You’ve heard it all before, a guy in a garage with an idea and passion. Yes, that’s pretty much how it started at Shark Marine Technologies. Since 1984 Shark Marine has lead manufacturers in the sector of Underwater Photographic Equipment. The first to put a portable camera on a diver’s helmet, it soon became an industry standard. The first to make a Remote Vehicle that was modular and easy to adapt in the field to changing requirements.
Shark Marine Technologies has always played well with others and the proof of that is the respect from others in the industry and their willingness, to work with Shark Marine’s engineers, to integrate sonars and other systems to be used with Shark Marine’s products. Through our successful industry collaboration Shark Marine has lead the way in the development of products for Diver Held Navigation Systems, innovative technologies for diver delivery systems and remote vehicles.
Shark Marine now boast customers on all continents, and oceans, proudly supplying in excess of sixteen Navies, international Marine forces, law enforcement, scientists, commercial divers and more.
Dive Tablet 2
DIVE TABLET 2, our second generation of this product, is an affordable solution for anyone that requires accurate underwater positioning. Using advanced dead reckoning, GPS, DNS, or USBL, DIVE TABLET 2 allows operators to map underwater habitats, document archaeological sites, take geo-referenced photos and video, or accurately navigate underwater.
DIVE TABLET 2’s small size and rugged construction makes it a good fit for use on RHIBs and other surface vessels where it can be used for navigation, or to track and communicate with divers using the Sub-NET system.
Shark Marine’s DiveLog software provides a user friendly, intuitive interface managing all of the sensors and data, freeing the diver to focus on the dive.
- Underwater Navigation and Mapping
- Rugged Topside Computer
- Vessel Navigation
- SAR Operations
- Rapid Beach Profiling
- Track / Communicate with Divers using Shark Marine’s Sub-NET
- Evidence Documentation
- Coral Research
- Underwater Archaeology
- Habitat Mapping
- 3D Photogrammetry
- Geo-Referenced Photography