Marine Robotics - Small Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USV) for Surveys, Bathymetry and Water Surface Cleaning
SB100 Pro Versatile autonomous surface vessel for marine data collection
SB100 Pro

Versatile autonomous surface vessel for marine data collection

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SB100 Pro

The SB100 Pro is a multipurpose USV (uncrewed surface vessel) platform designed to perform high-quality marine data collection tasks, enabling a wide range of applications including:

  • Hydrography
  • Water Analysis
  • Engineering Inspection
  • Scientific Research
  • Search & Rescue
  • Water Surface Cleaning

Uncrewed surface vessel

Requiring only a single operator and transportable in a car or small van, the lightweight and compact USV can significantly enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of marine and ocean operations. Able to undertake missions autonomously or via remote control, it can be used to access confined or dangerous areas without risk to the operator.

The SB100 Pro USV boat can be equipped with a wide range of payloads, providing multi-mission versatility. Compatible payloads and equipment include:

  • Echologger, ImpactSubsea, Kongsberg, CEE HydroSystems and Teledyne Marine single-beam echosounders
  • Tritech and Imagenex side-scan sonars
  • WASSP. Norbit, R2Sonic and Teledyne multibeam echosounders
  • Tritech sub-bottom profilers
  • Valeport sound velocity profilers
  • Nortek and LinkQUest ADCPs
  • Velodyne, Robosense & Norbit LiDAR scanners
  • SBG Systems IMUs/INS
  • Sony IMX underwater cameras

The SB100 Pro includes a rugged ground station for payload operation based around a Microsoft Surface Pro tablet, as well as a lightweight handheld controller for vessel piloting. The controller can also be used to view a low-latency HD video stream from the vessel’s onboard FPV camera.


Dimensions 103 x 75 x 55 cm
Weight 31 kg (no batteries)
Draft 15cm
Max Payload Capacity 15 kg
Working Speed 1 m/s
Communications Range 1.5 km (built-in radio link)
Unlimited with 4G/LTE
Endurance Up to 3h @ 1 m/s using thrusters