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United States Coast Guard Signs Five Year Agreement with VideoRay LLC

uscg United States Coast Guard Purchases Underwater Port Security Robots – Decision on COTS Remotely-Operated Vehicle follows three years of field testing and deployments throughout US

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VideoRay Delivers 500th Underwater Robot to City of Long Beach Fire Department

city of long beach Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funds units for three local agencies to protect nation’s key west coast port – VideoRay Pro III becomes the third VideoRay unit sold to area agencies in Southern California.

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U.S. Military’s Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command Orders VideoRay ROV

pow mia The world’s largest forensic anthropology laboratory chooses VideoRay – Underwater Robotic Camera used to assist in recovery and identification mission.

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VideoRay Assists Local Agencies In Identifying Stolen Car

stolen car Local Agencies Identify Stolen Car In Willamette River During Training Exercise – High Tech Robotic Camera Used to Keep Divers Safe While Capturing Stunning Video.

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South Florida Water Management District Triples VideoRay Fleet

sfwmd VideoRay LLC announces the purchase of two additional Remotely Operated Vehicles to the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) – Underwater Robots Proven Invaluable for Safe, Cost-Efficient Inspections of Culverts, Gates, and Pump Stations.

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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.