August 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter


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After six years of operation, Canadian based AXSUB Inc. has become a key supplier for the commercial diving industries, hyperbaric industries and military in Canada, with distributors around the world.
The AXSUB team has designed several types of monitoring systems for the underwater and hyperbaric industry. AXSUB manufactures diving equipment such as digital video recorders, low voltage LED lamps, underwater cameras and electronic depth meters, and its systems are used by the key players for video recording and continuous real time depth monitoring of divers.
The AXSUB flagship product is the AxVIEW 2V-RM. Designed for commercial diving operations, when used with a computer, it enables video recording and numeric depth meter connectivity which will transform the AxVIEW into a diver control platform. This is the company’s second generation of diving data management system, AxDDM, that is design for a typical rackmount installation available as a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-diver system. AXSUB will launch in 2016 its high definition portable system, AxVIEWHD V-P, available as a 1- or a 2-diver system, which can be delivered with a Panasonic Toughpad and monitors installed in the lid of the Pelican case. When using the AxVIEW systems with other AXSUB products such as the AxLIGHT 35 LED lamp with the integrated overheating protection circuit and the AxSEE 57i SMART camera equipped with a built-in depth sensor, it becomes an integrated solution that allows managers and supervisors to effectively increase safety and efficiency of diving operations.
112 Montee Industrielle - Suite 200, Rimouski
QC, Canada G5M 1B1
Phone: +1.418.731.1539
Fax: +1.418.731.1557
CEO/President: Eric GAUDREAU
Number of Employees: 5
(As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter)


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