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4D Modeling of USS S-28 and insert of S-35 showing differences in bow plane cowlings (Credit: Lost 52 Project)

Ocean Explorer Finds WWII Submarine off Hawaii

A veteran ocean explorer and his team have employed advanced underwater technology to discover and scan World War II submarine USS S-35 (SS-140) offshore Hawaii.This is the 7th US WWII submarine found by Tiburon Subsea CEO Tim Taylor and his "Lost 52 Project" team. This recent discovery utilized pioneering robotics and methods at the forefront of today's underwater technology. The explorers applied a combination of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV), remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and advanced 4D Modeling photogrammetry.The USS S-35, built at the end of WWI, launched in 1919 and

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Sunken Submarine USS Stickleback Found

six decades ago has been discovered by a team of ocean explorers utilizing pioneering robotics and methods at the forefront of today's underwater technology.USS Stickleback (SS 415), lost in nearly 11,000 feet of water 62 years ago, was discovered by veteran ocean explorer and Tiburon Subsea CEO Tim Taylor and his "Lost 52 Project" team equipped with a combination of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV), remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and advanced photogrammetry imaging technology.In nine years, Taylor and his team have discovered six U.S. submarines and amassed the most comprehensive

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3D Models of Newly Discovered US WWII Sub

Aberdeen-based subsea 3D scanning specialists, Viewport3, have been collaborating with an eminent international explorer, Tim Taylor to process pioneering underwater 3D scans on the bow and stern of a US submarine which was lost in 1942.Viewport3 were contracted by Tim Taylor, CEO of New-York based Tiburon Subsea Services and founder of Ocean Outreach Inc, as part of his ongoing “Lost 52 Project”, which he states, “honors the men, their memory and their mission”. The project is responsible for discovery and mapping of 4 out of 8 of the US WWII submarines located to date.The

3D photogrammetry Imagery of the stern section of the USS S-28 lost 75 years ago on July 4th, 1944.

US Navy Sub Discovery Validated

The U.S. Navy recently validated the identity of a submarine shipwreck that was discovered in 2017 after being missing for nearly 75 years. Utilizing advanced imaging technology, Ocean Explorer Tim Taylor and his "Lost 52 Expedition Team" officially discovered the final resting place for the 49 Sailors of the long-lost U.S. submarine S-28 (SS-133) in ultra deep water off Oahu, Hawaii. July 4, 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the loss of the submarine, which was conducting exercises at the time she disappeared."The discovery of the USS S-28 as part of my 'Lost 52 Project

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Tiburon Subsea Upgrades ROV Otis

optics and sensors. It is an ideal vehicle for marine research, HD filming and or light workloads as it can be deployed from a boat or any platform. “When today's light class inspection vehicles are not enough and you need a working class system this ROV is the perfect solution,” said Tim Taylor President of Tiburon Subsea.   Otis is an electric light work-class vehicle equipped with precision tracking system (USBL), optically corrected color HD video camera, quad LED lighting array, color laser video measuring system, multi-beam imaging sonar and five axis hydraulic manipulator

Tim Taylor, Tiburon Subsea

Five Minutes with Tim Taylor, Tiburon Subsea

Tim Taylor is an accomplished ocean explorer, businessman and entrepreneur. He has owned and operated his own companies in the marine industry for 30 years, work which has always included applying innovative diving technologies, and he has developed a reputation for leading underwater expeditions that add to the scientific knowledge in the fields of oceanography, archaeology, biology and geology.  His explorations have taken on many forms, but pushing the boundaries with new technology has been a consistent driving force, and the use of  Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) is a logical

TSS AUV

Tiburon Subsea Takes Delivery of OceanServer AUV

established companies we are enabling these companies to not only access the latest technology but to also utilize their own qualified personnel in the process. Our survey AUV’s will offer cost and time effective methods to obtain superior data for small and large scale projects.” states Tim Taylor CEO of Tiburon Subsea. Tiburon Subsea provides global underwater technology rental, training and support services with a focus on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. The IVER3-580 is equipped with L3 Klein 3500 bathymetric/side scan and Marine Magnetics-Explorer magnetometer. Tiburon Subsea is committed

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OceanServer AUV Delivered to Tiburon Subsea

programs and offering full operator support services with all its AUV rentals. “By certifying qualified operators from established companies, we are enabling these companies to not only access the latest technology but to also utilize their own qualified personnel in the process,” said Tim Taylor, CEO of Tiburon Subsea. “Our survey AUVs will offer cost and time effective methods to obtain superior data for small and large scale projects.” Tiburon Subsea provides global underwater technology rental, training and support services with a focus on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

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