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Sonardyne’s SPRINT-Nav reaches new heights of capability

09.02.2021
Marine technology specialist Sonardyne has released a new high altitude variant of its market leading hybrid navigator SPRINT-Nav to allow uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) and underwater vehicles to extend their operational envelope.

Fugro Boosts Remote Operations with New Centre in the Middle East

07.12.2020
Fugro has opened a new state-of-the-art remote operations centre (ROC) in Abu Dhabi, which is already delivering successful remote and autonomous solutions to clients in the Middle East and India (MEI) region.

NOAA’s Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute chooses DriX USV to help build the next generation ocean exploration system

05.11.2020
The Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute (OECI), funded by NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) recently signed a purchase contract to acquire a DriX Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) from high-tech company iXblue. Signed over the summer, this contract consists of one DriX USV along with a novel custom-designed Universal Deployment System able to launch and recover the USV as well as other AUVs. The autonomous solution is expected to be put to sea by mid-2021.

Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. And H.Henriksen AS Announce Strategic Partnership

21.09.2020
Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. and H. Henriksen AS are pleased to announce they have entered into a global strategic partnership, combining MARTAC’s industry leading innovative maritime unmanned surface vehicle with H.Henriksen AS’s world class Maritime Unmanned Systems launch and recovery products and systems.

SEA-KIT USV Successfully Completes 22 Days of Offshore Operations in the Atlantic Ocean

19.08.2020
SEA-KIT’s 12m Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) ‘Maxlimer’ returned to Plymouth on Friday after 22 days of remote survey operations on Europe’s continental margin.

HIPP Awards Fugro Gulf ST Vincent Charting Project for Australian Hydrographic Office

17.08.2020
Fugro has been selected to chart the waters of South Australia’s Gulf St Vincent and Investigator Strait as part of the Australian Government’s HydroScheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP).

Fugro cements uncrewed evolution strategy with order for two SEA-KIT USVs

05.08.2020
Fugro has ordered two 12m SEA-KIT X class Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs); with one bound for their Asia-Pacific region and the other for North Sea operations.

AutoNaut USV Maps North Sea Soundscape During Lockdown

13.07.2020
AutoNaut has played a vital role in enabling The Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) to seize upon the quiet of lockdown to map the underwater soundscape of the Belgian section of the North Sea.

Fugro Completes Middle East's First Uncrewed Geophysical Route Survey

23.06.2020
In response to increasing demand for remote offshore services, Fugro has completed the Middle East’s first fully autonomous geophysical shallow-water route survey.

Fugro Starts NOAA Project to Update Florida’s Nautical Charts

20.05.2020
Fugro has begun work on its first task order under a recently awarded multi-year hydrographic services contract with the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Located off the north-west coast of Florida, the project involves acquisition of high-resolution bathymetry data over four sites totalling approximately 1475 km2. Deliverables will be issued to NOAA by December and they will use this information to update charted depths and features in the region, many of which predate the 1950s.


Unique Group signs agreement with iXblue to acquire five DriX units

11.10.2019
Leading integrated subsea and offshore solutions provider Unique Group has signed an agreement to acquire five Unmanned Surface Vessels (USV) DriX units from French high-technology company iXblue, marking a significant investment in the Group’s global portfolio of survey products.

Teledyne Marine Opens Vehicles Service Center in Europe

02.08.2019
Teledyne Marine announces the opening of a Vehicles Service Center at the Teledyne Reson office in Slangerup, Denmark. The expanded facility in Slangerup will support the large number of LBVs, vLBVs, and Z-Boats throughout Europe. Customers of Teledyne SeaBotix and Teledyne Oceanscience will now have the option to have their Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) repaired, refurbished and tested within Europe. Local service will eliminate the need to ship vehicles back to the United States, saving significant time, effort, and money.

MacArtney to Deploy Two Unmanned Winch Systems for Defence Specialists

17.07.2019
MacArtney continues to supply defence specialists Raytheon with winch solutions designed, tested and manufactured by MacArtney for flexible integration.

AutoNaut successfully monitoring the marine environment for The Ocean Cleanup

12.06.2019
AutoNaut Unmanned Surface Vessels (USVs) have been collecting vital environmental monitoring data in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to help The Ocean Cleanup with its first mission.

AutoNaut launches new 3.5 metre Communications Hub USV

27.03.2019
AutoNaut is excited to launch its new 3.5 Comms Hub product at Ocean Business 2019. The 3.5m Comms Hub is specifically designed for deployment as a long-duration surface gateway. Flexibility in sensor fit enables tasks including data harvesting, precision positioning and communications from and to sub-sea assets. Onward relay can be via satellite for over-the-horizon missions. Payload versatility means that secondary sensors can also be fitted.

Launching the new Accession Class USV at Ocean Business 2019

26.03.2019
The all-new modular Accession Class USV from USS will be unveiled at Ocean Business 2019.

INSPECTOR 125 – ECA GROUP unveils its new unsinkable unmanned surface vehicle (USV) from sea proven platform

17.02.2019
ECA GROUP, in collaboration with its naval architecture subsidiary MAURIC, integrates a new USV – (Unmanned Surface Vehicle) into its range of naval drones systems. The new INSPECTOR 125, based on an operational platform, is designed for high seas operations.

iXblue and Forssea Partner to Bring About More Agile LBL Deployment

07.01.2019
iXblue, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced navigation, imagery and subsea positioning solutions, and Forssea, an innovative robotics startup that develops autonomous docking underwater technologies, have joined forces to bring more agile and cost-effective subsea operations to companies operating on the challenging offshore market.
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