SeaBotix Joins Teledyne Marine Systems

The Teledyne Marine Systems group, providers of undersea vehicles and subsea infrastructure, have announced that SeaBotix, part of the recent Bolt Technology Corporation acquisition by parent company Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, will join the Marine Systems group of companies.

SeaBotix is a manufacturer of underwater observation class MiniROVs designed to perform a multitude of tasks that include maritime security, search and recovery, hull, pipeline and infrastructure inspection, hazardous environment intervention, aquaculture, sensor deployment, oceanographic research, nuclear applications and more.

“We are excited to have SeaBotix join the Teledyne Marine Systems group of companies.” said Vice President and Group General Manager, Thomas W. Altshuler. “We see strong synergy between their innovative remotely operated vehicles and the tethered and autonomous vehicles produced by our existing organization.”

SeaBotix will operate under the name Teledyne SeaBotix from their current location in San Diego, California.

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