Founded in 1999, VideoRay is the most popular inspection-class underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) company for the world’s Navies, Coast Guards, and First Responders. VideoRay delivered its first ROV in 2000 and has since become the world leader of inspection-class ROVs. VideoRay underwater robots help prevent terrorism, find and retrieve objects, inspect infrastructure both inland and offshore, and keep divers safe from hazardous conditions. As VideoRay innovates with new designs and capabilities, our ROVs assist in increasingly challenging situations and environments. Owners have learned to trust them to perform in their most demanding missions. The hallmarks of VideoRay systems are ruggedness, reliability, portability, ease of use, and integration with a wide range of sensors and tools available for inspection-class vehicles. VideoRay specializes in just one niche – portable, reliable underwater systems. VideoRay’s first-class customer service has propelled it to dominance in inspection-class ROVs. Users from the U.S. Navy to aquaculture farmers in remote areas of the world know that they can depend on VideoRay’s durability and reliability – and when something goes wrong, an expert voice on the phone with advice and a solution. While there are less expensive, less powerful systems increasingly available, this continues to set VideoRay apart from our competitors. Mission Specialist technology is based on modular components providing unrivaled flexibility. The largest and most powerful Mission Specialist configuration, the Defender, is optimized for precise control, heavier payloads, lifting, and specialized operations. The most portable, the Pro 5, has similar advantages but is smaller. VideoRay’s global headquarters are located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, with a research & development facility in nearby Phoenixville. VideoRay also supports international customers and projects through a vast network of global partners and dealers.