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Hybrid Underwater Vehicles Optimized for Expeditionary Missions

Expeditionary maritime operations remain a critical aspect of naval operations across the globe. The dynamic geo-political landscape, coupled with the pace of technological advancement, and a growing set of budgetary challenges are driving naval leaders to develop novel concepts of operations to tackle increasingly complex undersea operations with fewer resources.

Hybrid Underwater Vehicles Optimized for Expeditionary Missions

New Cost-Effective Multibeam Sonar for Compact USV

EvoLogics, a German provider of underwater communication and positioning systems, continues to make waves in the marine robotics industry with their Sonobot 5 Uncrewed Surface Vehicle (USV).

New Cost-Effective Multibeam Sonar for Compact USV

Optimizing High Resolution Surveys with AUVs

The opening of offshore wind development lease blocks on both the east and west coasts of the United States has created significant demand for marine geophysical surveys. The schedule pressures and escalating costs felt by offshore wind developers and their partner electric utilities is quite real, and increased demand for high resolution geophysical (HRG) surveys in the oil and gas industry only place further constraints on survey asset and crew availability.

Optimizing High Resolution Surveys with AUVs

Increasing the Pace of Ocean Exploration Through Multi-Vehicle Collaboration

The Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute (OECI) Technology Challenge, which took place from May 6 – 22, 2022 in the Pacific Ocean, set out to test collaborative capabilities of multiple uncrewed vessels for ocean exploration expeditions, with the aim of increasing the pace of ocean exploration and finding ways of improving exploration efficiency.

Increasing the Pace of Ocean Exploration Through Multi-Vehicle Collaboration

Uncrewed Ocean Data Solutions

Whether in the name of scientific discovery, offshore exploration, or maritime awareness, ocean professionals are calling for new and practical ways to acquire, process, and analyze increasingly diverse and robust ocean data sets.

Uncrewed Ocean Data Solutions

Frozen in Time: National Marine Sanctuary Researchers Discover Lost Shipwreck Ironton

Researchers from NOAA, the state of Michigan, and Ocean Exploration Trust have discovered an intact shipwreck resting hundreds of feet below the surface of Lake Huron. Located within NOAA's Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, the shipwreck has been identified as the sailing ship Ironton. Magnificently preserved by the cold freshwater of the Great Lakes for over a century, the 191-foot Ironton rests upright with its three masts still standing.

Frozen in Time: National Marine Sanctuary Researchers Discover Lost Shipwreck Ironton
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