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World-Leader in Mini Underwater Remotely-Operated Vehicles. What Lead to SeaBotix. Established in 2001 . Founded by Donald Rodocker; 35 years in underwater industries. US Navy Saturation Diver and Diesel Submariner . Owner of over 20 Marine-related companies. Why ROVs?.

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World-Leader in Mini Underwater

Remotely-Operated Vehicles

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What Lead to SeaBotix

  • Established in 2001.
  • Founded by Donald Rodocker; 35 years in underwater industries.
  • US Navy Saturation Diver and Diesel Submariner.
  • Owner of over 20 Marine-related companies
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Early Days of SeaBotix

1st Prototype 2nd prototype Gen1 Production Vehicle

Gen2 Production Vehicle – Sets the Standard

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SeaBotix Today

  • 2009 Awards To-Date:
  • Deloitte’s Fast 500 North America: 446th
  • iRobot Corp: 474th. Google: 229th
  • TechAmerica 2009 Best Defense/IT Product
  • World Trade Center Exporter of the Year (Finalist)
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SeaBotix Beyond 2009

Vectored Little Benthic Vehicle (VLBV): 300m to 1000m

Vectored Benthic Vehicle (VBV): Depths to 4000m

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