One of the Royal Netherlands Navy's VideoRay Pro 4 Military ROV Configuration with diver.
Royal Netherlands Navy's customized VideoRay Pro 4 system with Altimeter, Long Base-Line Positioning System, Ship Hull Crawler, Multi-Beam Sonar, Fan Lasers, Manipulator, and a Lateral Thruster.
VideoRay Pro 4 with a shiphull crawler and radiation detector performing a port security hull sweep.
United States Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) training on a VideoRay Military ROV configuration.
United States Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) member James Brown launches a VideoRay ROV for a hull inspection.
USCG (United States Coast Guard) Honolulu operate a VideoRay ROV - the USCG MSST (Maritime Safety and Security Teams) are standardized on the VideoRay Pro 4 Military configuration ROV system.
USCG (United States Coast Guard) Pro 4 ROV Configuration with a ship hull crawler and BlueView imaging sonar.
Typical shiphull inspection VideoRay ROV configuration with a hull crawler attachment and BlueView P900-130 mulitbeam imaging sonar.
VideoRay Pro 4 with the hull crawler engaged performing a hull inspection with a radiation detector.
Norwegian Armed Forces piloting a VideoRay ROV with Norwegian VideoRay Dealer Jonny Oestvand of Miltronic.