SubC Imaging makes MTR’s Top 100

SubC in the Press | August 17, 2017

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.


SubC celebrates World Oceans Day at the Marine Institute

Community Outreach | June 5, 2017

SubC Imaging was at the Marine Institute over the weekend to celebrate World Ocean’s Day at the College’s Oceans Day NL event. Spectators had an opportunity to see some impressive footage taken by our HD cameras as well as to get a hands-on look at our latest tech. At this event we showcased our 1Cam MK6, Aquorea LED as well as our newest innovation the Rayfin. If you would like to know more about Oceans Day NL you can visit the Marine Institutes on Twitter here.

Attention Mate ROV competitors!

Community Outreach | May 18, 2017


In support of this year’s international MATE ROV competition, SubC Imaging is pleased to offer a discount on its Sculpin underwater cameras to all participating teams. The Sculpin is a compact, high-resolution video camera available in standard or high definition models and ideal for mounting on smaller ROVs.  
For more details or to receive pricing please contact the sales team.

Little Green Thumbs and Subc Imaging

Community Outreach | May 17, 2017

SubC Imaging’s Chad Collett and Adam Rowe visited Riverside Elementary last week to take a look at the class-grown crops as part of the Little Green Thumbs program. SubC Imaging is one of the sponsors for the two classes that were designated as Little Green Thumbs. Students grow vegetables to learn about the science involved, healthy eating and agriculture. The students did everything from planting, growing and eating of their own crops, and presented visitors with home grown salad, pesto pasta made from some basil, tomatoes, cucumber and other tasty vegetables.

The Little Green Thumbs classes went so well that outdoor gardens maybe in the future for Riverside Elementary. SubC is proud to support the development of our youth and to support this initiative.