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Deep Ocean Engineering

Located in Silicon Valley, CA, Deep Ocean Engineering, 2403 Qume Drive, San Jose, CA 95131

Inc. re? ects the spirit of technological innovation and col-

T: 408-436-1102

E: raulpena@deepocean.com laboration consistent with the region. Deep Ocean Engineer- www.deepocean.com

CEO: Li Fang ing takes pride in its 35 year heritage as an early leader in the

VP, Sales & Mktg.: Raul Enrique Pena manufacture and engineering of underwater robotics, and is

VP, Engineering: John Bergman

VP, Operations: Mike Takeda continuing its legacy with its commitment to continuously

No. of Employees: < 50 improve its solutions to better meet the unique needs of its end-user clients.

The focus of Deep Ocean Engineering is on responding to the unique, speci? c needs of its clients in various markets, and to build custom solutions that address those needs. Deep

Ocean Engineering’s in-house engineering team in Silicon

Valley creates solutions that utilize their proprietary drone vehicles as a platform, and equips them with best in class components from a variety of manufacturers of third party software, video, sonar and manipulators.

Deep Ocean Engineering specializes in engineering and designing inspection class underwater and surface drones, including its full line of Phantom remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and unmanned surface vehicles (USV).

Recently, Deep Ocean Engineering introduced the Phantom

T5 Defender, an ROV equipped with an Explosive Ordinance

Disposal device that can disable an EOD by ? ring a shotgun blast of a high-powered water projectile at point-blank range, thereby eliminating the threat without risk of injury to divers.

SubConn

SubConn Inc., supported interna- tionally by the MacArtney Underwa- ter Technology Group, manufactures and delivers industry standard, reliable and affordable connectors and cables worldwide, supplying its leading range of underwater pluggable electrical con- nectors to the underwater industry for over 30 years. A provider of universal wet mate connectivity solutions for underwater technology applications, (Image: MacArtney)

SubConn offers a product range that has been developed over the years to meet demands for shallow water use to tested and reviewed to ensure the high- larly extended to meet new individual or full ocean depth rating. The company’s est quality and suitability to the under- industry requirements.

bca@macartney.com range of connectors is continually being water and offshore markets, and is regu- www.marinetechnologynews.com

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