MANTAS T38 Devil Ray unmanned surface vehicle during a demonstration April 17. U.S. Pacific Fleet’s UxS IBP 21, April 19-26, integrates manned and unmanned capabilities into the most challenging operational scenarios to generate warfighting advantages. This Devil Ray achieves speeds of 100+ kts and ranges of 3000+ nm.
Small, lightweight, high-performance, man-portable systems with all-day endurance. While the X-Class are primarily designed for harbour-based and near-shore operations, their impressive sea state capabilities mean they are capable ocean-going craft as well.
Harbour, Fleet and Medium Class
Sized between 7 and 15 meters, these larger ocean-going vessels have been designed for multi-day deployments, incredible performance and substantial payloads.
By continuously harvesting energy from the environment, Wave Gliders are able to travel long distances, hold station, and monitor vast areas without ever needing to refuel. A unique two-part architecture...
Remote System for Teledyne RDI StreamPro ADCP Stork Remote System (SRS) has designed a low-cost remote-controlled drone that allows TRDI StreamPro ADCP users to perform discharge measurements in streams, rivers...