Liquid robotics provides wave glider technology. The wave glider is a configurable platform designed to support a wide variety of sensor payloads. Customers can install their own payloads or liquid robotics can integrate them.
The Wave Glider is our flagship product, allowing dozens of applications and missions never before possible. Wave Gliders are not anchored to the ocean floor, allowing for autonomous transportion, controlled via simple-to-use software. The modular payload bay makes swapping monitoring equipment easy and efficient. Wave Glider is our core navigation, communication and control module.
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UT Austin Marine Science Professor Wins Liquid Robotics PacX Challenge Grand Prize
Maritime Congressional Hearing Highlights Potential of Unmanned Technologies
Wave Glider Unmanned Autonomous Surface Vehicle Wins Guinness World Record
Liquid Robotics’ Hybrid Wave and Solar Propelled Unmanned Surface Vehicle to be Showcased at IMDEX 2013
Liquid Robotics Introduces Hybrid Wave and Solar Propelled Unmanned Ocean Robot
Liquid Robotics Acquires Additional Investment to Meet Increasing Demand for Ocean Monitoring Services
Liquid Robotics’ Papa Mau Wave Glider Covers 9,000 Miles across the Pacific
Wave Powered Autonomous Marine Robot Transmits Weather Data during Hurricane Sandy
Liquid Robotics’ Autonomous Marine Robot Defeats Hurricane Isaac
BP Supports Liquid Robotics’ PacX Challenge
Liquid Robotics’ Unmanned Wave Powered Vehicles Break World Record for Distance
Liquid Robotics Named as One of the World's 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2012
Liquid Robotics Launches Four Unmanned Ocean Vehicles on Journey Across Pacific Ocean
Liquid Robotics Invites Worldwide Participation for the Pacific Crossing Grand Challenge
Wave Glider from Liquid Robotics Wins Gulfstream Navigator Award for 2011
Liquid Robotics Introduces Wave Gliders to Collect Oceanographic Data
Liquid Robotics Creates Robot Powered by Waves and Solar Energy
Liquid Robotics Receives Funding Worth $18 Million
Liquid Robotics Receives WSJ’s Technology Innovation Award
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