The safety of ports, harbors, bridges, and vessels is a top priority for military and security organizations worldwide, above water and below. Proven at the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the U.S. Navy, the VideoRay Remotely Operated Vehicle system is a portable and affordable system that can be deployed in minutes and operated by one person if necessary. Underwater security sweeps of ship hulls and piers can be performed quickly, reliably, and without the cost and inconvenience of divers.
With the addition of low visibility VideoRay ROV accessories such as the VideoRay crawler attachment, BlueView High Definition Imaging Sonar, positioning solutions such as the Tritech MicronNav and KCF Smart Tether non-acoustic positioning systems, the real time video enhancement integration from LYYN, and sensors such as VideoRay's radiation detector, the VideoRay becomes an extremely effective underwater investigation and inspection tool.
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.