Whether research, documentation or inspection - no matter what purpose we dive into the underwater worlds for, we get the most important information from the depths in the form of images and videos. This is where image quality is crucial.
However, in almost all ROVs on the market, the value of the camera is only 1-2% of the ROV purchase price. That's why I started developing and building diving drones with high-quality cameras in 2019.
Our underwater drones are designed for smooth, controlled flight and are equipped with professional cameras to deliver brilliant images and videos of the underwater world.
The ROV can be flexibly adapted to new tasks.
They are ready for your mission.
The United Nations proclaimed the #DecadeofOceanSciences and ScienceMedia aim to be engaged.
Film documentaries about our nature place the highest demands on image quality. As an experienced diver and underwater filmmaker, I have a feel for good camera technology underwater. This knowledge and experience was incorporated into the development and construction of the diving robot. The calm, controlled “camera work” with professional cameras is designed to deliver excellent images and films from the underwater world.
The underwater drone SM-Explorer II is equipped with 3 cameras and can film and take photos in practically all directions. Cameras can be replaced as needed and lighting can be adjusted to suit different requirements.
The SM-Explorer II is ideal for inspection, monitoring and similar tasks in marine and freshwater environments alike. The ROV is equipped with 3 light-sensitive cameras to ensure no detail is missed. A gripper arm offers additional functionality. Further add-ons, such as sonar, can be integrated if required. The diving robot is ideal for economic use as well as underwater surveillance, inspections, location or recovery work and much more up to 300 m water depth.
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As an experienced marine researcher and underwater filmmaker, I have always been interested in marine and freshwater life. The purpose of the development of the SM-Explorer II underwater drone is to support research and documentation relating to climate change, environmental protection and the documentation of life forms and the largely underwater world. Given the rapid environmental changes currently taking place in the aquatic environment, we need to explore this largest habitat on Earth as quickly as possible and this requires every appropriate technology available.
We are always developing new technologies, currently for example to collect non-invasive DNA samples.
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