Unmanned Surface

  • 2528 Qume Dr. Suite #11
    San Jose, CA 95131
    Tel:  (408) 436-1102
    Email: sales@deepocean.com
    Web: www.deepocean.com

    Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. is a technology-based engineering and manufacturing company that provides Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) solutions.  Deep Oceans Engineering’s ROV and USV systems have been utilized in a broad range of industr: security, military, nuclear and hydroelectric power plants, inshore dams and lakes, oil and gas, scientific research, fisheries, salvage, broadcast filming, and pipeline inspections.  Originally based in San Leandro, Calif., Deep Ocean now resides in San Jose, Calif., the heart of Silicon Valley.
     
    The Tech:
    Deep Ocean recently introduced its new line of Unmanned Surface Vehicles, the I-1650 and the H-1750.  These vehicles have the ability to transmit data and be controlled up to 2km away via a dedicated WiFi connection. Not only is it’s range impressive, but with the flip of a switch, the vehicle can run on autonomous mode and steer a predetermined course for hydrographic surveys, port security, or object detection.

    (As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

  • of unmanned marine systems, pushing the boundaries of autonomous technology. With a team of 40 people, ASV have designed and built more than 50 Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) which operate globally in the commercial and military sectors. The Profile Committed to building advanced, innovative unmanned

  • Vessels) Ltd. for very long endurance autonomous data gathering the 3.5m AutoNaut also harvests solar energy at sea to power its electronics.  The new unmanned surface vessel (USV) uses motion from the ocean to propel itself, silently, with stability and zero emissions. Fresh back from sea trials with AutoNaut

  • technology patent-pending OPENSEA software platform, Greensea has transformed vehicles into fully integrated systems across the marine industry – manned, unmanned, surface, subsea. Using the OPENSEA operating platform, Greensea has developed commercially available navigation and control products that are flexible

  • Unmanned Warrior exercise held in the fall of 2016. Thales demonstrated its capability through the Watchkeeper Unmanned Aircraft System, the Halcyon Unmanned Surface Vehicle and its collaborative work in the field of unmanned command and control research. Watchkeeper, currently in service with the British Army

  • industry. Since then, it has continued to advance this technology. Along with its sister company Autonomous Surface Vehicles, Ltd., C & C offers unmanned surface vehicles for both the military and commercial markets. C & C has developed a cutting edge surveying instrument, the C-Surveyor VI. The device

  • Locked and Loaded for Hydrographic Missions In recent years, the proliferation of unmanned surface vessels deployed for hydrographic missions has mushroomed as the collaborative effects of propulsion, software and sensor technologies has cumulatively made these vessels, large and small, more capable for a

  • quality of its products and, most importantly, for delivering solutions and services on time and to specification. ASV has supplied over 30 different Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) for a wide range of tasks.  Its products are in service with the UK MoD, government organizations, defense primes and several navies

  • systems and state-of-the art positioning and orientation systems into a complete, turnkey product. Its EchoBoat-ASV is an extremely capable unmanned surface vehicle designed for larger payload applications such as dual-frequency and multibeam echosounders as well as ADCP and side scan sonar systems

  • Antarctica. So summarize the company’s offering today.     We produce and sell the Wave Glider. It’s the world’s first wave and solar propelled, Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV).  What is important is we’re at the surface of the ocean.  We are able to persistently collect and communicate data at the boundary

  • U.K. Government-backed SBRI Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASV) won the second phase of the recent SBRI competition to develop a Long Endurance Marine Unmanned Surface Vehicle (LEMUSV).  Run by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the Defense, Science and Technology Laboratories (Dstl) the competition

  • in engineering and designing inspection class underwater and surface drones, including its full line of Phantom remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and unmanned surface vehicles (USV).   Recently, Deep Ocean Engineering introduced the Phantom T5 Defender, an ROV equipped with an Explosive Ordinance Disposal

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    1976 be able to launch and recover boats and able to perform a range of missions in said the Coast Guard needs at least three aircraft, both manned and unmanned, a very inhospitable environment. The heavy icebreakers to provide the ability USCGC Polar Sea (WAGB 11) and perform virtually all of the Coast

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    SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER the region. The Coast Guard is the sole to man, and there are signi? cant natu- economic investments with every Arctic Urgent requirement provider and operator of the U.S. polar ral resources there,” said Coast Guard nation in key strategic areas, such as oil

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    . www.schottel.de Marakeb Technologies Delivers Unmanned Drive Marakeb Technologies recently in- tegrated its autonomous solution into an Unmanned Surface Ves- sel project. A 16 foot work vessel now operates autonomously us- ing Marakeb’s patented device, the MAP Pro. Autonomous operations Sennebogen

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    CAD/CAM SOFTWARE Software Tools for Propeller Professionals TrueProp is software for propeller inspection devices, assisting propeller manufacturers and repair shops to identify damage, repair and tune propellers to improve performance and save fuel. By Adam Kaplan aving the right tools for the

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    Lower Stress = Reduced Accidents Because of the FASST Winder’s design requires less effort and engages other muscle groups, the winch allows for four times less back stress and reduces shoulder stress by half, compared to the ratchet model, according to a third-party report. In a nutshell, the FASST

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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS “If the Agile 4Marine does not f nd any other connection than satellite, only then will it select satellite. But, if a cellular connection is found, it will re- evaluate and switch over from satellite back to cellular.” – Sheryar Wahid, Agile’s Co-Founder and Chief Technical

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    AND POSITIONING IMAGING AND METROLOGY OCEAN OBSERVATION AND SENSING MARINE POLLUTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS DATA INTERPRETATION AND AI UNMANNED VEHICLES AND VESSELS OCEAN ICT CONNECTING THE GLOBAL OCEAN TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITY SOURCE LEARN the latest products and innovative services about

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    Tech MTR White Papers: Manipulator Arms and Tools Gallery Oceanographic Autonomous Navigation GNSS MEMS Fiber Optic Cables, Connectors & Slip Unmanned Vehicle Propulsion Rings White Paper Electronic Edition Publication Date: Marine Drones Event Distribution February 2020 Hydrographic Sonar &

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    Monitoring by comparing this to the eelgrass beds shown in purple (in the Gathering water quality data with an unmanned vessel im- right image), it looks like the turbidity is highest where there proves our understanding of the DKP embayment, and helps is no eelgrass. us understand how human actions and

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    chlorophyll values in the tists, the mission was a ? rst step at using a moving sensor on shallower areas of the bays. Higher values are darker. an unmanned vessel in a large, complicated embayment. The images above show chlorophyll and turbidity. Turbid- • Data: The YSI sensor and the SeaTrac ASV provided

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    Monitoring On-Demand, Continuous Eelgrass Monitoring By Alessandra Bianchi The Challenge the clean seawater coming in as the tide rises and then the Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is a valuable coastal habitat in discharge from the estuaries as the tide goes out. Massachusetts, forming a complex underwater

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    was derived from the In- These touched upon unmanned systems, Improved Observations: The ocean novation day activities and associated especially unmanned surface vessels observation community should make community white papers. The other (USVs), remote sensing, cabled sys- strides to incorporate additional

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    new conference aimed to further align the technologies such as in situ sensors as science, technology, and capacity of well as platforms including unmanned ocean observing to address growing vehicles and drifting ? oats. Several societal needs. Prior to the confer- new products intended to reduce

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    Case Study Plastics in the Ocean Photo: © Alejandro/AdobeStock Plastics in Marine Sediment An explosion since WWII he amount of plastic fragments in Santa Barbara The study is the ? rst of its kind in that it examined accumula- Basin sediments has been increasing exponentially tion of plastic over time

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    Exhibition Preview Oceanology International Photo: Oceanology International Oi2020: A Preview ith 50 years of expertise, Oceanology Interna- trials were demonstrated in the Royal Victoria Dock. Exhibi- tional is the world’s largest ocean technology tors included companies specializing in a wide range of

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    then at DLR (Germany) and released the new Blue? n-12 autono- CSIRO (Australia), SDB’s potential A T-bar mini-penetrometer for ex- mous unmanned underwater vehicle to create a continuous-ly updated clusive in-? eld seabed strength pro? l- AUV at DSEI 2019, another evolu- global database

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    contributor At Just Innovation Inc. he supports clients technology writer based in Dublin. to MarineLink publications for the past with a focus on unmanned systems. two years. He has extensive experience working on legislative and public policy Maslin issues, both at the state and federal levels. Elaine

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    suggests, Research Vessel technology is front and center this month. Nicole Ventimiglia While much focus and attention, justi? ably, is centered on unmanned autonomous sys- nicole@marinelink.com tems, the research vessel remains a staple in the study of our world’s waterways. We start Corporate Staff on

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