HydroView Max includes a vehicle with HD video camera, led lighting, topside box that produces its own wifi, 200 feet of cable, 32 GB of memory, high performance power package, propeller covers, orientation sensor, depth sensor, temperature sensor, auto controls and waterproof carry case.
HydroView Plus includes a vehicle with HD video camera, led lighting, topside box that produces its own wifi, 150 feet of cable, 32 GB of memory, orientation sensor, auto control (heading and pitch) and a waterproof carry case.
The HydroView Pro 5M is a mini ROV with 5 motors for ideal control in calmer waters. The unique motor configuration (2 Thrusters, 3 Hovering/Pitch) gives the operator complete control over movements forward/backward, up/down, as well as roll, pitch and yaw. The complete system includes vehicle with 5 motors, HD video camera, led lighting, 250 ft. of cable, 32 GB of memory, high performance power package, orientation sensor, depth sensor, temperature sensor, 2 pounds of payload capability, propeller guards, topside box that produces its own wifi and waterproof carrying case.
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Remotely operated under water vehicles (ROV) is basically an aquatic vehicle that is commonly linked to a ship that is used to perform various tasks underwater. ROV’s are highly maneuverable and unoccupied, allowing them to be programmed and controlled to do various tasks during rough weather conditions or under any condition where is unsafe for a person to perform these tasks. ROV’s are tethered to a ship where it is remotely controlled and monitored. This tethered system also makes it possible to install and run complex software into the machine, supplying constant power supply to ensure all of its functions are working properly.
The most common use of ROV’s is for scientific research. A number of new undersea plant and wildlife have been discovered using ROV’s in depths that is unsafe for humans to reach. ROV’s are also used as specimen gathering tools, often equipped with probes or cutters to obtain samples from the sea floor to bring to the surface. As such, this capability make ROV an ideal tool for deep sea archaeological expeditions. ROV’s can also be used in rescue missions for both the military and the coast guard.
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