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2G Robotics Inc

Leading the way in underwater laser scanning technology, 2G Robotics responds to the needs of sub sea survey & inspection with the development, manufacturing and sales of underwater laser scanners to an international market. With sub-millimeter accuracy, the ULS series of underwater laser scanners…

Deep Trekker Inc.

Deep Trekker Inc. was founded in 2010 with a mission to bring a fully capable yet portable and accessible remotely operated vehicle to market. Now our ROVs are working throughout the world in industries such as aquaculture, commercial diving, search and rescue, military, construction, oil, energy…

Genesis Group Inc.

Genesis is the commercialization arm of Memorial University, a Canadian leader in ocean engineering. • Seaformatics – a self-powered bottom-mounted ocean sensor platform. • Inspirus – intelligent sensors & a patented new sensor pointing device. • AOSL Thruster – a novel high performance thruster for ROVs/AUVs.

International Submarine Engineering Ltd

ISE is a high tech company engaged in the development and manufacture of undersea vehicles, control systems and robotics. For 40 years we have delivered close to 250 underwater vehicles - ROVs, AUVs, HROVs, Semi-Submersibles and 400 robotic manipulators to customers worldwide.

International Submarine Engineering Ltd.

Based just outside Vancouver, Canada, ISE has delivered 240 vehicles and over 400 robotic manipulators to more than 20 countries. Notable product achievements include the HYSUB ROVs, the THESEUS AUV, Explorer Class of AUVs, Magnum ROV manipulators, Shell SmartPump refueling robot, aircraft…

Kraken Sonar Systems Inc.

Headquartered in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Kraken Sonar Systems Inc. is a marine technology company engaged in the design and development of high performance sonars and acoustic velocity sensors for military and commercial applications. The Kraken team includes internationally recognized experts…
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