August 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR100: Deep Ocean Engineering

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Located in Silicon Valley, Calif., Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. reflects the spirit of technological innovation and collaboration consistent with the region. Deep Ocean Engineering takes pride in its 35 year heritage as an early leader in the manufacture and engineering of underwater robotics, and is continuing its legacy with its commitment to continuously 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, specific 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 firing a shotgun blast of a high-powered water projectile at point-blank range, thereby eliminating the threat without risk of injury to divers.
2403 Qume Drive, San Jose, CA 95131
T:  408-436-1102
CEO: Li Fang
VP, Sales & Mktg.:  Raul Enrique Pena
VP, Engineering: John Bergman
VP, Operations: Mike Takeda
No. of Employees: < 50
(As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter)

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