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How the future of optical sensors will enhance navigation

The ocean sector has a clear emerging vision for underwater exploration – uncrewed surface vessels deploying autonomous subsea platforms. Which would reduce the cost of deployment and access to remote regions, for survey companies, research institutes and global...

Colour Imaging Series: Data Processing Software

Ocean surveyors have historically relied on subsea video cameras deployed in underwater vehicles for environmental monitoring, general inspection, and underwater situational awareness. But the operating mechanism of “video” significantly limits the ability of advanced...

Colour Imaging Series: Imaging System Configurability

Colour Imaging blog series: this edition will focus on the configurability of our products & simplified integration into all subsea vehicles

Building the Great Map 2022

Click here to register today and attend the event! Glosapalooza is a chance for observers of all sorts to hear the latest from the Great Lakes Observing System, be inspired for what’s next, and connect with other water data lovers. Glosapalooza is made up of four...

Danish Navy Mine Identification with Voyis and LAUV’s

The Project In January 2022 the first of several LAUV units were delivered to the naval base of Frederikshavn, Denmark. This delivery is part of the recently signed agreement between OCEANSCAN-MST, a Portuguese manufacturer of Lightweight Autonomous Underwater...

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