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Mission Success in the Hands of Autonomy Innovations

The ability to deliver on the promise of autonomy goes beyond the execution of a single focused, geo-localized application. Rather, autonomous solutions need to be adaptable to different platforms, vehicles, sensors, payloads, and missions.

Mission Success in the Hands of Autonomy Innovations

Weathering the Storm: Multibeams Thrive in the World’s Harshest Conditions

The Tritech Gemini range of multibeam imaging sonars was designed to withstand the extremes this planet can bring with each product going through extensive testing and qualification to ensure they are the most robust sonars of their class in the industry.

Weathering the Storm: Multibeams Thrive in the World’s Harshest Conditions

SWOT Analysis: A Sea Change for Modern-Day Oceanography

Back in mid-December 2022, a mission led by NASA and the French space agency Centre National d'Études Spatiales (CNES) launched the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite into space, from where it will observe huge swathes of ocean and surface water in unprecedented detail.

SWOT Analysis: A Sea Change for Modern-Day Oceanography

The Future of Ghost Gear Looks Less Haunting with Side Scan Sonar Intervention

Ghost gear is lost or discarded fishing equipment—nets, ropes, and abandoned traps or pots—that continues to fish long after being lost or discarded, sometimes for years. The unfortunate result is the quiet killing of fish, turtles, lobster, crabs, and entangling mammals such as seals, whales, and dolphins.

The Future of Ghost Gear Looks Less Haunting with Side Scan Sonar Intervention

The Future of Navigation

Artificial intelligence (AI) and artificial neural networks (ANN) were conceptualized in the 1940s as automated systems inspired by the neural networks that constitute a biological brain. The system is based on “artificial neurons” that interconnect similarly to a biological system.

The Future of Navigation

The Future of Marine Robotics and Digital Twins

Despite having spent years in the Ocean Energy sector, we at GRi Simulations owe our soft hands and dry socks to having been in the ancillary world of ROV simulation, and this experience is what informs our perspective on this topic.

The Future of Marine Robotics and Digital Twins
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