Station keeping or mobile data collection for up to 12 months with no fuel, emission, or crew
Add new sensors and software capabilities. Integrate and operate with other systems
Over 1 million nautical miles traveled to date with operations through doldrums and hurricanes/typhoons
Navigate or re-task based on mission goals or constraints
Provides immediate situational awareness and accelerated decision making
Do more with less while keeping people out of harm’s way
Energy harvesting and propulsion are critical for unmanned ocean robots operating in the middle of the ocean. Our engineers answered these challenges with the Wave Glider SV3. It delivers greater energy harvesting, additional propulsion, and new capabilities which expand the range of applications and solutions available to customers.
Roger Hine, co-founder of Liquid Robotics, talks about the advancements in the latest Wave Glider design and how these help customers solve difficult challenges.