The Teledyne Marine 2020 Photo/ Data Contest has concluded with over 80 qualified submissions that helped to donate over $1200 to Save the Children as part of their charitable giving campaign. These funds will be used to aid children around the world during what can only be called – a very challenging year. Thank you to everyone who participated by submitting your amazing photos and data, sharing them, or just voting for your favorites!
We always look forward to this annual contest to see what our customers have been up to, and as usual, this year did not disappoint. Without further ado, this year's winners are…
Ocean engineer and inventor Graham Hawkes founded his current company HAWX Open Ocean, LLC to design and build technologies for both manned and unmanned vehicles with the goal of enabling undersea access to all. His latest invention is the Sea Rocket (Patent Pending) series of gravity powered vertical water column vehicles that collect data and video from the surface to the sea floor.
CorPower Ocean's CEO Patrik Moller discusses the company's plans to produce energy from waves.
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.
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.
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.
The World’s Most Advanced Control & Autonomy for Inspection Class ROVs Makes 50° Pitch Easy
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’s Sea of Solutions personified in the stunning images and important data collected by NEKTON’s First Decent mission