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Innovative products for oceanographic and ROV applications
SeaView Systems manufactures a large range of marine technology products.  From the industry-leading SVS-603 wave sensor to fiber optic multiplexers, media converters, power controllers and many more hard to find components. We also offer Blue Robotics BlueROV2 completely assembled and tested with optional upgrades such as SeaView’s CinemaCam, fiber optic and more!

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Services and Design

Specialty equipment development, underwater technology and ROV services
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.  Whatever your requirements, SeaView has a well-developed service method to meet your need.

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SeaView Systems Announces Wave Sensor Partner Program

By |October 15th, 2019|Categories: Press Release, Products, SeaView Systems|

SeaView Systems is pleased to announce its Wave Sensor Partner Program.  These partner companies have worked with SeaView to provide various value-added products to integrate with the SVS-603 wave sensor as well as develop [...]

SeaView Partners with Atlantic Lionshare Ltd. in Combatting Invasive Species

By |August 1st, 2019|Categories: Press Release, ROV's, SeaView Systems|

Since the discovery of lionfish in Florida in 1985, their calamitous impact on marine ecosystems has been observed from Rhode Island to Brazil. Lionfish are particularly threatening because of their broad diet of important [...]

SVS-603 Wave Sensors Paired with NexSens Buoys for NOAA CBIBS Upgrade

By |May 23rd, 2019|Categories: Press Release, Products, SeaView Systems|

SeaView Systems has delivered their SVS-603 wave sensor for use with data buoys manufactured by NexSens Technology, Inc. and supplied by Fondriest Environmental, Inc. for NOAA’s Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System (CBIBS). CBIBS, which [...]

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