Photos of Nemo customers using submersible cordless tools at work

University of Guam Marine Research

University of Guam marine research is aided by the Nemo drill, which is used to install permanent transects for surveying and assessing ocean life and frames with mounted oceanographic sensors. Markers and frames are bolted onto limestone reefs.

Movienaut, Germany

Working with the Nemo impact wrench

Georgia Tech Research Dive

Georgia Tech researcher takes coral samples in the Christmas Islands

Cal State, Moss Landing Marine Labs

Wakulla Diving Center, Florida, USA

Stillaguamish Tribe Research Project, Washington, USA

Fisheries biologist installing TidBit thermographs in the Stillaguamish Watershed as part of a climate impacts assessment study and modeling research project.

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