VideoRay and Oceaneering International Announce Basic Operator Training Classes

In partnership with VideoRay, Oceaneering International Inc. (OII) is pleased to offer VideoRay open-enrollment Basic Operator Training classes at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratoy (NBL) facility, located at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) Sonny Carter Training Facility (SCTF) in Houston, Texas.

With our unique location, organizations located in the greater Houston area can benefit by reducing travel-related cost associated with training new VideoRay operators and maintaining proficiency for existing operator certified on the VideoRay ROV Pro 4 system.

This open enrollment basic operator training will provide students with a thorough understanding of the VideoRay ROV Pro 4 system, including setup, checkout, and operations. Tips and techniques will be offered to assist students in VideoRay operational capabilities, along with breakdown, cleaning, and operator maintenance. Through a progressive and proven method, the Basic Operator Training course will help participants develop knowledge of the ViceoRay system and gain confidence in their operator skills. 

Please refer to the Oceaneering website for additional details regarding price, registration, and for planned training class dates. For more information, you can also contact Mark Smith at 281-954-2221, or via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

About VideoRay:

VideoRay introduced its first ROV in 2000 and has since become the world’s largest volume producer of underwater ROVs. VideoRay underwater robots help prevent terrorism, find and retrieve objects, inspect infrastructure both inland and offshore, and keep divers safe from hazardous conditions. As VideoRay innovates with new designs and functions, our ROVs assist in increasingly challenging situations and environments, and owners have learned to trust them to perform in more demanding missions. The hallmark of VideoRay systems are ruggedness, reliability, portability, and easy customization with the widest range of sensors and tools available for observation class vehicles.