MTR100 '13 SeaView Systems, Inc.

Marine Technology Reporter
Wednesday, September 25, 2013

7275 Joy Road, Dexter, Mich. 48130
Tel: 734-426-8978
Email: marlaisenstein@seaviewsystems.com
Website: www.seaviewsystems.com
CEO/President: Matthew Cook
Number of Employees: 6
Annual Sales:    $750,000.00
 

Leaders in the provision of world-class custom underwater technology solutions to the inshore market place, SeaView Systems’ capabilities include expertise in electronic, software and mechanical design. Other capabilities include electro/mechanical assembly and integration, machining and fabrication. SeaView Systems was founded on experience in the world of maritime electronics and offshore ROVs. It is  a small, growing group with skill sets covering ROV operations and high end underwater surveys including the use of Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) for geo-referencing and 3D sonar & laser modeling.
Its portfolio of in-house developed high-tech custom devices range from fiber multiplexers, a modular smart hydraulic control stack (patented), dimmable networked LED lamps, HD cameras and other electronic/electro-mechanical devices and software. Its operations include inshore/offshore ROV operations, various forms of underwater sonar survey and the deployment of custom tooling.
Its solutions use off-the-shelf components and original systems to enable the company to provide its clients with unique inspection, survey and intervention services. In-house developed systems include: Inspection technologies: Long Distance ROV: 10k ft internal tunnel and pipeline inspections through restrictions down to 18” diameter; Custom articulated ROV with DVL aided INS dynamic positioning, HD video and multibeam sonar profiling; SeaView Serpent: Articulated ROV for inspection of small pipelines; SeaView PipeWalk 3D sonar visualization software; and much more.

(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

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