December 2022 | Edition 9
Volume 65 Number 9
AUV sentry operating below the water surface. Photo by Luis Lamar/ ©Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The Latest Advancement in Deep Ocean Survey Vehicles — Teledyne Gavia’s SeaRaptor AUV
Photo credit: Greensea
The Edge of True Autonomy
OPENSEA Edge Is A Robot-Agnostic Edge Processing System For Vehicle-Based Autonomy, Perception, And Communications Based On The Open Architecture Of OPENSEA.
Image courtesy Voyis
Racing to the Bottom: Seabed Warfare Brings Threats, Opportunities
SBG Systems and MacArtney Germany
How to Choose the Best Inertial Solution for your Application and Accuracy Needs
All kinds of surveying, and more generally, oceanography and hydrography, need an inertial sensor. These solutions range from MRU to high-end INS/GNSS, and their selection shouldn’t be taken lightly. It is crucial to select the right sensor depending on the type of application and its needs.
Image courtesy HII
Interview: Duane Fotheringham, President of Mission Technologies’ Unmanned Systems business, HII
HII recently debuted the REMUS 620 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV). MTR caught up with Duane Fotheringham for furthers insights on the soft and hardware behind the new development.
Photo by Luis Lamar/ © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Submersible Technology Advances at Speed at WHOI
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is legendary for its subsea exploration and discovery. Central to its work are its fleet of crewed and uncrewed submersibles, and technological evolution is central to its missions. Andy Bowen, anocean engineer and director of the National Deep Submergence Lab, and Bruce Strickrott, an Alvin Pilot, discuss the WHOI fleet.
Photo Credit: Hydromea
Modular LUMA™ nodes enable high-bandwidth “WiFi” communication underwater
Photos from UTEC
A New Uncrewed Platform for Offshore Wind
Survey, positioning and data management firm UTEC, part of the Acteon Group, is targeting the offshore wind survey and inspection market with a new uncrewed surface vessel (USV).
Photo Credit: Silicon Sensing
A new generation in motion sensing for autonomous subsea vehicles
How AUV’s are evolving and how the next generation of inertial technology will help transform performance.
Photo courtesy Minesto
Subsea Vehicle Technology