Blueye Robotics Underwater Drone Receives 2017 Design Award

Designed with partner EGGS Design, judges complimented the drone saying, "Blueye is a drone for both professionals and regular, curious users. It's almost impossible to look at it without thinking you'd like such a thing. This product opens up a wealth of applications from inspection of ships and subsea installations to underwater safaris."

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ueye Pioneer underwater drone from Blueye Robotics received the prestigious DOGA award in Norway. Designed with partner EGGS Design, judges complimented the drone saying, "Blueye is a drone for both professionals and regular, curious users. It's almost impossible to look at it without thinking you'd like such a thing. This product opens up a wealth of applications from inspection of ships and subsea installations to underwater safaris." The affordable Blueye Pioneer is rugged, lightweight and can go down to 150 meters, eight times deeper than an average scuba diver can reach. It has a special light-sensitive camera technology that delivers true-color imaging at ocean depths and it is exceptionally stable, even in adverse ocean conditions. The drone is extremely user friendly and operated by a smartphone, tablet or PC. The Blueye Pioneer appeals to "underwater tourists" as well as scientists and businesses like offshore wind parks. Preorder through www.blueyerobotics.com.

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