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Uncrewed and Remote Technology

Working in partnership with the technology developers, we continually assess the latest remote and uncrewed platforms and through testing, in-house development and innovation, customise and improve these platforms to meet the needs of our clients. Where there are gaps in capability existing technologies have not addressed, our development team work to design the solution from scratch. 
Since 2019, we've invested more every year in improving uncrewed technology pre-commercialisation, as we believe the responsibility to work towards a greener future is a shared one.
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Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Longer endurance

Larger uncrewed platforms give true offshore and ocean-going capability. 

Sensors capable of data collection in deeper water, including full-ocean depth, can be deployed from larger USVs and remotely controlled from our Remote Operations Centre. These larger systems can be used for long-duration monitoring campaigns with fewer port calls, providing a highly efficient method for acquiring ocean data.

Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Replacement of conventional vessels

For certain types of offshore projects, a large vessel is nothing more than a floating hotel, housing the people needed to acquire, process, and deliver subsea data. 

With advancements in communication technology, those people can be moved ashore, and remotely operated vessels can be deployed to carry the same types of scientific sensors across oceans.

This is not yet the case for all offshore data acquisition, but as we push technological advancements, we will replace more and more conventional ships across the world with cheaper, safer, and greener uncrewed platforms.

Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Force multiplication and project augmentation

USVs with high sea-state capability, or those with the ability to be deployed and recovered from a conventional mothership, can be used to provide force multiplication for large offshore data acquisition.

We can deploy USVs to acquire data in shallower waters, or with particular sensors, while conventional vessels carry out complex tasks that need human involvement, leading to efficiency gains and potential reduction in campaign length.