Spyfish STV, a robust and portable submersible, is equipped with two cameras, floodlights and a rechargeable/replaceable Lithium-ion power pack that enables it to dive to depths of 150 metres and transmit high quality video images to the surface in real time. Three powerful thrusters coupled with it’s hydrodynamic form make the Spyfish agile and easy to manoeuvre using the one-handed wireless controller. The handset also operates the on-board cameras and lights and will also float should it be accidntally dropped overboard. The robust and portable STV is connected to the display screen on the surface via a 150m cable that can be remotely detached in case of a ‘snag’, after which the Spyfish STV returns to the surface automatically
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H2EYE SPYFISH—Fish (2000 - 2001) A member of the design team to Design of a Remote Oceanic Vehicle (ROV) and associated equipment for leisure and light industrial usage. The ROV is designed to dive to depths of up to 150 metres. The system includes: ROV, Cable Winder, Battery Charger, Laptop and Remote control. All system modules are proofed to a minimum of IP68. The Spyfish System is an STV (submarine Television Vehicle) intended for leisure use. It contains a number of components which connect together in a proprietary manner. Standard interfaces are supplied for TV output and PC connection as specified.
H2EYE SPYFISH—Hand Controller (2000 - 2001) Tasked to take the conceptual 3D CAD model of the Remote control device for SpyFish and produce parts and sub assemblies in readiness for tooling and manufacture.
AWT Limited 2019