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Dynautics Showcases Unmanned Marine Systems in Virtual Exhibition

Published: 20 Mar 2020 by

In response to the postponement of the Oceanology International exhibition, which was due to take place this week, Dynautics Ltd has instead launched a virtual exhibition to showcase their range of unmanned marine systems.

The Virtual Exhibition uses their new exhibition stand and focuses on four areas of Dynautics’ technologies for unmanned marine systems. The Exhibition introduces four key technologies:

  • Phantom UUV – The modular and customisable Phantom UUV which was designed and manufactured in 100 days.
  • E-Boat Series – Survey solutions, including the E-Boat series with integration with EIVA, Hydromagic, Hypack and QPS  survey applications
  • The Spectre MK4 control system, designed for defence and commercial customers to convert vessels from manned to unmanned operation. It can be designed into new vessels.
  • Simulation Tools: AUV SIM and USV SIM- the video explains the tools available to our customers to help in the design process of unmanned vessels, either above (USV’s) or below (UUV’s) water.

Dynautics’ CEO, Henry Robinson, commented ‘OI2020 is crucial for companies such as Dynautics. It is a chance to meet existing and new customers. We enjoy hearing about new challenges and opportunities.’ He also stated ‘Our plans to explain the ‘Brains Behind Unmanned Missions’ initiative hinged on our presence at the show, so instead we decided to host a Dynautics OI2020 virtual exhibition’. Dynautics remain committed to the exhibition and will be at the exhibition in December 2020.

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