Underwater surveillance technology
Marine camera, integrated software offer improved underwater surveillance, security
Published 3 June 2010
Underwater surveillance is one of the more difficult tasks for security personnel; darkness, humidity, murkiness, low temperature all make it difficult for camera equipment to capture clear images of elements in water; a new marine camera with integrated software offers a solution.
Tags: California · Homeland Security · LYYN Inside · MantaCam · Roper resources · underwater surveillance · USA
”Explore Lake Champlain’s amazing shipwrecks without getting wet!
Join Lake Champlain Shipwrecks for a unique adventure. First we cruise to the wreck site, then, while sitting above the wreck, we’ll tell you the story behind it. Next, we deploy our ROV (remotely operated vehicle) and you will be able to see the wreck on screens onboard [...]
Tags: Burlington · lake champlain · lake champlain maritime museum · LYYN T38 · Rachael Miller · ROV · shipwreck · shipwreck tours · USA · VideoRay · wrecks
The steel car ferry Milwaukee sank in a Lake Michigan gale with all hands on October 22, 1929. At the time of it’s sinking it was a 338 foot long ferry carrying train cars and other goods across Lake Michigan. That trip is approximately 85 miles and is still done today. The sinking of the [...]
Tags: discovery world museum · Dr. Mark Gleason · Lake Michigan · marine scientist · Milwaukee · ROV · shipwreck · USA · VideoRay
January 19th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Retired United States Coast Guard Chief (22 years) and long time VideoRay user Craig Thorngren, who now owns and operates Submerged Recovery & Inspection Services, is a true power user of ROV’s and LYYN visibility enhancement. Craig has piloted ROV’s in some of the most challenging underwater environments with great success for [...]
Tags: BlueView · Craig Thorngren · hull inspections · ROV · rov pilot · United States Coast Guard · USA · VideoRay
The search was conducted using a camera mounted on a pole deployed from a 20’ vessel. Arc search patterns were executed using the boat motor to move the vessel left and right, while the bow of the vessel was fixed to a post on shore.
The LYYN T38 was connected between the pole camera and a [...]
Tags: Broward County · Florida · harbor · Law enforcement · LYYN T38 · police · Security & Surveillance · Sheriff · SubSea · underwater video cameras · USA