Welcome to SeaView Systems
Founded in 1998, SeaView Systems, Inc. is a provider of oceanographic and underwater technologies and services. We design and build custom ROV’s targeting specialized underwater applications. We provide services such as ROV tunnel or structural inspections, using precisely located HD video or 3D sonar mapping or other techniques. We design and sell a range of specialty electronics for various oceanographic, ROV, and survey applications tailored to the underwater technology industry.
Specialty equipment development, underwater technology and ROV services
Based in Dexter, Michigan, SeaView is a market leader in the development of custom underwater tooling systems for the inshore market. Complementing our systems development capacity is our general ROV and tunnel and pipeline inspection capacity. Whether it’s working miles deep offshore or performing pipeline or tunnel inspections at almost any penetration distance required, SeaView has a well developed service method to meet your need.
Unique solutions to challenging problems
Since we first started performing underwater intervention operations we have learned loud and clear that there is an infinite number of applications for our technology. What we’ve found that sets us apart from our competition is not to focus on ROV services or one piece of equipment but rather to keep ourselves informed as to the state-of-the-art of underwater intervention technology and then have the capacity to exploit those technologies to develop unique solutions to specific problems.
Innovative products for the ROV industry
SeaView Systems manufactures a large range of marine technology products. Fiber optic multiplexers, media converters, lights, wave motion sensors and many more hard to find components for the ROV and marine research industry. We also provide custom ROV’s, tooling and other sub-assemblies.
SeaView Systems, Inc., a leading provider of custom ROVs, underwater survey services and marine technologies, recently performed a comprehensive inspection of a 32,000ft (10km) long water intake tunnel operated by a regional water authority. [...]
The July 2015 issue of Sea Technology magazine feature article by SeaView's president Matthew Cook and Tetra Tech's principal marine geophysicist, Richard Funk. Read it here.
SeaView is thrilled to have our Case Study of how we recently provided a SVS-509 OmniData Multiplexer stack to Tetra Tech's Survey and Mapping Group based in Seattle, WA. You can download the full article here [...]