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Underwater scientists, biologists, and researchers worldwide have come to embrace the enormous potential of the VideoRay ROV as a simple and cost effective data collection, learning, and teaching tool.

The VideoRay has seen action on every continent in the world and has documented some fascinating marine life and their habitats, ancient architectural sites, endangered and invasive species, polluted habitats, and even an underwater laboratory.  It is capable of collecting water and soil samples with a manipulator arm, monitoring water parameters with a sonde, measuring and scaling objects with lasers, and determining metal thickness with gauges.

Scientists, biologists, students, and teachers alike will quickly realize the benefits of such a portable, affordable, and reliable ROV system.

VideoRay Research & Development Director Marcus Kolb spent 3 months in Antarctica with a VideoRay ROV studying the benthic environment under the thick sea ice.

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