ROV 360- Remotely operated  vehicle

Underwater photograph is a rich and fascinating field which involves researchers, scientists and amateurs who are curious to discover a wonderful world. ROV is an underwater robot navigating above ground and is controlled by a computer. From the user's scenario I found out that in order for the camera to take pictures of its surrounding, the camera in whole should move downwards, to the top and to the sides.

The main part of this project dealt with a solution to this problem, by having the camera connected to the Kardan axis so that only the axis would move 360 degrees, while the propellers and the machine would

not perform any action.

This solution gives higher maneuver capability of the user and smarter use of the robot. In addition, the product is resistant to the high pressure underwater. An important principle that guided me in the design is the sense of dynamic and movement, combining its mechanical  operation. 

Last summer, the 'ROV 360' won the prestigious DED DOT DESIGN AWARD competition at a ceremony in Singapore.
It is now on display at Red Dot Museum Design in Singapore.
For more details, following the link-http://www.red-dot.sg/en/rov-360/

The product is ready for marketing and waiting for investors who see this product as potential.

For more details please contact me.

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