SeaRobotics Corporation (SRC), a leading developer of marine robotics, today announced details of their next generation Utility Class ASV, the SR-Utility 3.0. This latest addition to the SRC portfolio is designed to extend the range and versatility of unmanned coastal marine survey operations by providing professional surveyors with a configurable platform that allows for interchangeable payloads and sensors, including the incorporation of existing instrumentation.
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SeaRobotics Corporation, a leading developer of unmanned marine systems, announced a contract award to supply multiple SR-Surveyor M1.8 ASVs to the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) to help the Department of the Navy develop its advanced autonomy research program. The SR-Surveyor M1.8 is a tightly integrated, 1.8-meter long ASV designed to streamline logistics and optimize data acquisition in shallow and hard-to-navigate waters. The platform is specifically purposed to be versatile and rapidly deployable for users that require high quality, reliable data capture in remote and restricted waters.
SeaRobotics Corporation announced a new partnership with Okeanus Science & Technology (Okeanus), an established provider of oceanographic rental equipment and turnkey survey solutions, in a move to make Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) increasingly available for international rental.
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.
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.