SubC Imaging is proud to partner with MEPECO to serve the country of Italy and the region.
MEPECO focuses on technology designed for extreme conditions, making our partnership the perfect fit.
MEPECO has been operating successfully since 1978 with extensive expertise in areas such as drilling & completion, production, oceanology and underwater technology covering the whole spectrum of Energy and Environmental fields, from High-Tech Oil & Gas drilling equipment to state-of-the-art scientific sensors and systems for the study of air and water spheres.
SubC Imaging looks forward to pairing our cutting edge and ever-evolving products with MEPECO’s industry knowledge and fantastic customer service.
Check out MEPECO’s website here.
Back in 2016, our CTO, Chad Collett wrote an article for Sea Technology Magazine about autonomous camera systems and how they will be the future of underwater imagery. A year later, SubC has completed the first step with the Rayfin; SubC Imaging’s first Autonomous camera.
SubC Imaging is proud to be named in the Marine Technology Reporter’s Top 100, the 12th annual listing of 100 leading subsea companies. The list was part of the July/August Issue recently published.
SubC continually strives to develop innovative underwater imaging technology for the benefit of its clients. Being named to this list is a great validation of those efforts.
For more information on the Marine Technology Reporter, you can visit their website here.
The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has incorporated SubC’s Sculpin underwater camera and Aquorea LED Mk2 on the FAST-2 platform. The camera and light will assist in providing feedback and conducting preliminary tests in the Minas Passage, with the goal to ultimately help unlock the energy potential of FORCE.
Off the coast of Vancouver Island, a team of scientists from Fisheries and Oceans Canada is conducting an exploratory mission collecting the first-ever underwater footage of the Union and Dellwood seamounts.
With the help of SubC Imaging’s 1Cam 3D camera, Dr. Woods was able to capture breathtaking Images and video of the wreckage. Some of the beautiful imagery was displayed in the book From Great Depths and even a short 3D film was presented at the Museum of Geraldton.