Sonardyne has released an article highlighting how the company’s Mini-Ranger 2 USBL system can be used from a USV (unmanned surface vessel) or other vessel of opportunity to provide command, control and communication for a range of underwater assets, including fleets of AUVs (autonomous underwater vehicles) or other UUVs (unmanned underwater vehicles).
The article covers:
- The challenges posed by the increasing complexities of robotic and autonomous vessels
- Why the Mini-Ranger 2 USBL system is ideal for deployment from small vessels
- Unlocking the functionality for simultaneously tracking and communicating with multiple UUVs or AUVs
- Using ROVs to mark, recover or interact with subsea objects
- Communication with persistent seabed sensors
The Mini-Ranger 2 is an ideal solution for supporting undersea command, control and communications of unmanned and autonomous vehicles. To find out more, read the full article on Sonardyne’s website.