Remus Technology

  • 6 Benjamin Nye Circle,
    Pocasset, Mass. 02559
    T: +1 508-563-6565
    E: glester@hydroid.com
    W: http://www.hydroid.com
    CEO/President: Duane Fotheringham



    Facility: 40,000-sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility – opened October 2014
    Square Footage: 40,000-sq. ft.
    Testing Capabilities: The new facility features a testing tank and pressurized water chamber. The tanks are used for ballasting vehicles and ensuring that the systems are ready for at-sea testing. Hydroid also utilizes two boats for testing. The larger boat is equipped with a launch system.
    No. of Employees: 148

    Part of Kongsberg Maritime’s AUV Group, Hydroid is the world’s most trusted manufacturer of advanced Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). REMUS AUVs provide innovative and reliable full-picture systems for the marine research, defense, hydrographic and commercial offshore/energy markets. REMUS vehicles are the most advanced, diversified and field-proven AUVs in the world. REMUS AUVs are combat-proven AUVs in operation with the U.S. Navy.

    The Company

    Historically, the sheer magnitude of the ocean has made comprehensive exploration unfeasible. Hydroid is helping to change that with its full-picture REMUS AUVs. These unmanned underwater robots offer a flexible alternative to surface vessels. They can glide along the surface, dive to deep depths, explore shallow waters or hover in hazardous areas where navigation is difficult. Hydroid AUVs have reduced the high costs of ocean exploration and sampling while increasing the availability, quality and quantity of scientific marine data. Using Hydroid AUVs for undersea mine reconnaissance has helped save lives by eliminating human divers from mine fields, and the customizable robots have helped solve plane and ship disaster mysteries. Hydroid AUVs also provide scientists data on pressing global issues including climate change, the world’s declining fish population and environmental disasters. As leader of the team that originally developed the REMUS AUV at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), Hydroid founder Christopher von Alt’s knowledge of the intricate technology has been integral to the products’ development and widespread adoption. After years of fabricating and developing the REMUS vehicle at WHOI, in 2001 von Alt co-founded Hydroid, creating an independent company to commercially manufacture, support and further develop the REMUS systems. In 2008 Hydroid was acquired by the Norwegian technology conglomerate Kongsberg Gruppen. Now, a subsidiary of Kongsberg Maritime, Hydroid is recognized as a leader in the maritime industry.

    The Tech

    The REMUS AUV is the culmination of 16 years of leading-edge R&D and boasts a proven track record for highly reliable and consistent field operations. REMUS AUVs are offered in three vehicle classes: The man-portable REMUS 100 (depth rated to 100m); the highly versatile, modular REMUS 600 (depth rated to 600m or 1500m); and the REMUS 6000 (depth rated to 6,000M), a deep-water workhorse. All REMUS AUVs are built on a common technology base incorporating the intuitive vehicle interface program (VIP); this keeps vehicle maintenance, mission planning, checkout, data analysis and cross-vehicle training seamless across the model line. The vehicles differ by size, endurance and payload sensor configurations. The vehicles can be equipped with many different instruments, depending on the model and the intended use. This includes advanced GPS-aided inertial navigation; Doppler velocity log; acoustic fish trackers; varying sensors; nitrate and nutrient analyzers; conductivity and temperature monitors; radiometers; side scan sonar; bathymetry; bottom-mapping, echo sounder, forward-looking sonar; video camera module; turbidity sensors; and electronic still camera with strobe and magnetometers.
    All vehicles incorporate embedded software. Hydroid’s R&D efforts have focused on enabling AUVs to operate multiple payload sensors simultaneously, enabling the real advantage AUVs offer over traditional survey methods.
     

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  • (AUV) group since its acquisition by Norwegian technology conglomerate Kongsberg Gruppen in 2008 – is a manufacturer of AUVs, including its signature REMUS vehicles. Hydroid founder Christopher von Alt’s knowledge of the intricate technology has been integral to the products’ development and widespread

  • Part of Kongsberg Maritime’s AUV Group, Hydroid is a trusted manufacturer of advanced Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). REMUS AUVs provide innovative and reliable full-picture systems for the marine research, defense, hydrographic and commercial offshore/energy markets. REMUS vehicles are advanced

  • - scheduled for completion - Spring 2014 Part of Kongsberg Maritime’s AUV Group, Hydroid is a manufacturer of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). REMUS AUVs provide innovative and reliable full-picture systems for the marine research, defense, hydrographic and commercial offshore/energy markets. The

  • environmental parameters. The sampling system combines three cutting edge technologies—an adapted Suspended Particulate Rosette (SUPR) multi-sampler, a REMUS autonomous underwater vehicle equipped with sensors, and identification of organisms by DNA barcode analysis. The main objectives of the study were

  • . The HUGIN AUV System from Kongsberg Maritime has been adopted by navies across Europe and also as far as India. Hydroid, a Kongsberg company, produces REMUS AUV systems for the US Navy, The Royal Navy in the UK and many others. Can you provide details on specific vehicle(s) for the global military markets

  • has been the introduction of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) into regular deployment by the Navy. The MK 18 Mod 2, a specialized version of the REMUS 600 AUV built by Hydroid, Inc. in Pocasset, Mass., is currently used for MCM operations by the U.S. Navy 5th Fleet in their area of responsibility

  • and battery replacement. Mills, Kongsberg The Kongsberg Maritime AUV portfolio includes the HUGIN and MUNIN vehicles manufactured in Norway; the REMUS vehicles produced by Hydroid, a Kongsberg Maritime subsidiary in Massachusetts, and the Seaglider made by Kongsberg Underwater Technology Inc. based

  • is no easy task, especially at depths greater than 5,000 meters. Aiding Vulcan’s team is a 6,000-meter-rated autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), the REMUS 6000, manufactured by Kongsberg Maritime subsidiary Hydroid Inc., which gathered sonar data to locate the USS Indianapolis.   Used regularly in commercial

  • . Kongsberg is also a strength of our brand. We have a complimentary vehicle line with the vehicles at Kongsberg (Hugin), the vehicles of Hydroid, the REMUS line, and our sister company out in Seattle is now building the Sea Glider. We also have sensors and integration that can bring together what we

  • also a leader in the field of underwater cameras and AUV development, counting several navies and the world’s leading survey companies as customers of its REMUS and HUGIN AUV. HUGIN,a key technology development area since 1990, is used for a variety of civilian and military applications.   (As published

  • in the field of underwater cameras and AUV development, counting several navies and the world’s leading survey companies as customers of its Seaglider, REMUS, HUGIN and MUNIN AUVs.  HUGIN has been a key technology development area since 1990 and is used for a variety of civilian and military applications

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