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Videoray - News - June 10, 2004

Exton, PA, June 10, 2004 – VideoRay today announced the dates of VIPS 2004 – the VideoRay International Partner Symposium -- that brings together users of its VideoRay submersible ROV (remotely operated vehicle), manufacturers of accessories and dealers. Read More


Videoray - News - June 2, 2004

Exton, PA, June 2, 2004 – On May 22, 23, 2004, VideoRay LLC supported the Bear Search and Rescue Foundation's Marine Training event in New York City, showing local agencies how the VideoRay underwater robot can be used to in search and rescue missions. Read More


Videoray - News - May 14, 2004

VideoRay Underwater Robot to be Featured in Marine Safety Training in New York Harbor, May 22-23
Exton, PA, May 14, 2004 – Captain Scott Shields, whose world-famous dog Bear located the most victims at Ground Zero after the September 11 attacks on the Twin Towers, is hosting the second annual Marine Safety Training in New York Harbor on May 22-23, 2004. Read More


Seaeye - Press Release - May 12, 2004

Seaeye Falcon Gets Tooled Up
One of the great advantages of open frame ROVs is the ease with which they can be adapted to carry tools to perform useful work at depth. And if you plan to fit large tools it pays to have lots of reserve power to move the extra mass and maintain a stable platform in strong currents. Read More


Perry Slingsby - Press Release - May 6, 2004

In an ongoing effort to strategically position their business units, Perry Slingsby Systems - an entity of the Technip Group specialized in remote operated vehicles (ROV) - has opened two new offices in key offshore industry locations to better serve both their existing customers and their new clients. Read More


JW Fishers - Press Release - April 18, 2004

ROV helps solve Lake Seneca mystery-
Recently Joe was hired by a Massachusetts firm to help with the recovery of some acoustic equipment from Lake Seneca, the site of the US Navy’s sonar test platform. The Seneca Lake Sonar Test Facility is a field station of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and is world renown as a sonar test site. Read More


Nova Ray - News - April 17, 2004

EAST ALTON -- An anonymous donation helped make a big splash in assisting Twin Rivers Search and Rescue. Read More


Videoray - News - April 5, 2004

Exton, PA, April 5, 2004 -- VideoRay announced today that Buccaneer Ltd, of Aberdeen, located the body of a diver in Scotland using a VideoRay Pro III underwater robot equipped with sonar. Recovered April 2 by authorities, the body was confirmed by family to be that of 50-year-old Neil Robertson, who had been missing since March 13 during a 23-meter wreck dive on the SS Shuna in the Sound of Mull on the west coast of Scotland. Read More


Benthos - News - March 28, 2004

NORTH FALMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, March 26, 2004 . . . BENTHOS, INC. (NASDAQ: BTHS) announced today that, after the completion of successful sea acceptance testing, the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) accepted all five of the Stingray ROV systems ordered in August of 2003. The systems were subjected to extensive review and sea acceptance tests by CCRA. Read More


Nova Ray - News - March 16, 2004

Kirkland, WA -- Nova Marine Exploration, Inc., as a result of its extensive experience in commercial underwater exploration and recovery saw the need to improve the economic and, more importantly, the operating characteristics of existing submersible ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) technologies. Read More


Videoray - News - March 13, 2004

BALTIMORE -- Crews have recovered a significant portion of the taxi boat that capsized in the Inner Harbor last weekend. Read More


Videoray - News - March, 1 2004

Exton, PA, March 1, 2004 – The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office and Sheriff's Volunteer Rescue Squad had just received its new 9-pound VideoRay ROV (remotely operated vehicle) weeks before they were called to Ashland, Wisconsin. The Ashland County Sheriff requested that St. Louis County attempt to locate the body of 44 year-old Tracy Schroeder, whose snowmobile plunged into Chequamegon Bay on January 16. Divers had previously made 19 difficult dives in shifting ice in an effort to locate the victim. A diver spent less than one minute in the 37-degree water recovering the body, just five hours after the search with the VideoRay began. Read More


JW Fishers - News - Feb, 23 2004

Adventure, Depth and Technology (ADT), a remote imaging and underwater survey company based in Santa Cruz, CA, recently joined forces with Advanced Diving Systems(ADS) from Mesquite, Nevada to investigate and document a 10,000 gallon per minute water leak from a high altitude reservoir in Utah. If not located and sealed, the leak would cause the shut down of a power plant, at an estimated cost of $80 million a month. Read More


Benthos - News - Feb, 10 2004

NORTH FALMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, February 10, 2004 . . . BENTHOS, INC. (NASDAQ: BTHS) announced today that it has been awarded a significant contract to produce spherical glass instrument housings for an international research project being conducted in the ice below the South Pole. Read More


Seabotix - Press Release - Feb 2004

Maritime security is a very real threat that is being addressed by agencies around the world. One area to address is shallow water inspections of vessels, ports, harbours and high profile buildings located on or near water.

SeaBotix Inc. has been working with a variety of worldwide agencies to develop a portable, rapid deployment low at risk asset inspection system. There are a variety of methods available for monitoring structures underwater. The goal is to aid agencies in development in a cost effective, simple and portable means of shallow water inspection. Read More

Videoray - Press Release - January 25, 2004

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office and Sheriff's Volunteer Rescue Squad may be new to the world of ROVs (remotely operated vehicles) but not new to the world of human body and evidence recovery in underwater settings. VideoRay announced today that the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office has purchased a VideoRay to help in search and recovery efforts of drowning victims, documenting underwater crime scenes, and as part of a Homeland Security program for the State of Minnesota. The Office purchased the VideoRay through a Homeland Security grant with the State of Minnesota. Read More

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