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IMAGE Project with Voyis, Cellula Robotics Ltd., Shift Environmental Technologies Ltd. and Fisheries and Ocean Canada

03.11.2022
Voyis is excited to announce the development of the IMAGE project - Image Mapping & Analysis for Governance and Education, funded through Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Ocean Management Contribution Program (OMCP).

Cellula Divests its Seafloor Drill Division

22.09.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. is pleased to announce the acquisition of its Seafloor Drill Division by a confidential client. The sale, completed on September 2, 2022 will facilitate Cellula's focus on development of proven, trusted autonomy as it brings its industry leading fuel cell powered, long range AUVs, Solus-LR and -XR to market. The investment will also support the ongoing development of Imotus-S, Cellula's latest AUV innovation for vessel signature measurement.

Cellula Successfully Completes Demonstration Missions Using Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered AUV

16.08.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. is excited to announce the successful completion of various demonstration missions using the hydrogen fuel cell powered autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), Solus-LR.

Cellula Appoints Industry Veteran, Neil Manning, Into Advisory Role

12.08.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. is pleased to partner with Neil Manning to support the development of business structure, strategy, and growth opportunities. With over 27 years of experience, Neil's strategic insight into the offshore marine sector has helped commercialize safe and reliable new technology innovations to increase efficiencies across the subsea energy, telecom, wind, and defence sectors. His unique expertise has consistently provided value by identifying market gaps to differentiate companies and deliver a competitive edge.

Cellula Receives Contract for Design and Build of an Imotus-S AUV for Signature Measurements of Marine Vessels

15.07.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. is pleased to announce a contract through Innovative Solutions Canada's Testing Stream for the build and test of a hovering Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) for use in underwater measurements of a ship's acoustic and magnetic signature.

Cellula Completes CRD100 Seafloor Drill Maintenance and Upgrade Program

31.05.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. has successfully completed the mid-life maintenance and upgrade to Fukada Salvage and Marine Works Co., Ltd. (Fukada)’s Unicorn-1 Seafloor Drill, based on Cellula’s CRD100 Seafloor Drill. The upgrades, including improvements for increased automation and a new user interface, incorporates many lessons learnt from the last six years of offshore work, resulting in greater operational efficiency, functionality and lifespan of the drill.

Cellula Robotics Partners with Trusted Autonomous Systems and the Royal Australian Navy on the SeaWolf XLUUV Project

12.05.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. (Cellula) is pleased to announce we are six months into a contract with Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS), to develop the next generation of fuel cell powered, Extra-Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV). Funded by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and in collaboration with sovereign sub-contractors, project SeaWolf is set to debut the first 12m XLUUV hull in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Abyssal Joins Marine Robotics Innovation Centre's Thriving Community

21.08.2020
The NOC’s Marine Robotics Innovation Centre has announced that Abyssal is joining its thriving community of partners. This follows the news from earlier in the month that Cellula Robotics has partnered with the Centre.

Long-endurance Canadian underwater drone to be fitted with full suite of Sonardyne tracking, communication and navigation technology

19.05.2019
Integrated navigation, positioning and communications technology from Sonardyne Inc. will support a new, fuel cell-powered long-range unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) being designed by subsea specialist Cellula Robotics Ltd. for the Canadian defence department.
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