silicon Valley is one of the most condensed areas of technology development and product design in the world.
With a portfolio of products and a focus on our customers, SURFACESUPPLIED is dedicated to industry leading products at the right price with exceptional availability.
SURFACESUPPLIED uses a combination of electronic hardware, embedded software, mechanical components and a streamlined route to manufacture in order to provide class leading technology to the commercial diving sector. Product innovation is led from all four elements and may include material selection, COTS components, custom hardware development and multi-platform software.
By adopting a holistic view of each product, the correct hardware can be chosen to minimize component count, leverage mechanical packaging and place the focus on embedded software.
SURFACESUPPLIED has products available for hyperbaric communication, diver’s breathing gas analysis, class leading high intensity LED lighting and the hyperbaric monitoring of saturation diving systems. Included in the product suite is the thinnest CO2 analyzer commercially available, a feat achievable only through the incorporation of patented gas sensing technology.
With a constant technology focused drive, the company is continually innovating and is presently looking at novel ways to deal with diver decompression obligations, diver gas management and hyperbaric visual and audio based recording.