Remote Ocean Systems (ROS) has been an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of reliable, high-tech equipment and systems for the most severe oceanographic, industrial, commercial, and military environments since 1975. Our customers require products which must be infinitely reliable. Our standard product line includes underwater video cameras, underwater lights, rugged pan and tilt units, and video inspection systems which are manufactured primarily for the oceanographic, nuclear, and defense industries.
At ROS, we understand the daily challenges that you face when working in extreme environments. We know that you need reliable products, a simple ordering process, and you need equipment delivered quickly! Our extensive inventory and state-of-the-art manufacturing methodology help allow for rapid turn around time to meet our customers' strict timelines.
ROS headquarters, a 28,000 square feet research and manufacturing facility, is located in San Diego, California. This facility houses a modern machine shop, hydrostatic pressure test tank, electronics labs, advanced computer modeling and prototyping systems, and environmental test chambers. Our staff includes experts in video engineering, mechanical design, reliability engineering, EMI resistivity, and radiation resistance design.
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