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ECA GROUP Selects CTM and PATRIA to Supply Electromagnetic and Acoustic Modules for its Minesweeping Solution

15.09.2021
ECA GROUP has contracted CTM and PATRIA to supply two minesweeping subsystems that will be towed with its INSPECTOR 125-S Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV). The fully integrated solution will provide enhanced multi-influence minesweeping capabilities within the Mine Counter Measures replacement (rMCM) programme awarded by Belgium and the Netherlands to the Belgium Naval & Robotics consortium, composed of Naval Group and ECA GROUP.

Ocean Business is Back with an Unmissable FREE Training & Demo Programme

31.08.2021
Get hands on with the world’s leading ocean technology suppliers Ocean Business 2021, taking place from 12-14 October at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK, will once again bring the ocean technology community together with an exhibition of 300 companies from around the world. The show will be packed with live product demonstrations, giving visitors the opportunity to see equipment in action and ‘test drive’ products before they purchase.

Marine Advanced Robotics and Planck Aerosystems Announce Strategic Alliance

12.08.2021
Marine Advanced Robotics and Planck Aerosystems have established a strategic alliance to provide a multi-domain robotic team that includes an unmanned surface vessel (USV) equipped with a small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) that operate together for advanced mission profiles.

Forssea Completes FLOATGEN Floating Wind Turbine Subsea Survey

22.07.2021
Last June 2021, Forssea completed the underwater survey of FLOATGEN, a floating wind turbine anchored 12nm offshore from Le Croisic coast, in Pays de la Loire, France, on the SEM-REV sea test site operated by the École Centrale de Nantes (ECN).

The Rise of Underwater Robotics in Focus at Subsea UK Event

25.06.2021
Call for speakers now open for Subsea UK’s Underwater Robotics conference in October Subsea UK's annual Underwater Robotics conference will return this October with a live-streamed event demonstrating the latest advances in underwater robotic technology and exploring the opportunities and challenges of an autonomous future.

Kraken Announces CRADA on Pressure Tolerant Batteries with US Navy

11.06.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Kraken Robotic Systems Inc, has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (NSWCCD). Under the CRADA, the Battery Certification and Integration Branch, Code 636 of NSWC Carderock, will test Kraken’s pressure tolerant lithium-ion batteries. The testing is expected to take four months to complete and is expect to start in calendar Q3 of this year.

Blue Robotics Introduces a New Brand and Line of Underwater Penetrators: WetLink and the WetLink Penetrator

08.06.2021
Torrance based Blue Robotics announced their newest concept and product, the WetLink family of products and the WetLink Penetrator. The WetLink Penetrator (WLP) is Blue Robotics’ next-generation solution for low-cost, high pressure, high reliability sealing of electrical cables as they pass into enclosures or other devices. It’s rated to a depth of 950 meters (3,116 feet) and compared to subsea connectors or penetrators, the WLP is a fraction of the cost while offering validated reliability. The first size of the WLP product is available now for $12 each and compatible with 6.0-6.5mm cable diameters.

2G Robotics Announces New Name (Voyis) and Leadership Team

08.06.2021
Leading subsea laser and imaging provider 2G Robotics has rebranded to Voyis and confirmed a new leadership team.

Blueye Robotics releases its next-generation ROV with support for external equipment

07.06.2021
Blueye Robotics launches the X3, its third Blueye ROV model. Three Guest Ports open up endless possibilities for connecting external peripherals such as sonars, manipulators, sensors, cameras and lights. The tight integration with Blueye's user-upgradeable Blunux operating system makes the X3 both future-proof and easy-to-use.

Kraken and SH Defense Sign Cooperation Agreement for Containerized MCM Solutions

07.06.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce that it has signed a cooperation agreement with SH Defense (SHD) of Denmark covering the design and sale of containerized mine countermeasure and other subsea surveillance sensor and robotic solutions.


Kraken Receives Order to Equip 2nd Teledyne Gavia SeaRaptor AUV with AquaPix® SAS Sonar

01.06.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce a second purchase order for 6000-meter rated AquaPix® MINSAS 120 sonars from Teledyne Gavia. While we cannot provide the specific amount of these orders to Kraken, they total between $1.75 and $2.0 million. Kraken expects to fulfill these orders in 2021.

Remote Offshore Rescue Service among Robotics Backed by UK Government

27.05.2021
UK offshore wind workers could be kept safe using a remotely operated search and rescue service, thanks to a project backed by £7 million of government support. This project is one of 38 business-led projects which will receive funding to accelerate their robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The projects are part of UK Research and Innovation’s robots for a safer world challenge.

Saipem Hydrone-R Wins OTC Spotlight on New Technology Award

26.05.2021
Saipem has been conferred the 2021 Spotlight on New Technology® Award by Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) for its Hydrone-R Underwater Intervention Drone (UID). OTC, one of the world’s leading energy events, will be held from 16-19 August in Houston, Texas.

Sonardyne Unveils ‘Operate-anywhere’ Portable Shallow-water Tracking System

24.05.2021
Energy, defence and science technology company Sonardyne has launched a new, entirely portable configuration of its shallow water Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) system Micro-Ranger 2.

Tethys Robotics Integrates Reach Alpha Grabber For Military EOD And Search & Rescue

21.05.2021
Tethys Robotics is an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) developer founded by Christian Engler and fellow pioneering ETH Zurich students in 2019. Tethys aims to push boundaries for underwater exploration in Switzerland, where large waterways including lakes and rivers are abundant, as well as contribute to the countries hydroelectric industry. Since Tethys launched with their flagship vehicle, the ‘SCUBA 2.0’ they have found further success with the recent release of ‘Proteus’, an omnidirectional ROV appointed with a stereo camera, depth sensor, IMU, SBL and sonar, certified to 300m depths.

Kraken Receives Order for AquaPix® Sonar from AUV Manufacturer

20.05.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce that it has received an order for a 3000-meter rated AquaPix MINSAS 120 Synthetic Aperture Sonar from an American autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) manufacturer. The contract value is $0.5 million and delivery to the customer is expected in 2021. Since March of this year, Kraken has received orders for AquaPix MINSAS 120 Synthetic Aperture Sonars from customers in the US, Europe, and Australia for integration onto three different AUV platforms.

Helix Robotics Solutions has completed its second campaign on the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm

11.05.2021
Helix Robotics Solutions has completed its second campaign of the trenching of the inter array cables on the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm in Scotland.

Kraken to Equip New AUV Customer with AquaPix® Sonar and SeaPower® Batteries

29.04.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc. (TSX-V: PNG, OTCQB: KRKNF), Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce new purchase orders for a 6000-meter rated AquaPix® MINSAS 120 sonar and SeaPower® batteries totalling over $1.2 million from a new AUV customer. Due to customer confidentiality, Kraken cannot provide more details at this time. The Company expects to fulfill these orders in 2021.
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