A fleet of marine robots that can tackle complex offshore tasks, part of a recently completed, ground-breaking project funded by Innovate UK, is poised to change approaches to ocean exploration.
SEA-KIT International has unveiled a proprietary vessel control system that harnesses the latest technological advances to enhance the capability of its commercially successful vessel designs.
Nauticus Robotics, Inc. (“Nauticus” or the “Company”), a developer of ocean robots and artificial intelligence for autonomous services to the offshore industries, today announced its entry into a service contract with Shell plc (“Shell”).
Nauticus Robotics, Inc. (“Nauticus” or the “Company”), a developer of ocean robots using artificial intelligence for data collection and intervention services, is set to join the Russell Microcap® Index at the conclusion of the 2023 Russell indexes annual reconstitution, effective after the US market opens on June 26, according to a preliminary list of additions posted May 19.
Advanced Navigation, the world’s most determined innovator in AI robotics and navigation technology, will debut the underwater docking capability of its micro autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), Hydrus at ICRA 2023 in London, United Kingdom.
Advanced Navigation, the world’s most determined innovator in artificial intelligence (AI) for robotic and navigation technologies, is announcing the largest subsea robotics facility in Australia, located in Balcatta, Western Australia.
Award-winning vessel monitoring and control solutions provider, Reygar, has won InnovateUK funding to develop a range of new features for its successful BareFLEET product in collaboration with Singapore-based designer, builder, owner and operator of high-speed aluminium craft, Penguin International Limited.
AN INNOVATIVE collaborative project which will see the development of a world-first underwater robot to repair a damaged ship’s hull while still in transit has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award.
SEA-KIT International’s Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) Maxlimer has returned from an initial survey mission inside the caldera of the Hunga-Tonga Hunga-Ha'apai (HT–HH) volcano carrying a plethora of data and imagery to fill important gaps in current understanding and knowledge of the seamount and water above it.
Despite the distinct smell of chlorine and roped-off lanes at the Eppley Recreation Center, the student teams huddled along the edges of the pool aren't here for any ordinary swim meet.