AutoNaut gave key presentations at the National Oceanography Centre's Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase in Southampton this week:
“Operating Around Hazards and Safe Manoeuvring by AutoNaut USV” was presented by Phil Johnston and Pete Bromley of AutoNaut.
“Smart Onboard Processing of Visual Imaging from a Small Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV)” was given by Mark Burnett of Seiche on an Innovate UK and National Oceanography Centre collaboration.
“Developing AutoNaut USV for Operations in the Arctic/Antarctic Environment” was presented by Karen Heywood of the University of East Anglia.
On first public display in the main conference hall was Caravela, the University of East Anglia’s new boat which will launch a seaglider under the Antarctic sea ice.
Pictured top: Caravela at MATS 2018
Pictured below: Seiche COO, Mark Burnett, talks at the Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase