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AUV62-MR configuration

Platform: AUV62
Manufacturer: Saab Seaeye


The AUV62-MR System is a complete system, including integrated logistic support package components, configured to achieve cost-effective operation of the system for every kind of mission.

The system consists of:
AUV62-MR vehicle
Mission-planning and analysis unit (MPAU)
Battery recharging system
ILS package
Launch-and-recovery system

Fully autonomous behaviour
AUV62-MR operates with fully autonomous behaviour using advanced onboard sensors. The vehicle is programmed to follow a route of pre-defined waypoints, or adapted for sensor interaction while operating rule-based to solve a specific task within a pre-defined area. Obstacle avoidance and a high degree of positioning are examples of the advanced features of AUV 62.

 Mine detection and classification
The AUV62-MR is specially designed and equipped for military purposes with dual flank-array sonar and high-resolution gap-filler sonar. The modular design allows the user to adapt to the threat of the battlefield.

The modular design of the AUV 62, with swappable payloads, makes it a versatile vehicle for a variety of underwater missions, such as:

Bathymetrical data gathering
Sub-bottom profiling
Detection and tracking of subsurface installations
Environmental surveys

Physical Specs

  • Platform: AUV62
  • Body Type: Torpedo
  • Size (LxWxH): 7.00m x 0.53m x 0.53m
  • Body Size (LxWxH): 7.00m x 0.53m x 0.53m
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Weight: 1,000.00kg
  • Maximum Depth: 500.00 m
  • Dynamic Buoyancy: No
  • Self-Righting: Yes
  • Obstacle Avoidance: Yes
  • Endurance (nominal load): Information not available
  • Manufacturer Website: Link

Primary Missions

  • Mine Countermeasures
  • Seabed Mapping
  • Environmental Monitoring

Propulsion System

  • Method: Thrusters
  • DOF: 3
  • Hovering:
  • Nominal Speed: 3.00
  • Maximum Forward Speed: 10.30

Power System

  • Total Capacity: 0 Wh

Launch and Recovery

  • Crane

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