All Triton subs are capable vessels for archaeological research. To fully optimize the vessel for archaeological work, Triton provide upgrades to navigational instrumentation and bathymetric data collection capabilities, an artifact collection skid, upgrades to the manipulator arm, and a fly-out ROV for wreck penetration.
These upgrades allow archaeologists to conduct extremely accurate georeferenced underwater surveys, locate and identify features of interest on the seafloor even under extremely limited visibility conditions, identify wreck artifacts or even entire shipwrecks hidden under sand or other substrates, pick up and return delicate objects to the surface, and enter and film otherwise impenetrable spaces within a shipwreck.
Beyond the installation and integration of these upgrades, Triton also provides comprehensive training programs for their effective use.
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