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VideoRay 2002 Underwater Robot Redefines Micro ROVs (Remotely-Operated Vehicles)

NASA Adds New Features to Swimming Video Camera; Now More Thrust, Control, and Easier Maintenance

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NASA to Demonstrate 8-Pound Swimming Robot in South Carolina Aquarium Tanks

See Steve Van Meter of NASA on September 29 and October 2, 2001

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VideoRay ROV Travels aboard the Research Vessel Odyssey Exploring World's Oceans

8-Pound Swimming Video Camera Captures Unique Underwater Perspectives; See Daily Logs and Video Footage of “The Voyage of the Odyssey” at PBS Online

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Mini Swimming Video Camera Captures Views Inside Sunken USS Arizona Battleship; Places Not Seen Since WWII

Sized Slightly Larger than a Shoebox, VideoRay ROV Sneaked through Portholes, Air Ducts, Manholes on National Geographic Expedition

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VideoRay and Oceanscan Partner to Rent Compact, Maneuverable ROVs

Recognizing Industry Need for Remotely Operated Vehicles for Short Hire Jobs, Companies Seal Deal at Oceanology International 2001

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About VideoRay:

With more than 3,500 Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) delivered around the world, VideoRay is clearly the global leader in Observation ROV technology. VideoRay is an extremely versatile, portable, affordable, and reliable solution for underwater operations including surveys, offshore inspections, search & recovery, homeland & port security, science & research, fish farming, and other unique applications in underwater environments. “Plug and play” technology allows you to quickly attach sensors and accessories in the field so you can successfully complete your mission. VideoRay is available on the General Services Administration.