Underwater technology company Sublue debuted its intelligent recreation and exploration products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from 8th to 11th January 2019.

SublueTM products at CES:

WhiteShark Nano, a super smart autonomous underwater robot, is an ideal solution for underwater photography and videography. It uses AI to follow a preset target, whether that is a human diver or marine life, to capture beautiful shots even from a distance. Its 120° wide-angle 4K camera with two LED lights and seven mini propellers with dedicated dynamic control algorithm provide high-quality images and video footage.

Seabow, is the latest generation underwater scooter that pulls users effortlessly through the water. Winner of a CES 2019 Innovation Award, and with an iconic crossbow design it is a must-have for anyone who loves recreational diving. Powerful dual motors with three speeds can run up to 6ft per second (1.8 m/s). It has two mounting options for cameras, lights or weights.

WhiteShark Mix, the world’s smallest double propeller underwater scooter and winner of the 2018 CES Asia Innovation Award has an innovative detachable floatation-enhancing accessory for buoyancy control. Perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving. The dual motors plus dual propellers mean high speeds of up to 5 ft/s (1.5m/s). A built-in action camera mount makes it super easy to capture shake-free footage in the water.

Swii, this intelligent electronic kickboard enables both adults and kids to have fun in the water regardless of their swimming ability. The dual motors have a safety cutoff feature, to balance excitement with safety, while the ergonomic foam design provides comfort and protection. Users can change speeds and customize their Swii with the built-in LED lights.

Aside from the tech on display, Hannah Fraser, an underwater performance artist and conservationist, discussed the challenge of plastic pollution in our oceans and how Sublue can help. For more information, click here.

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