2022 has been an incredible year for our team! And while we can’t wait to see what adventures 2023 has in store, we are excited to review some of the best moments from this year.
AROWIND Project Launch
In February, we announce the AROWIND Project with Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, presenting an autonomous solution for offshore wind inspections that reduces vessel costs and personnel on-board.
In March, the Endurance22 expedition locates the famous wreck, and with Voyis laser scanner and stills camera, they are able to create a high resolution digital twin of the shipwreck.
IVER4 AUV Payload
In March, we debuted the IVER4 AUV Payload at Oceanology. A Recon AUV Payload to perfectly integrate with the L3Harris IVER4 AUV, containing our laser scanner and stills camera, Wavefront’s Solstice and EIVA NaviSuite Software.
Danish Navy Delivery
In April we confirmed the delivery of Voyis optical sensors to the Danish Navy, through vehicle manufacturer OceanScan. Our Recon AUV Payload was integrated to their LAUV for mine identification.
In June, we released our white paper: “Developing a Wide Area Colour Image Mapping System”, producing underwater imagery where the effects of the water medium are entirely removed. Enabling the use of photogrammetry and machine learning.
The New Insight Nano
In September the latest model in the Insight laser scanner family, the new Insight Nano, hit the market. Voyis releases the next generation of compact underwater laser scanning – with higher data resolution, faster data capture, and greater control than ever before.
IMAGE Project Launch
Voyis announces the IMAGE Project in November, with Cellula Robotics and Shift Environmental Technologies, funded through Fisheries and Ocean Canada. An AUV solution to monitor, manage, and educate in ocean management.
The New Perception Skid
This December we officially introduced the Perception ROV Skid. With our sister companies, EIVA and Sonardyne, we brought together optical sensors, navigational systems, and software, for autonomous ROV operations.
University of Southampton
In December we shared more details about the delivery to the University of Southampton. They acquired a portable AUV from Iqua Robotics, with integrated high-resolution laser scanner and stills camera system from Voyis.