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    MARIDAN, originally founded in 1993, was one of the pioneers of  Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) technology. In 2004, the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK and MARIDAN combined their forces to make best use...
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    EvoLogics is a Germany-based high-tech enterprise.  EvoLogics promotes the implementation of innovative concepts of bionic research, a focus on such as underwater modem, acoustic modem,...
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    KONGSBERG MARITIME FAST FACTS Key information including business activities, market segments, manufacturing locations, ownership, number of employees, operating revenues, etc. Rolls-Royce...
  • News - 17 Jul 2012
    In the last few years, Navy scientists, along with research institutions around the world, have been engineering resilient robots for minesweeping and other risky underwater missions. The ultimate...
  • News - 29 Nov 2010
    Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, Germany, under the leadership of Dr. Thomas Rauschenbach, are researching on a cost-effective autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for various...
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    International Submarine Engineering Ltd. (ISE) is a world leader in the design and integration of autonomous and remotely operated robotic vehicles and terrestrial robotics. The company has evolved a...
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    New Zealand Ocean Technology Ltd offer comprehensive Engineering and Commercial experience in the areas of Undersea Defence and Ocean Science.We are experienced in Sonar, Autonomous Underwater...
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    The HUGIN 1000 Autonomous underwater vehicle - AUV is capable of performing high-speed surveys with excellent navigation and payload data quality down to a depth of 1000 meters.
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    Stone Aerospace is a Texas-based company dedicated to developing smart tools and systems needed to explore today’s frontiers (both space and underwater), to survive and work on the frontier, to...
  • News - 11 Nov 2021
    A grant by the National Science Foundation to researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and Syracuse University aims to open new avenues of robotic study of coral reefs by...