Imenco AS

Subsea Electronic Products

For more than 25 years Imenco has been a dedicated, leading supplier of video, image and lighting products to the offshore-, research- and subsea markets. The foundation of our success and growth is the quality and passion of our employees combined with a genuine interest in new technology. At Imenco we understand the daily challenges our clients face when operating in extreme environments. We recognize the need for reliable products, simple ordering processes, and equipment delivered quickly.

The shark image stands for strong, fast, tough, aesthetic, superior, efficient, discreet and longevity. The adjectives can also be used for our Shark Range. Furthermore, the Shark Range consists of reliable, robust subsea cameras, lights and lasers, constructed from high quality componenets and materials, ensuring clear, sharp results and durability.

We are also excited to announce our new platform for subsea cameras, the SubVIS system, which is based on embedding a computer into the camera, making it ready for advanced image enhancement and Computer Vision. Orca is the first camera based on the SubVIS platform and it is now available for sale. Orca is the latin name of the Killer Whale – one of the most intelligent creatures in the ocean. This symbolizes the change from the analogue and HD-SDI cameras used in the market today.


  • SubVIS Orca

    SubVIS Orca

  • Shark Range Subsea Cameras

    Shark Range Subsea Cameras

  • Subsea LED lights

    Subsea LED lights

Latest news

Naval Contract Award for Rugged Digital CCTV

Imenco UK CCTV group are delighted to announce a significant contract award for several hundred rugged naval CCTV cameras. Read more »

Imenco Purchases Kongsberg’s Camera Division

Today, Kongsberg Maritime, a wholly owned subsidiary of KONGSBERG, has entered into an agreement to sell its business within subsea cameras and harsh environment CCTV systems to Imenco. Read more »

Imenco IP Camera Range

Imenco are now launching a complete range of subsea IP cameras. For the first-time live subsea video can be transmitted via Ethernet without significant latency. Read more »