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Liquid Robotics showcased its Wave Glider SV3 wave and solar powered USV/UUV at AAD 2014

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Defense Applications
A Liquid Robotics representative attending AAD 2014 told Navy Recognition that the Wave Glider SV3 is already in use with many navies around the world including the U.S. Navy (which has around 30 units), the Royal Australian Navy (which operates 6 of these unmanned vehicles), the Royal Norwegian Navy and even NATO.

The U.S. Navy deploys the Wave Glider SV3 for a number of missions including:
» Information Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR)
» Underwater Terrain Mapping
» Anti-submarine Warfare (ASW - The system is then fitted with a towed array)
» Underwater relay
» Data link relay

The Wave Glider SV3 can operate for years at sea with no fuel, including in severe weather (e.g. hurricanes or Sea State 8) which makes it a perfect persistent platform. Its average continuous speed is 2 knots which allows it to cover 100 nautical miles in 3 days. Its payload capacity is 45 Kg (100 lbs).

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2024

Edited by xav

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Marcus, merci pour la reponse, effectivement la densite de vols civils est plus touffue en europe.

 

Sympa le robot, quand il n'avance plus, c'est qu'il est temps de venir recolter les moules... ok c'est vendredi, je suis deja dehors :D

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Et, maintenant l'Harfang fait du CTM dans le cadre Armor avec Cdo Marine et GIGN http://t.co/GjFcK33OdL

— Philippe Top-Action (@top_force)

December 11, 2014

 

Prochain colloque du CESM : "Drones & Robots en mer" le 17 décembre à l'Ecole Militaire. http://t.co/pbhxFgM9VW pic.twitter.com/OtZd0CDMA0

— CESM (@CESMMarine)

December 11, 2014
Edited by Philippe Top-Force

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La firme britannique Ultra Electronics étudie une mini-bouée acosutique (au diamètre standard 12'' de l'US Navy, mais 2/3 plus courtes), qui pourrait être larguée en essaim soit depuis un drone MALE (tel que le MQ-4C "Triton" de Northrop-Grumman) soit depuis un drone-pod qui serait lui même largué depuis la soute d'un avion PATMAR (P-3C Orion, P-8A Poseïdon...) > CK1BxRiWEAAe92j.jpg:large

 

Source > http://i-hls.com/2015/07/new-sonobuoys-to-fit-on-uavs/

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