Many of you may not know, but Coghlin Precision recently completed a project for the Institute for Exploration in Mystic, Connecticut. More specifically, Coghlin Precision provided the institute with precision machined components which held the new Hi-Definition cameras for their ROVs (remotely operated vehicles). For those of you who do not know, the Institute for Exploration, lead by Dr. Robert Ballard and his team of researchers, is responsible for the discovery of the sunken Titanic back in 1985. Dr. Ballard is currently doing research in the Black and Aegean Seas aboard the Nautilus searching for and studying underwater volcanoes, mapping the sea floor, investigating unusual life forms, and exploring shipwrecks. You can check out the live feed from the Nautilus by clicking here.
Over the past few years, the institute has turned to Coghlin Precision to provide them with precision machined components because of our quality and on time delivery. Coghlin Precision is proud to be a part of such an important part of history and discovery. It has been a pleasure to work with such a talented team of researchers.
About the Author:
Paul O’Day is the General Manager of Coghlin Precision, a Coghlin Company