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Payload-? exible: ISE Explorer 6000 class and ISE 3000 R&D AUVs.

Photo Credit: International Submarine Engineering lay the communications cable of a Cold vey logistics with multiple AUVs is For ISE’s scalable AUVs and battery

War acoustic array on the seabed from a something that has been done,” says sections, it might not matter if payloads research station on an island to one on ISE business-development manager, change from cable hooks and naviga- an ice-? ow. Recently, another ISE AUV Phil Reynolds, in possible reference to tional aids to spectral cameras and sat- made headlines in Australia for taking AMOS’s networked AUVs. “Some pre- ellite- or drone launch equipment. For

University of Tasmania researchers on a liminary operations have taken place. OEMs in general, however, changing mission to survey the southern polar ice. That’s a trend we see. The ability to payloads — or combinations of multi- communicate not just acoustically but beam echosounders, side-scan sonars,

AUV network by other means to surface vessels and sub-bottom pro? lers, synthetic aper- “I think the ability to coordinate sur- satellites.” ture sonars, high-de? nition cameras,

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