Scubster

Scubster

Scubster

 

Scubster

The Scubster project started in 2009
Conception by Stephane Rousson, Designer Minh-lôc Truong
With our team and industry partners we participated in the 11th International Submarine Race in Bethesda Naval Surface Warefare USA in 2011 and won the Innovation award for an underwater vehicle equipped scuba with a large maneuverability.

Our technological advantages: optimized maneuverability thanks to two independently rotating propellers driven by two levers coupled to dives and bars.

The Scubster is the only submarine to be able to do all the movements with only two drives.

Our objective develop and commercialize Scubster

The submarine is a formidable working tool especially for archaeological research for the ambulance, police, underwater work, coast guards and scientific

  • From 2009 to 2011 we have developed and tested the prototype in human powered version (Obligation to race ISR 2011)
  • From 2011 to 2015 we have developed with our partners Nemo  the second version with electric drive and a range of 2 hours
  • July 2015 we carry out successfully the first dives demonstrating our technological strengths and maneuverability 
  • We Can dive up to 60 meters for qualified divers 
  • Allows discovery diving exploration divers with disabilities legs

its size: 

  • 3 meters long 
  • Weight 30 kilos empty 
  • 2 engines of 10 kilos each 
  • 2 battery packs of 15 kilos 
  • Carbon hull, 
  • Cockpit PPMA 
  • Requires one person to launch 
  • Allows security equipment transportation for exploration dive 
  • Video,equipment and powerful dive lights  
  • Surface Navigation to reach the place of exploration



Scubster stood out worldwide to Médiatique level  We are open to any proposal adventure film, advertising
Join our industrial partners and participatory already involved in the project
We wish the industrial, financial partners, to develop an even more efficient Scubster for scientific and archaeological research, and for various diving missions.

 

 

 

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