Imagine watching a 24/7 live feed of your underwater site.
With NOUS you can monitoring workers on commercial marine constructions.
With NOUS you can observe as underwater archaeologists dive on an excavation site.
With NOUS marine biologists have continuous access to study and monitor an underwater environment.
NOUS’ real-time monitoring cameras offer another level of video surveillance in commercial diving, marine constructions, underwater archaeology, fisheries management, aquaculture, as well as underwater video live streaming for TV, sports, scientific study, and much more.
Each camera¹ is enclosed in a purpose-built underwater housing which also contains its multitasking computing unit. The camera is connected to the surface by one cable that provides power and network linkage. The surface cable can measure from 5 meters to 100 meters long depending on your site’s requirements.
Additional equipment (optional):
– Lens wiper with motor and software application that detects deposits on the lens
– Infra-Red Camera
– Camera with higher resolution and various lens sizes²
– Underwater remote-controlled lights
– Temperature sensor
– Green or red Laser
– Camera mounting systems, at different weights, heights etc
 Camera specs: 5 Mp, FOV 160°, ΗD 1920×1080 24 to 30 Fps, mp4, H264
 Camera sensor SONY IMX477R, 12.3 MP, with 6, 16, 25, 35, 50 mm lenses
· Housed in a robust case
· Connects to the camera cable of each underwater unit
· Connected to the internet
· Equipped with a 5G router and antenna for internet connection
· Optional weather station integration for weather data monitoring
· 24 VDC, 5 Amp (max 5 UW cameras & 1 surface camera)
To accommodate sites in which power is not available, the system can be powered from photovoltaic panels.
The electricity for the system can be provided by a fully autonomous system of photovoltaic panels and batteries (2 PV panels of 310 Wp are enough).
The size of the PV system will be based on load requirement estimates, meteorological data for the area and the requirement for electrical autonomy for at least up to 7 days.
The power system can be fully operated remotely, via a GSM internet connection.