Rotary platform for CSW-7
LAR platform provided to GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc. as part of a bigger system that also includes five tow bodies, a towed receiver, and a dry end electronics rack.
We present some pictures of our CMW-2 V1 Winch aboard the Deep BV vessel "Breaker".
AGO Environmental CSW-7 Winch helps reconnect Sir John Franklin’s ships to the world!
Custom CSW-9 designed with a wider drum for higher cable capacity.
We had to visit the Dreamcatcher for some field upgrades and used the opportunity to take a few pictures of our winch.
This international project involves building the world's largest steerable radio telescope at Penticton, BC, Canada (Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory). It will have 100 times the sensitivity of current radio telescopes.
A PID-03M and EWC-4A-PS06 system was supplied to the Danish-Swedish LOMROG II expedition to the Lomonosov Ridge and the North Pole on board the Swedish Icebreaker Oden.
The University of Washington used a remote controlled CSW-1 winch as part of the Oceanic Remote Chemical-optical Analyzer (ORCA) project.
A.G.O. constructed a differential temperature array for the NEPTUNE Observatory project in 2009.
A.G.O. supported a UVIC Mechatronics course team in 2009.
This subsea video crabbing system consists of a custom camera cage, high resolution underwater video camera, and optionally, lights and lasers.