Spatial Integrated Systems, Inc (SIS) and Cambridge Pixel complete major integration efforts on small and large autonomous surface vessels (ASVs) for U.S. Navy trials
Tag Archives : USV
09 Jul 2020
Elbit Systems is expanding the operational capabilities of the Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) beyond Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Mines Countermeasure (MCM). Trials conducted in recent weeks were dedicated to the integration of a mini-Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), onboard the Seagull USV, further enhancing its intelligence gathering capabilities.
02 Jul 2020
According to a pre-contract information notice (PIN) issued on June 26, the UK MoD is seeking to procure three Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) to conduct mine warfare missions from Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV). for the Mine and Hydrographic Capability (MHC) program.
30 Jun 2020
Sealartec, an innovative technology startup company has conducted full sea trials for its ground-breaking robotic launch and recovery system.
29 Jun 2020
On May 23, a new contractual milestone was reached as part of the Belgian-Dutch Mine Counter Measure (MCM) program: Exactly one year after notification of the contract in 2019, the program successfully passed the "Systems Functional Review" phase.
24 Jun 2020
The first crewless Pacific 24 unmanned surface vessel (USV) for general duties with the Royal Navy has been launched, ready for trials to see how it – and similar craft – might fit into the ‘fleet of tomorrow’.
08 Jun 2020
Elbit Systems UK completed a series of Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) trials with the UK MoD.
06 Jun 2020
Ghost Fleet Overlord test vessels continue to inform and accelerate the U.S. Navy’s Large and Medium Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) programs
27 May 2020
Marine robotics company, Sonardyne International Ltd. has demonstrated technologies that will aid autonomous vehicle operations in challenging environments under a project funded by the UK’s national Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA).
07 May 2020
The U.S. Navy's future unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) family of systems will set a new standard for navigating in hazardous environments, operating with minimal human control and executing missions further from port than previously imagined.