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  • 2015-11-11 / Autor: chaag / Quelle:

    ROVs Delivered for Estonian Navy

    Mariscope has supplied two complete FO II type Mariscope ROVs to the Estonian Navy for use in EOD operations. Mariscope won an open tender through its agent EST DIVING PARTNER and recently delivered the vehicles and trained the pilots. The units have been equipped with USBL systems, scanning sonar and stainless steel manipulators.

    This observation class ROV is a widely used system due to its robustness and longevity. Built completely in stainless steel and hard anodised aluminium, these ROVs are delivered with a lifetime warranty.

    All the system components are modular and interchangeable. Wireless controls and video transmission to video glasses are part of the optional equipment offered by Mariscope.


    http://www.hydro-international.com/content/article/rovs-delivered-for-estonian-navy?utm_source=Hydro+International+Newsletter&utm_campaign=f45249ffe3-20151112_HYD_37811_12_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3dd1ce56b6-f45249ffe3-14618949

  • 2012-03-01 / Autor: Mariscope / Quelle:

    Mariscope Meerestechnik Introduces New Underwater Camera

    Following the requirements of the European armed forces, Mariscope Meerestechnik, located in Kiel (Germany) introduced what is reportedly the first system worldwide that allows the variation of underwater camera illumination. For certain kinds of appliances, especially for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal, it is necessary to illuminate objects with an illumination that does not only emit white light. In the past, underwater illumination standards were used and filters had to be added to the cameras to achieve this objective. Mariscope Meerestechnik however developed a new system of underwater illumination that adds to the line of their professional underwater cameras.

    The system allows controlling the variation of colors of the underwater light from the surface. Starting with the colors red, green, blue and white, it is possible to mix any color in the visible range to obtain extraordinary results, especially for underwater film making.

    The system is based on advanced technology of high output LEDs, developed recently by the company itself in Germany.

    For further information please contact info@mariscope.de

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