ROV Remote Control

We are learning of more and more examples of remote control of ROVs from shore. Recently, NOAA shared their experience of remote control of Deep Discoverer off the coast of Florida in early March: “The ability to pilot the ROV from a shoreside location is the result of a team of very talented engineers who …

Undersea in Tasmania

UnderseaROV spent an amazing few days doing ROV support work off the Tasmanian East Coast and Flinders Island.  We enjoyed working off this wild and rugged coastline with it’s suitably challenging wild weather and seas. We hope to return soon. Exciting experiences like these are what drew our staff to ROV service work.

MBARI discovers new jellyfish

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) captured absolutely stunning ROV footage of a new species of jelly, inside the midnight zone of Monterey Bay: Atolla jellyfish or Coronate medusa, is a species of deep-sea crown jellyfish with a characteristic deep red in color and a hypertrophied trailing tentacle that is significantly longer than the others and thought to help capture prey. Over …


Need to send live underwater images to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) anywhere in the world? Want to share your underwater adventure live with students in their classrooms?

We can set-up live-streaming from a BlueROV2 or Fifish V6 into your preferred webinar or meeting platform (Webex, Zoom or Google Hangouts).

Example here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=587252695339147

Contact us for more information or for a quote

ROVorb Controller

Manoeuvre an ROV with just one hand!

Our world-first, remote controller plugs into your topside computer via USB and allows full movement control of your underwater ROV in one-hand. Gently push, twist and/or roll the orb in the direction that you want your vehicle to move: ascend/descend, yaw, pitch, roll, strafe, or forward/reverse.

Buttons can be mapped in QGC to your personal preference to control other functions, like LED brightness, control mode, arm/disarm, etc.

Operates smoothly in four degrees-of-freedom (4DoF) for the BlueROV2 and is capable of six degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) for the BlueROV2 Heavy configuration with custom QGC software.