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US Company SeaBotix Showcased its range of Underwater MiniROVs at IMDS 2013
 
SeaBotix® is a world leading manufacturer of underwater MiniROVs (Little Benthic Vehicles) that perform a multitude of tasks including maritime security, IED/MCM missions, hull and infrastructure inspections and hazardous maritime environment interventions. SeaBotix® continues to deliver revolutionary advancements that are responsive to the demands of military applications.
SeaBotix® is a world leading manufacturer of underwater MiniROVs (Little Benthic Vehicles) that perform a multitude of tasks including maritime security, IED/MCM missions, hull and infrastructure inspections and hazardous maritime environment interventions. SeaBotix® continues to deliver revolutionary advancements that are responsive to the demands of military applications.
 
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IMDS 2013 Daily News - SeaBotix at IMDS 2013
 
 
 
US Company SeaBotix Showcased its range of Underwater MiniROVs at IMDS 2013
 
SeaBotix® is a world leading manufacturer of underwater MiniROVs (Little Benthic Vehicles) that perform a multitude of tasks including maritime security, IED/MCM missions, hull and infrastructure inspections and hazardous maritime environment interventions. SeaBotix® continues to deliver revolutionary advancements that are responsive to the demands of military applications.
     
The LBV®300-5 Series of MiniROVs has become a top choice for maritime security by Militaries, Police and Port Security professionals. Dual-vertical thrusters provide increased power that allows for larger sensor packages. Add the revolutionary Crawler Skid and the LBV®300-5 can crawl on ship hulls and relatively flat infrastructure in currents exceeding five knots.
SeaBotix LBV (top) and its Crawler (bottom)
Picture: SeaBotix
     
The LBV®300-5 Series of MiniROVs has become a top choice for maritime security by Militaries, Police and Port Security professionals. Dual-vertical thrusters provide increased power that allows for larger sensor packages. Add the revolutionary Crawler Skid and the LBV®300-5 can crawl on ship hulls and relatively flat infrastructure in currents exceeding five knots.
The LBV MiniROV fitted on the Crawler during IMDS 2013
     
The LBV® Series is a highly versatile system that offers an incredibly stable platform and a wide range of application possibilities.

The LBV®300-5 Series of MiniROVs has become a top choice for maritime security by Militaries, Police and Port Security professionals. Dual-vertical thrusters provide increased power that allows for larger sensor packages. Add the revolutionary Crawler Skid and the LBV®300-5 can crawl on ship hulls and relatively flat infrastructure in currents exceeding five knots.
     
The vLBV® is a revolutionary 1-2 person portable MiniROV system and the world’s first truly vectored MiniROV offering compact size with big ROV performance.
SeaBotix vLBV MiniROV
Picture: SeaBotix
     
The vLBV® is a revolutionary 1-2 person portable MiniROV system and the world’s first truly vectored MiniROV offering compact size with big ROV performance.

Adjustable variable vectored thrusters offer horizontal thrust in all directions, providing unprecedented control, stability and capability for demanding conditions. Increased thruster capacity allows for enhanced pulling-power for long-line penetrations and substantial currents. With high resolution cameras and high quality optional sensors combined with SeaBotix’® leading-edge low-drag tether, the vLBV® offers work class open water performance in a mini package. The vLBV® is ideal for open, deep water applications, yet is compact enough for inshore, port and harbor missions. vLBV®s can be found performing IED, MCM, and contraband detection, tooling placement and retrieval, offshore surveys, evidence recovery, ship hull and infrastructure inspection, and port security.
     
SeaBotix Stand IMDS 2031
SeaBotix's Exhibit during IMDS 2013