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VideoRay Science & Research ROVs - Environmental / Hydrographic Assessment

The VideoRay ROV is a rapid and efficient tool for environmental & hydrographic assessments.  Easily one man deployable from a small vessel or shore with minimal power requirements, the VideoRay can be underwater collecting data as long as the operator is willing.  Coastal inspection projects, port access surveys, submerged asset inspection, and environmental impact inspections can be carried out with ease and confidence with a VideoRay ROV and the available optional enhancements. 

With the ability to carry multibeam sonars and echosounders, the VideoRay ROV is ideal for small area assessments when large crews and extensive equipment are not necessary.  Because of the rapid deployment capabilities, the ROV can be a first responder for environmental impact studies immediately after an accident or disaster. This was the case in the Gulf of Mexico when the VideoRay Pro 4 performed an impact assessment for CNN on some of the marine life down to 300 m (1,000 ft).  Besides its internal sensors and camera, the VideoRay vehicle carried a Turner Designs C3 Fluorometer which measured temperatures and the presence of crude and refined oils in the water. 

 

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