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GhostSwimmer

Navy's Silent NEMO project the GhostSwimmer™ strives to significantly advance UUV technology throughout the world. Read more

BIOswimmer

BIOSwimmer™ is designed for high maneuverability in harsh environments, with a flexible aft section. Read more

Iver 3 Nano

The Iver3 Nano is the most affordable AUV platform released by Ocean Server Technology.  Starting at just $53K USD including sonar (and $82K with SS and DVL) Read More

Haiyan underwater glider

The Haiyan underwater glider is 1.8 meters in length with a diameter of 0.3 meter, and weighs about 70 kilograms. The device is developed by a scientific research team of Tianjin University. The underwater glider can go 1,500 meters underwater; its maximum voyage is 1,000 kilometers and it can work 30 days continuously. Read Article

AutoNaut USV

AutoNaut is wave propelled and performs equally well on all headings, and has long endurance.
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The 7-11 For Robot Subs: Underwater Plug And Stay Hubs

May 21, 2015 - via Office of Naval Research Forward-Deployed Energy & Communications Outpost (FDECO) allows unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) to dock, recharge, upload data and download new orders, and then be on their way.

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Local researchers send underwater robots to assist in response to Santa Barbara oil spill

May 20, 2015 - via Scripps Institute of Oceanography The one near Santa Barbara owns a critical mission. "Our goal is to help," said researcher Dan Rudnick. "All of our data right now is being fed real time into these models."

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Unmanned vehicles loom large at Japan naval tech expo

May 15, 2015 - via Maritime Systems and Technology Asia Defense firms, all from countries on good terms with both the United States and Japan, pitched their latest technology on the exhibition floor of the three-day MAST (Maritime Systems and Technology) Asia conference to a wide audience of government and navy officials.

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AUVs: Getting Defensive

May 14, 2015 - via Kongsberg Maritime The defense community is ahead of the commercial market with regard to processing real-time high resolution data in-mission and making the vehicle respond to it.” Richard Mills, Kongsberg Maritime

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Navy Will Take 'Asymmetric' Approaches in Undersea Warfare

May 14, 2015 - via U S Navy The Navy is looking to use the 100-mile torpedoes in conjunction with unmanned aerial systems that are launched off the ship to do reconnaissance.

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Meet the AutoNaut

May 14, 2015 - via MOST Submarine AutoNaut is the only vessel on the market which uses pitch and roll to propel herself forwards. The monohull has a draft of less than half a meter which reduces fouling and entanglement and increases efficiency; sensors mounted through the hull also have an uninterrupted view of the water column below. The hull is carefully designed so that in the event of capsize, she rights herself and carries on with her mission.

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House Boosts Funding for Underwater Tech

May 13, 2015 - via Office of Naval Research One of the items Forbes is trying to fund is the Fleet Modular Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle (FMAUV), "a rapid-development project to address emerging fleet capability needs,"

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Hydroid Announces AUV Training Schedule for 2015

May 12, 2015 - via Hydroid Five REMUS training courses planned for May through October

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