HII Mission Technologies Newest Addition: The REMUS 130 UUV

Open Architecture and Modularity Minimize Cost and Risk

HII announced the newest third generation REMUS 130 unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), which is based on the highly successful REMUS UUV series. The REMUS 130 is designed to enhance underwater operations with maximum flexibility, advanced capabilities and innovative features including:

  • A compact, 2 person-portable design.
  • Effortless payload integration
  • Operational depths down to 100 metres.
  • An extended battery life up to 10 hours for sustained operations with easy field battery change.


The REMUS 100 vehicles are used for search areas, debris field mapping and topographic ocean floor mapping in water down to 100 m. The REMUS 130 features modern core electronics, navigation, and communications systems. The modular open architecture interfaces accommodate wet or dry payloads, including custom payloads developed by the user. The REMUS 130 is built to conduct various missions and operations including:

  • Data collection
  • Offshore energy exploration
  • Search and rescue
  • Mine countermeasure operations


Duane Fotheringham President of Mission Technologies’ Unmanned Systems business group said “The REMUS 130 is built on the same proven technology platforms as the REMUS 300 and offers customers a highly capable vehicle at reduced cost and risk. We are excited to introduce this latest generation of the REMUS 100 that will help drive commonality across the fleet and provide our customers with more flexibility to address their mission needs.”


BlueZone Group serves as the designated REMUS service centre in Australia, offering comprehensive support and services for REMUS vehicles since their debut in the country. Our team undergoes rigorous training by HII experts and remains updated on the latest technological advancements to ensure top-notch service delivery.


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HIIs announced the third generation REMUS 130 UUV Photo credit HII