Our selection of underwater ROVs allows our Clients to expand their sea defence capabilities, allowing them to locate, inspect and neutralize sea mines and also to perform harbour patrolling.
GAYMARINE designs and develops robotic solutions for SEA DEFENCE RESEARCH SECURITY
GAYMARINE is world leader and pioneer in the development of internally powered underwater remotely operated vehicles, specifically designed to successfully perform complex underwater activities in every operating condition, even in case of strong sea currents and zero visibility.
Our innovation process is restless, leading us to cutting-edge technologies.
Our ROVs are in service world-wide, currently adopted by more than 12 different Navies around the globe.
Key aspects of our success are the high performance and reliability of our systems, constantly sustained with a dedicated post-sale technical and logistic support for the whole system life span.
All our equipment is designed according to the most demanding military requirements, fact that allowed GAYMARINE to be one of the main mine-hunting equipment supplier for the past four decades.
As a key supplier and strategic partner, GAYMARINE cooperates with various Navies around the world, using its cutting-edge technologies, extended know-how and professionalism to provide the best technical solution to even the most demanding mine-hunting task.
Today, our systems are adopted for a wide variety of tasks: underwater location and inspection, port surveillance, search and rescue, high-depth underwater research.
SEARCH AND RESCUE
Our system may also be adopted by the Authorities to explore lakes and other underwater environments in the effort of locating corpses or evidence to open investigation cases, even in low or zero visibility conditions, and to interact with them by means of manipulator arms, equipped on the ROVs.
OCEANIC SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Some of our vehicles are specifically designed to perform deep underwater scientific research. Various Universities and other scientific research institutes adopt our ROVs to acquire the capability to inspect sea environments and collect data and samples up to a depth of 4000 m.