Instruments for Discovery, Detection, and
Symphotic TII Corporation is
dedicated to providing high quality instruments and tools for research,
engineering and industry. We also are committed to providing the highest level
of customer care. All of our products are directly related to our extensive
experience in underwater applications, spectroscopy, lasers, and imaging technologies.
In addition, we are an authorized
representative for Thermo Fisher Scientific Cameras and Imagers. Soon after founding the
company, we introduced our first product: the AquaRAD radiation tolerant
underwater camera, which is based on this technology. These cameras are being used at nuclear energy and
research facilities world-wide.
Our experience with underwater deployment
of radiation tolerant cameras has brought us many customers who require underwater
imaging and robotics technology. Through our exclusive relationships with
major manufacturers, we now offer a full line of underwater products for
inspection, search and recovery, analytical measurement and research.
Imaging and research products including imaging and scanning sonar, underwater
cameras, remotely operated
vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).
We are working with Tokyo
Instruments Inc. to provide a new Raman microscopy system, the
30 High Resolution Raman Microspectroscopy System.
We also offer high quality lasers, monochromators, and spectrographs from the Tokyo Instruments
group. We have been quite successful with our Nd:YAG lasers, which have
found applications in a number of imaging, spectroscopy and research
applications, and our laser product line is noted for its variety, high quality,
Our work with the nuclear power industry and
our experience in spectroscopy has led to the introduction of the award winning InSITE Analyzer system in use world wide for nuclear
power plant inspection as well as standoff explosives detection. The
InSITE Analyzer has also been used in remote archeological surveys.
Deploying an AUV for seabed
mapping in Reykjavik Harbor
Installation of a tunable laser for
Photoacoustic Tomography at the
M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center
Chris Roper, Sales Manager for
Saab Seaeye North America, exhibits a Saab Seaeye Cougar XT in Nova Scotia
(CHRISTIAN LAFORCE / ChronicleHerlad Staff)
The InSITE Analyzer wins the 2006
Nuclear Energy Institute
Top Industrial Practices Award
About our name:
Symphotic TII :
When different musical
instruments play together it is a SYMPHONIC
orchestra. When different organisms live together in a way that is mutually
beneficial is called a SYMBIOTIC relationship. The PHOTIC ZONE is
the zone in water where sunlight can penetrate and life can be created through
Light is associated with knowledge.
The University of California uses the motto "Let There Be Light" as a
reminder of the importance of creating knowledge.
We created the word "SYMPHOTIC"
to represent our commitment our partners and clients
together to create knowledge through the use of innovative and valuable scientific and industrial instruments
The work of Symphotic TII
Corporation is to bring people--our
customers, staff, partners and investors-- and science and technology together to create mutually
beneficial knowledge. We specialize in visualizing environmental,
physical, chemical, and biological phenomena that cannot be seen or measured
without special tools. Starting with our first two products, an underwater
camera for use radiation environments and a laser system four use in
photo-acoustic tomography imaging research, we have expanded our product
offering to robotics and ROVs for delivering tools and instruments to
inaccessible locations. Our motto is "Take a Closer
Our technology partners include Tokyo Instruments
Inc.--TII--, and the letters TII represent this important relationship.
Other Tokyo Instruments Inc. technology partners are include Lotis TII of Minsk,
Belarus. Our partnerships with our domestic and international
manufacturers of underwater instruments, imaging and laser technologies, brings us special capabilities
for both the laboratory and to remotely deploy
instrumentation in hostile environments.
We are a California corporation
with our support center located in Camarillo, California, a few
miles from the Hughes Laboratory, where Theodore Maiman perfected
the first solid state laser. Camarillo is in the center of the "101 technology
corridor", a region of oceanographic, oil and gas, nanotechnology, life sciences, semiconductor and photonics
innovation located between UCLA and the San Fernando Valley in the east, through
Santa Barbara (including UC Santa Barbara) and reaching to San Luis Obispo in
Our international staff have lived and
worked in a number of countries throughout the world and share a wealth
of experience in various applications.
We are also closely associated with
the international offshore energy extraction industry and oceanographic research
For further information, please
contact us at the phone numbers or e-mail address below.
- Postal address
880 Calle Plano, Unit K
- Camarillo, CA 93012, U.S.A.