C & C Technologies, Inc., the worldwide leader in deepwater autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) operations, announces that its AUV fleet has completed over 240,000 kilometers of deepwater mapping since beginning commercial operations in January 2001.
L-3 Klein is pleased to announce that our recently introduced UUV 3500 Side Scan Sonar manufactured for the AUV, UUV and ROV market is right on target. To date, L-3 Klein is already integrated into a number of AUV's and UUV's. The integration of the Klein UUV 3500 into any Underwater Vehicle is quick and simplistic in that it was designed for this sole purpose with design input from both the AUV and UUV manufacturers and end users. Their requests were straight forward – stellar imaging, reliability, small, low power consumption, low cost and Bathymetry data would be nice. Klein has attained these requests.
Oceanscience recently waved goodbye to the 50th UnderwayCTD system off the production line. Since the introduction of the Series II UnderwayCTD in 2009, the prospect of research quality CTD profiling to over 500m while fully underway has led to several unique research opportunities.
EIVA released NaviModel 3.2, its DTM modeling package that now comes in a full 64 bit version. This release takes full advantage of all your hardware, including parallel processing and additional memory. This official release replaces the successful '225' released in March.
Markey Machinery Company announced that it is under contract to supply Scripps Institution of Oceanography (La Jolla, California, USA) with advanced deck equipment used to conduct scientific investigations using Conductivity, Temperature & Depth (CTD) Rosette samplers.
CSA International Inc, an environmental survey company working in the Gulf of Mexico, has become the first organisation in the world to purchase a new, 'calibration-free' acoustic positioning system launched by Sonardyne International Ltd. The GyroUSBL integrates Sonardyne's Lodestar Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) and sixth generation (6G) Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) transceiver into a single unit and was shown to offer significant operational benefits during a deep water ROV survey carried out this summer.
Highlighting the continued demand for precision pointing and stabilization as well as affordable, accurate navigation in a growing number of military and commercial applications, KVH Industries, Inc., today announced that it has produced its 50,000th fiber optic gyro (FOG).