Deep Ocean Engineering announces that the Phantom I-1650 and H-1750 Unmanned Surface Vehicles have been updated with redesigned hulls and spacious electronics compartments utilizing the advanced Phantom technology. With the new Torqeedo Pylon thrusters on both USVs, the I-1650 can reach up to 1.8 meters per second.

Underwater mapping has been made simple with precise bathymetric and sonar surveys during planned missions. An open compartment allows for the integration of a variety of sensors suited to your application.

Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. provides integrated robotic solutions and products for various underwater applications in diverse and harsh operating environments. We design, build and test all our remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) at our plant in Silicon Valley, California, USA. For over thirty years, we have provided more than 600 ROV systems in over thirty countries worldwide supporting operations in scientific research, education, offshore oil and gas, fisheries, broadcast filming, nuclear inspection, military, security, law enforcement and many more.

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