VideoRay is a global leader in Underwater ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) technology. Established in 1999, VideoRay has worked with technology and mission partners throughout the world to develop and prove the small ROV tool for a wide range of applications. With units delivered to a wide range of organizations for a wide range of missions, hundreds of VideoRays work every day throughout the world underwater keeping us free from terrorism, finding and retrieving objects, inspecting infrastructure both inland and offshore, and keeping divers safe from hazardous conditions. We pride ourselves on state-of-the-art customer support and easily operated and maintained underwater robotic systems.
Since the first systems were delivered, users have tried VideoRays in increasingly challenging situations and environments. Today, VideoRays can be found on every continent, and owners have learned to trust them to perform in a growing number of industries. VideoRay has established itself as the worldwide leader in observation class ROVs. Underwater accessory manufacturers now develop their sensors around the size and payload capacity of VideoRays. When you purchase a VideoRay Professional ROV system, you have the choice of the best sonars, positioning systems, metal thickness gauges, cathodic protection, water quality and radiation measuring devices, and many other underwater tools and sensors.
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