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Ocean Infinity Adds New Kongsberg AUVs to Its Fleet

Ocean Infinity, a hydrographic and geophysical survey company, has placed three separate orders for a total of five ...

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ACCIONA Developing AUVs for SWARMs Project

The SWARMs European project, of which ACCIONA is a member, is developing vehicles capable of performing complex ...

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UTEC Introduces New AUV Launch and Recovery System

UTEC, a part of Acteon, has recently commissioned its new launch and recovery system (LARS) for a fleet of seven ...

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Modus, Fugro to Provide Hybrid AUV Services in Australasia

Modus Seabed Intervention has entered into a collaboration agreement with Fugro to provide hybrid AUV pipeline ...

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NOC’s New AUV Put to the Test

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has recently purchased and trialled a new type of marine robot called a ...

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SeaRobotics AUV for USACE Post-Hurricane Survey Ops

SeaRobotics has recently delivered an autonomous surface vehicle (ASV) to the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) ...

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Riptide Sets Up Office in Canada

AUV developer Riptide has announced its first international expansion with the creation of Riptide Autonomous ...

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AI Leads Survey of Changing Underwater Habitats

A recent expedition led by Dr. Blair Thornton demonstrated how the use of autonomous robotics and artificial ...

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NPD Kicks Off Deep Sea Minerals Survey

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) is starting data acquisition expedition for mineral deposits in the ...

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NORBIT Supplies WBMS Systems for NOC AUV

NORBIT has been appointed by the National Environmental Research Council (NERC) to supply two multi-beam ...

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Kawasaki Tests Its New AUV in The Underwater Centre

Kawasaki Heavy Industries has reached an agreement with The Underwater Centre (TUC) in Fort William, Scotland, to ...

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ISE Gathers Experts to Plan Nupiri Muka's First Field Season

International Submarine Engineering (ISE) has welcomed over 20 experts from around the world at its facility as a ...

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Kraken Bags Contracts for Two Development Projects

Kraken Robotics’ German subsidiary, Kraken Robotik GmbH, has secured contract funding for two development ...

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Teledyne Gavia Upgrades Turkish Navy AUVs

Teledyne Gavia has delivered Blueview modules and associated Teledyne software for all Gavia autonomous underwater ...

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Teledyne Gavia Wraps Up AUV Magnetometer Testing

Teledyne Gavia, manufacturer of the Gavia autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), has completed trials of the AUV ...

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Houston Mechatronics Rolls Out AUV-ROV Shapeshifter

Houston Mechatronics has unveiled its new subsea robot – Aquanaut. The Aquanaut is a multipurpose subsea ...

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Belgian Navy Renews SeeTrack Licences for Its AUVs

SeeByte has secured the renewal of 10 SeeTrack licences used for the existing AUV fleet of the Belgian Navy. The ...

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Canada Contracts Cellula Robotics to Improve AUV Fuel Cells

The Government of Canada, has awarded a contract to Cellula Robotics to develop a fuel cell that will improve the ...

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Hydroid and OIP Ink Belgian Mine Counter Measures Deal

Hydroid, a Kongsberg company, has signed a teaming agreement with Belgian defense company OIP Sensor Systems (OIP) ...

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Kraken's AUV Pre-Qualifies for Canada's BCIP Program

Kraken Robotics’ wholly-owned subsidiary, Kraken Robotic Systems, has been formally notified by the ...

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Saab Seaeye Banks on Sabertooth Order

Underwater vehicles specialist Saab Seaeye said it has secured a contract with an undisclosed client to deliver the ...

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