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3D Laser Imaging on Greensea Hull Crawler Advances Hull Inspection and UWILD applications

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greensea) on August 4, 2020

The Greensea crawler advances the technology used for hull inspection and UWILD inspection by providing a stable base for cameras and other imaging sensors like the Kraken Robotics SeaVision. Engineers can determine precise measurements from 3-D laser scans with confidence that their sensors didn’t move.

Teledyne Marine’s “Top 5 Reasons” Videos

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Teledyne Marine) on July 12, 2020

Got 2 minutes? Check out this series of short videos filmed by our sales staff for a quick, casual & entertaining look at the top 5 features of several key products.

18 Days to add Autonomy: OPENSEA Platform Reduces Development Time

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by GreenSea) on May 26, 2020

Built on OPENSEA, an open architecture software platfom, STIDD Military partnered with Greensea to add supervised autonomy to their Diver Propulsion Device (DPD) within 18 days.

50° Pitch is Easy

Posted to Marine Technology TV on May 14, 2020

The World’s Most Advanced Control & Autonomy for Inspection Class ROVs Makes 50° Pitch Easy

New Ship Hull Crawler Technology

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greensea) on April 27, 2020

Greensea’s New Ship Hull Crawler Technology Launches with VideoRay Defender ROV: Easy-to-Operate Crawler Performs Robotic Inspection and Intervention. Video shows the Defender attach a Defender to a ship hull without magnetics and allows the operator to “drive” the ROV and payloads over the hull.

Teledyne Marine delivers solutions for NEKTON’S First Descent mission

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Teledyne Marine) on October 25, 2019

Teledyne Marine’s Sea of Solutions personified in the stunning images and important data collected by NEKTON’s First Decent mission

An Introduction to the Teledyne Z-Boat 1250

Posted to Marine Technology Sponsored (by Teledyne) on July 15, 2019

Teledyne Oceanscience Z-Boats® are the number one choice for reliable, remotely controlled, hydrographic surveying in streams, rivers, lakes, and coastal waters around the world.

SubC Imaging aims to help you see better underwater

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on May 24, 2019

Ron Collier, VP, SubC Imaging discusses trends in the development of underwater optical sensors.

TMTW 2019

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by 2019 Teledyne Marine Workshop) on September 19, 2019

Join Teledyne Marine for their newly expanded users' workshop in which speakers, influencers, and attendees from around the globe will converge to explore, learn and share their experiences on a broad range of products, applications and technology.

Underwater Vehicle 'Breakdance' ShareEmbedEmail

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by MTR) on August 9, 2019

Houston Mechatronics' Aquanaut has some serious dance moves! Watch the underwater vehicle perform its breakdance routine in a test tank.
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