The Seabotix vectored Little Benthic Vehicle (vLBV) is the ultimate MiniROV with over 1600 units sold over 20 years to every corner of the world. The vLBV300 system offers features for use in a full range of applications, industries, and environments. SeaBotix ROVs are industry accepted and field-proven in real-world conditions around the globe.
Reasons for Success
SeaBotix has more than a decade of experience supporting commercial and military applications, with excellent results. The platform is easy to understand and use as evidenced by over 1600 ROV's deployed throughout the world using our technology from Teledyne or 3rd party sensor and software and leverages an open architecture.
The SeaBotix vLBV has the advantage of being small and lightweight, yet powerful enough to navigate currents while carrying a multitude of sensors and payloads. It is highly configurable both in the factory and in the field. Each of the components (i.e., thrusters, cameras, lights, electronics bottle, and flotation) are designed for easy installation or removal. This design concept allows for efficient upgrades, updates, and maintenance while minimizing downtime. The modular construction of the SeaBotix vLBV also allows for a longer serviceable life of the system than seen in nonmodular systems.
The adaptability of the SeaBotix ROVs coupled with the capability to operate in harsh low-visibility environments makes them ideally suited for tasks such as ship hull inspection, dam and tunnel inspection, search and recovery operations, explosive ordnance disposal and mine countermeasure applications. The SeaBotix vLBV has numerous benefits including:
At Teledyne Marine, we are committed to strengthening the value proposition to our customer by consistently delivering:
SeaBotix vLBV300 Remote Operated Vehicles from SeaBotix, Inc.
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