Seaglider Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

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Meet the Seaglider: an autonomous underwater vehicle designed to capture data under water. It uses small changes in buoyancy and wings to achieve forward motion. It doesn’t consume a whole lot of power and has endurance of up to 10 months. These underwater robots are available in 3 versions with max depth of 6000m.

Sensors can be integrated into dry or wet payload volumes. It can be remotely piloted via the Internet.


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