Demre, MiniROV, equipped with a 6-thruster propulsion system, heading and depth sensor, sonar, usbl, electric manipulator and lightweight structure, is capable of successfully performing observation and search-and-rescue missions up to 300 meters. Demre, with its industrial design, is the most powerful and capable underwater electric robot system in its class. It takes its name from the Demre district of Antalya.
Hoytek Demre; has been delivered to institutions such as the Marine Police, Coast Guard, Aselsan, TP-OTC and Dokuz Eylül University and has been on duty successfully for years.
Marine Research:Demre is used in marine research for underwater observation and data collection. It can be utilized to study underwater ecosystems, support marine biology research, or explore underwater resources. Maritime Security:Demre is employed by marine police and coast guard units for maritime security operations. It can monitor coastal areas, detect submerged objects, or take measures against underwater threats. Search and Rescue Operations:Demre is utilized in search and rescue operations for locating and rescuing individuals in underwater environments. With its depth sensor and sonar system, it can effectively scan underwater areas and assist in search efforts in places like caves or shipwrecks. Underwater Exploration and Inspections:Demre can be used for exploring underwater structures or discovering underwater resources. It can provide valuable information in activities such as oil and gas exploration, underwater pipeline inspections, or underwater archaeology projects. Education and Research:Demre is utilized in underwater research and educational activities by universities and research institutions. It can be used to teach students about underwater robot technologies and help them gain practical experience. Underwater Visual Documentation:Demre can be used for visual recording and documentation purposes underwater. It can contribute to scientific studies or tourism activities by capturing and documenting underwater natural beauty, underwater archaeological sites, or coral reefs.