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About Marla Isenstein

Marla Isenstein received her B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Michigan. Her responsibilities at SeaView include testing and quality control of SeaView products as well as technical writing.

Upcoming Conference Presentations

SeaView Systems will be presenting the following paper for spring 2019: Exploiting On-board Data Storage for Improved Wave Sensing Models for Non-ideal Buoy Hulls – Presentation by Tim Crandle at 2019 IEEE/OES 12th Currents, Waves, Turbulence Measurement and Applications Workshop (CWTMA), 10-13 March, San [...]

By |2019-01-04T10:49:32+00:00January 4th, 2019|Products, Tooling Development|0 Comments

SVS-603 Wave Sensor Used in ‘smartest, smallest’ Buoys in Lake Michigan

SeaView Systems's SVS-603 wave sensor is enabling two new smart buoys to measure wave heights and other wave parameters in Lake Michigan. This new class of ultra-small 'smart buoy' is possible due to the small footprint and power consumption of the SVS-603. Scientists as well [...]

By |2019-01-25T16:05:19+00:00August 5th, 2018|SeaView Systems|0 Comments

SeaView Wins $25,000 from MDNR’s Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge

SeaView Systems’ innovative thinking has earned a $25,000 prize awarded for their submission to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge. In the USA, millions of dollars and countless hours have been spent over that last 20 years trying to [...]

By |2018-03-15T11:20:53+00:00March 19th, 2018|ROV's, Tooling Development|0 Comments

LimnoTech Enhances Great Lakes Buoy System with SeaView Systems’ SVS-603 Wave Sensor

SeaView Systems and LimnoTech have teamed up to enhance wave monitoring in a network of Great Lake buoys supporting real-time marine data collection. LimnoTech owns, services, and deploys a network of seven nearshore buoys in Lake Michigan and Lake Erie in cooperation with the Great [...]

By |2018-05-10T14:59:16+00:00March 12th, 2018|Press Release, Products|0 Comments

SeaView Systems SVS-603 Wave Sensor Deployments Span the Globe

SeaView's SVS-603 Wave Height Sensor is enabling wave measurements on a wide range of buoy hulls worldwide. The results produced by this powerful new product, which offers a comprehensive set of wave summary statistics as well as raw data for scientific studies, compares favorably with data produced by [...]

By |2017-04-28T12:53:02+00:00April 28th, 2017|Products|0 Comments

Successful Field Trial of SeaView SurfROVer at Duck Field Research Facility

In November 2016, field trials were conducted with SurfROVer at the Army Corps of Engineers’ Field Research Facility (FRF) near Duck, North Carolina.  These trials were performed in freshwater and saltwater environments and in an estuary on Albemarle Sound (inland side of the Outer [...]

By |2017-04-03T09:50:27+00:00March 30th, 2017|ROV's, Tooling Development|0 Comments

SeaView Systems Announces High Accuracy, Low Power Wave Sensor

SeaView Systems, Inc. a leading provider of oceanographic and underwater technologies and services including electronics, remotely operated vehicles and custom tooling systems, announces the availability of the SVS-603 wave sensor. The SVS-603 enables a new range of wave sensing applications through its compact footprint, [...]

By |2017-04-03T10:03:48+00:00January 11th, 2017|Products|0 Comments

SeaView Systems Executes 10km Tunnel Inspection Using Novel Battery Powered ‘Titan’

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 43-year-old tunnel draws water from the Great Lakes to [...]

By |2017-04-03T10:01:52+00:00September 8th, 2016|ROV's, Tooling Development|0 Comments

SeaView Systems joins NOAA on shipwreck exploration mission

DEXTER, MI – October 14, 2008 Michigan-based ROV operator SeaView Systems and Rhode Island-based SeaVision Marine Services today completed a six-week mission assisting a team from NOAA, which included two weeks spent investigating shipwreck sites in the Gulf of Mexico. The NOAA archaeologists and biologists, [...]

By |2017-03-21T21:09:32+00:00October 7th, 2008|Press Release, SeaView Systems|0 Comments