On Monday 16th March 2020 we filmed our Virtual Exhibition, we wanted to show the new exhibition stand and focus on four areas of Dynautics technologies for unmanned marine systems. The editing of the video took a couple of days and we are now releasing the Virtual Exhibition. Our Exhibition introduces
We have implemented remote working and implemented processes to operate as a virtual team. We are able to continue developing unmanned technologies and supporting our customers. #dynautics Our virtual exhibition has been delayed by a few days but will be with you shortly. Dynautics Virtual Exhibition filming - it's nearly ready
Dynautics chosen as the ‘The Brains Behind’ the new HydroSurv™ REAV-16 USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicle)
Dynautics E-Boat T Control Module in operation on HydroSurv 16 USV Dynautics Ltd announces the collaboration with the USV designer, builder and operator HydroSurv Unmanned Survey (UK) Ltd. The HydroSurv™ REAV-16, due to be launched in March 2020 will utilise Dynautics’ Spectre E-Boat-T control module. The REAV-16 is a readily portable autonomous vessel
Dynautics Ltd announces that due to the understandable postponement of the Oceanology International exhibition scheduled for later this month that they will be holding their own ‘Dynautics OI2020 virtual exhibition’ starting on the week beginning 17th March across all their media channels. Dynautics’ CEO, Henry Robinson, commented ‘OI2020 is crucial for companies such as Dynautics.
Dynautics have over 20 years’ experience in the design and supply of navigation, communication and platform management electronics for unmanned marine missions worldwide making us the Brains Behind Unmanned Missions. Thousands of miles have been controlled by our systems resulting in vast amounts of scientific, cartographic and security data being collected. We
Dynautics supplied the navigation, platform control, power management and communication systems that enables Autonaut's Caravela, an unmanned surface vehicle, to undertake climate research in Barbados. Dynautics Spectre navigation systems are used on both unmanned surface and unmanned sub-surface vehicles. Managing the platforms payloads needs careful power management, harvesting energy in the solar panels and budgeting
It’s the time of year when publishers, record companies and radio stations produce their top 10 or top 100 favourites of 2019. Just as we did last year, this led us to review our own top 10 Unmanned Marine System achievements for 2019. Dynautics provided workshop on ‘How to design an unmanned vehicle’ at Ocean
We are ready to show you our range of electronics systems for integrating into a new unmanned vehicle design or for converting any size of vehicle from manned to unmanned. You can also see the Dynautics Phantom AUV for real, its a modular, scaleable design.
Dynautics have over 20 years experience in the control, communication, platform management (both managing data and managing your power budget). The E-Boat Module, RHIB Module, Survey boat module are all standard products that can be integrated into your vessel design. We also offer a bespoke design advisory service. We have extensive experience in above and
We really mean it, come and see us at the NOC MATS (Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase), and GET YOUR HANDS ON some lovely hardware (and of course exquisite firmware) We will have the Spectre E-Boat module (Great for converting small electrically powered boats to unmanned use), Spectre RHIB module (Used for converting RHIB's, or