SeaRobotics, announced today the successful deployment of their SR-Surveyor M1.8 ASV in cooperation with Morgan & Eklund (M&E), a Florida based land and hydrographic survey firm, to safely survey a twenty-mile stretch of waterways in the hard-hit islands of the Bahamas.
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The SeaRobotics team is excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at Oceanology International (Oi), at ExCel London from 17-19 March. Oi is widely regarded as the world’s premier ocean tech conference and so the perfect place to profile our range of intelligent marine robotics, which includes a portfolio of ASVs, ROVs, and custom-built solutions that help put our commercial, government and defense partners in control of their marine operations.
Modern technological breakthroughs, such as multibeam sonar and advances in data processing and GNSS positions have forever changed the way we perform hydrographic surveys. Autonomous Surface Vehicles, or ASVs, have ushered in a new era of unmanned systems and data acquisition and today, high-resolution data and operational efficiency are both the name of the game.
SeaRobotics is pleased to announce that we will be attending the Ocean Business conference in Southampton, UK, April 9 – 11, 2019. The conference will host sessions on autonomous vehicles, imagery, and visualization with a focus on the future of the Offshore Industry.
SRC’s Manned/Unmanned Diesel Serial Electric HYBRID Workboat ASV Completes Factory Acceptance Testing
SeaRobotics Corporation (SeaRobotics), today announced the successful completion of its factory acceptance testing of its new entry into the Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) Workboat market with the SR-Endurance 7.0 meter system.
SeaRobotics is pleased to announce that we will be attending the U.S. Hydro 2019 Conference, to be held at the Beau Rivage Resort &: Casino, in Biloxi, Mississippi, on March 19-21, 2019. We will be showcasing our multi-sensor SR-Surveyor M1.8, a fully-integrated, rapid deployment ASV capable of producing high-quality data and accessing remote and difficult to navigate areas.