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Dennis joins SeaRobotics as Director of Programs

Lou Dennis Joins SeaRobotics

STUART, Florida

SeaRobotics Corporation (SeaRobotics) is pleased to announce that Lou Dennis has joined the firm as Director of Programs based at the company's headquarters in Stuart, Florida. Lou brings decades of industry experience to SeaRobotics backed by a deep knowledge of the technology needs of a range of customers.

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SeaRobotics Appoints 4D Ocean as a Reseller for Northern Europe

ASV Harry

SeaRobotics is pleased to announce that 4D Ocean has been selected as its reseller for Northern Europe.

As a leading company in the use of autonomous systems, 4D Ocean will provide sales and support for SeaRobotics’ autonomous surface vessels (ASVs) to survey companies, scientific research organizations, ports, offshore energy companies and mapping agencies. This also extends to a broad range of survey and scientific equipment which can be installed onto the ASVs. Full training on the vessel, sonar equipment, and software will also be provided by 4D Ocean.

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SeaRobotics Receives Contract for Autonomous Hydrographic Survey Vehicles for International Hydrographic Service

SRC 2.5 USV Bridge Survey

SeaRobotics Corporation (SeaRobotics) has delivered two complete autonomous 2.5‑m unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) to a government hydrographic service. These USVs, built by SeaRobotics, are complete hydrographic systems, including multibeam echo sounders, support sensors, a cast winch, deployment carts, and road trailers.

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SeaRobotics Delivers Unmanned Surface Vehicle for Marine and Aquatic Research

A dynamic array of sensors for NC State’s Center for Marine Science and Technology (CMAST) will aid in valuable data collection.

STUART, Florida. – SeaRobotics Corporation (SeaRobotics) has delivered the USV 2.5, an autonomous 2.5 meter unmanned surface vehicle (USV) to the Center for Marine Science and Technology at North Carolina State University. The USV, built by SeaRobotics, was funded by an award from the National Science Foundation’s Marine Lab Facilities Program. Given the diverse capabilities of the USV, it will be utilized as both an experiential-based teaching tool and to conduct basic and applied research in lake, river, estuary and costal environments.

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