Depth: 2,000 m
The TTV-290 Mid Tow vehicle is designed for hydrodynamic stability for side scan surveys and other applications down to 2000m. The stainless steel mid plate is a rigid platform for a combination of multi-beam and side scan sonars, sub-bottom ...
Depth: 1 m - 6,000 m
Seagliders are a range of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) or underwater gliders developed for continuous, long term measurement of oceanographic parameters. Rather than an electrically driven propeller, ...
Depth: 1 m - 3,500 m
Length 10.7 m Weight in Air 7.5 t Maximum Operating Depth 3,500 m Range 300 km Speed 4 knots(max),3 knots(cruising)
Depth: 1 m - 4,000 m
Using the HUGIN AUV for fishery research purposes The HUGIN Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) manufactured by Kongsberg Maritime is used for many offshore applications, including fisheries ...
Depth: 5 m - 300 m
A18-E is the imaging configuration of ECA Group A18 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle, AUV, family. IHO S44 compliant compliant, it is dedicated to hydrography, oceanography and REA. Deployed from surface ship, this system ...
Depth: 2 m - 600 m
SeaCat offers fully autonomous operations, with an experienced survey crew, delivering an outstanding performance. The system is designed for quick mobilization and easy set-up. This will allow the operator to focus on designing a survey ...
Depth: 30 m
SEA CHARIOT is an underwater vehicle suitable for commercial or military tasks to a maximum depth of 30meters. It can also be used for recreational purposes. This highly maneuverable submersible has been designed to carry three people, ...
Depth: 300, 100 m
The Aquabotix Integra Hybrid AUV/ROV revolutionizes underwater vehicle missions. Integra searches wide areas using AUV mode and conducts detailed inspections using ROV mode. Switching to ROV mode is simple; ...
Depth: 1 m - 4,500 m
The Bluefin-21 is a highly modular autonomous underwater vehicle able to carry multiple sensors and payloads at once. It boasts a high energy capacity that enables extended operations even at the greatest depths. The ...