2G Robotics Launches Redesigned Website
Written by 2G Robotics   
Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: 2G Robotics, producer of underwater laser scanners and imaging systems for subsea surveys and inspection, announced today the launch of their newly redesigned website.
 
Created with the client’s experience in mind, the website was developed using the latest technology so that the site is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices. The new website provides easy access to detailed product information, a variety of industry applications as well as an improved careers page. The revamped website went live March 13, 2017 and is located at the same address: http://www.2grobotics.com.
 
The redesigned website launch also signals the first release of pictures and specifications of the ULS-500 PRO underwater laser scanner to the public. The system boasts the best accuracy in the industry and real-time data acquisition, replacing the ULS-500 as the accepted technological norm for high resolution subsea survey. The system will be publicly launched at the April 2017 Ocean Business Exhibition in Southampton, UK.
 
Visitors to the site are able to explore examples of 2G Robotics’ work in 7 different industries: Offshore, Civil Infrastructure, Hydro Electricity, Marine Sciences, Nuclear, Research, and Water Distribution. In addition to an industry overview, visitors will have access to specific deployment strategies and configurations as well as results data through the newly updated industry application case studies.
 
About 2G Robotics
2G Robotics designs and develops underwater laser scanners and imaging systems for subsea surveys and inspections. 2G Robotics' Underwater Laser Scanners go beyond the capabilities of traditional sonar and video inspection to provide detailed examination of even the slightest variances in underwater assets. As a leader in this technology, these systems generate real-time 3D models of subsea structures and environments from which submillimeter measurements can be instantaneously and repeatably captured. The high resolution 3D models provide the information needed for high tolerance subsea metrology, damage detection and assessment, installation repair and maintenance, and as-built surveying. For more information on 2G Robotics’ laser scanners or imaging systems, please visit http://www.2grobotics.com.