Sonardyne Tests Navigation Systems for Autonomous Surface Vehicles for UK MOD

Sonardyne Tests Navigation Systems for Autonomous Surface Vehicles for UK MOD

Guest post: Miss Elaine Maslin, Sonardyne International Ltd.

 

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).

Working with a 12 m-long SEA-KIT X class unmanned surface vehicle (USV), Sonardyne tested and validated sensors already used by unmanned underwater vehicles for use on USVs in support of missions in coastal waters.

“By integrating SPRINT-Nav onto a USV, such as SEA-KIT, we have shown we can overcome this challenge, providing a continuous and resilient navigation in denied environments capability that will be ideally suited to challenging operations such as mine-counter measures (MCM)”

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SONARDYNE TESTS NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

 

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