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VideoRay Inspection Saves the Day at Manwan Hydropower Station

manwan Inspects Trash Racks Faster and More Safely than Divers, and Provides Video Record of Results – VideoRay’s representative in China is Beijing Ocean Seeker, and they have developed a reputation for excellence in underwater inspections in challenging conditions, particularly with hydroelectric power stations. They received a call from a diving company working on the Manwan station a few days before the Chinese New Year.

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Retired Navy Engineer Takes Visitors on Under Sea Tour

retired navy eng Atlantic Undersea Tour and Inspection Charters Captures a Glimpse of Casco Bay – James D. Jones, a retired U.S. Navy nuclear submarine propulsion specialist, has continued to indulge his underwater passions with the help of a VideoRay. Jones and his family run North Atlantic Undersea Tour and Inspection Charters, or NAUTIC Video, out of Orrs Island, Maine.

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VideoRay Retrieves the Body of a 66-year-old Drowning Victim, Keeping Divers Warm and Dry in Perilous Conditions

The St. Louis County Rescue Squad Revolutionizes Police and Recovery Operations with Underwater Technology – In what may be the first ever body retrieval with a VideoRay Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), members of the St. Louis County Rescue Squad located and recovered the body of a 66-year-old man from 28 feet of water in the North Arm of Burntside Lake, north of Ely, Minnesota.

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VideoRay Announces Results of 6th Annual MicroROV Conference

vips06 On two continents this year – New Attendance, Presentation, Training Records Set – VideoRay LLC, the organizers of the only annual Inspection-Class Micro-ROV conference (VIPS) to concentrate on underwater robots, or Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) announced details of two VIPS conferences that have just been completed in Lisbon, Portugal and Key Largo, Florida, United States.

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Researcher Probes Underwater World

probes New technology can make scientific investigation easier, faster, and less invasive – Michigan Technological University Doctoral Candidate spends three years studying how microROV can be used – and how humans can adapt to it

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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.