James Cameron Challenger Deep
James Cameron’s Historic Mariana Trench Submarine DiveMar 2012 Ruggedised & WaterproofStandards & Regulatory Compliance
Today James Cameron’s submarine descended and safely returned from the planet’s deepest chasm, the Challenger Deep fissure in the Pacific Ocean’s Mariana Trench, completing an historic solo dive. When Cameron reached the bottom he was almost seven miles from the surface of the sea. On board his Australian designed submarine were two V200 emergency location beacons. The V200 was designed by Tiller Design and Mobilarm, a leading global supplier of Personal Locator Beacons. Follow the New York Times story Filmmaker in Submarine Voyages to Bottom of Sea.
It’s very exciting to know that the rigorously designed and engineered V200 emergency location beacons were on board this historic journey to the bottom of the Mariana trench, our team can now claim to have products not only all over the world but for a brief time at the deepest point on earth. Proof we can work under any pressure. - Robert Tiller