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M R 100100 212 East High Street, Pottstown, PA 19460212 East High Street, Pottstown, PA 19460

T: +1 610 458 3000T: +1 610 458 3000 E: E:

W: http://www.videoray.comW:

CEO/President: Scott BentleyCEO/President: Scott Bentley


COO: John Vestri

CTO: Marcus Kolb

VP, Sales & Mktg.: Chris Gibson

VP, Product Mgmt & Documentation: Tom Glebas

No. Of Employees: 45No. Of Employees: 45

Square Footage: 40,000

Testing Capabilities Testing Capabilities

Testing capabilities have always been an integral part of VideoRay’s facilities. Its headquarters in

Pottstown, Pennsylvania includes a 5,000 gallon test tank and a pressure chamber. Every VideoRay

ROV system and accessory undergoes a thorough inspection and in-water testing by one of our

Quality Control managers before it is shipped.

VideoRay’s Research & Development facility also contains several additional testing capabilities, including an outdoor pond.

versatile, and cost effective technology that can make

The Case them successful.

VideoRay ROVs incorporate the latest underwater technology, and VideoRay continues to be the choice for the most challenging underwater operations, including

The Tech the Costa Concordia salvage project and an 18-month

The VideoRay Pro 4 incorporates the latest ROV design deployment in the North Sea.

and technology, making it an advanced, capable, and versatile small ROV. Driven by a sleek, intuitive, and powerful software platform called VideoRay Cockpit, the

The Company

Pro 4’s technology and advanced internal features make it

VideoRay is a leader in observation class Remotely Oper- a sector leader. ated Vehicles (ROVs) and the largest volume producer of

The Pro 4’s size, power, and minimal mass allow it to

ROVs in the world. With more than 3,500 units delivered conduct missions that no other vehicle could perform in to a wide range of organizations for a wide range of mis- conditions that no other vehicle would attempt. Thanks to sions, hundreds of VideoRays work every day through- its compact size, comparatively low weight and ultra-low out the world underwater for port security, ? nding and power requirements, the Pro 4 offers unparalleled remote retrieving objects, inspecting infrastructure both inland deployment capability. Equipment set-up takes minutes, and offshore, and keeping divers safe from hazardous but missions can last as long as the operator is willing. conditions.

The VideoRay Pro 4 allows the customer to select acces-

Since the ? rst systems were delivered in 1999, users sories that work best for each speci? c operation. With the have tried VideoRays in increasingly challenging situa-

Pro 4 hardware in position, operators can easily incor- tions and environments. Today, VideoRays can be found porate a variety of tools, software, and sensors devel- on every continent, and owners in a growing number of oped speci? cally around the Pro 4’s size and capability. industries have learned to trust them for a variety of un-

Options include vehicle autonomous control, manipu- derwater inspection, location, and recovery applications lator arm for retrieving objects and cutting lines, and where reliability is a necessity. There are many reasons sonar imagery and positioning systems for navigation, for VideoRay’s consistent success in a market that we target marking, and target acquisition and reacquisition. essentially created – we pride ourselves on providing

VideoRay’s ROV systems and accessories are all “plug highly portable, rugged and reliable ROVs capable of ac- and play,” meaning capabilities can be added or removed complishing assigned tasks in a wide variety of operating with either a simple software update or a quick hardware conditions and mission objectives. Our systems are de- add-on in the ? eld. signed for professionals demanding easy to use, portable,

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