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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

World-Leader in Mini Underwater

Remotely-Operated Vehicles


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


World leader in mini underwater remotely operated vehicles

Why ROVs?


World leader in mini underwater remotely operated vehicles

Early Days of SeaBotix

1st Prototype 2nd prototype Gen1 Production Vehicle

Gen2 Production Vehicle – Sets the Standard


World leader in mini underwater remotely operated vehicles

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)


World leader in mini underwater remotely operated vehicles

SeaBotix Beyond 2009

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

Vectored Benthic Vehicle (VBV): Depths to 4000m


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