DOER designs and builds remotely operated vehicles ranging from seven to one hundred horsepower in a variety of configurations. From systems with rigid design constraints of polar bore hole deployment to complex deep water film applications, a common architecture allows DOER to tailor systems to client needs.
On Saturday I appeared on CNN to discuss the numerous challenges in locating and recovering Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. A stark reminder of exactly why we need more focus on underwater exploration! VIDEO: http://ow.ly/vJgOP
ALAMEDA, Calif. (KGO) — A new phase has begun in the search for the missing Malaysia jetliner. Two ships with high-tech equipment launched in the underwater hunt for the plane, or its black boxes. There are only a few days left before pings from the plane’s two data recorders could stop transmitting. The plane vanished over […]
Antarctic-bound unmanned submarine Lake Tahoe test run could aid earthquake research Scientists and engineers plan to test NIU’s robotic submarine at Lake Tahoe, the nation’s second deepest lake, in mid-July, 2013. The unmanned yellow submarine—also known as a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) or sub-ice rover (SIR)—is equipped with a high definition camera. It also has […]