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Back out there at industry events

The team at Dynautics was delighted to be able to get out again to trade shows and conferences this year, following the enforced hiatus in the maritime events programme due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We took part in a fantastic, long-awaited industry gathering, namely Ocean Business at the National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton in October.

2021-12-09T15:32:40+00:0009/12/2021|

Building momentum with HydroSurv

We aim to deliver uncrewed vessel solutions, including autopilots, power management and communications systems, that match our customers' mission objectives. Over the course of 2021, we have continued to develop strong business relationships with numerous uncrewed vessel designers and manufacturers. HydroSurv is a great case study example of how taking the time to understand our

2021-12-09T15:34:05+00:0009/12/2021|

Dynautics established as Mercury Marine dealer

Interfacing to third party devices, such as engines, on uncrewed vessels can be challenging. Complex technical issues need to be overcome for safe and reliable remote operation. Dr Henry Robinson, Dynautics CEO, recently penned a detailed article on this topic which you can read here. The team at Dynautics is experienced in providing control software that

2021-12-06T10:40:21+00:0006/12/2021|

Cybersecurity for Marine Autonomous Systems

This presentation on cybersecurity for Marine Autonomous Systems (MAS) was created by Dr Henry Robinson, Dynautics CEO, for the 2021 edition of the Autonomous Ship Expo Virtual 'Live' event. Autonomous Ship Expo Virtual ‘Live’ is an international virtual conference exclusively focused on showcasing the latest and next-generation solutions and technologies to enable varying degrees of

2021-09-24T12:27:13+01:0024/09/2021|

Propulsion control for USVs

This article was written by Dynautics founder and CEO, Dr Henry Robinson, and subsequently published in The Digital Ship, Maritime Journal and the September/October 2021 edition of RINA's Ship & Boat International. Henry has a degree in Physics and a PhD in Electronic Engineering and has been working in marine electronics and autopilots for the

2021-10-12T10:07:11+01:0002/09/2021|

Joint USV training initiative kicks off

Dynautics recently ran a tailored training day for its long-standing client, HydroSurv, designed to rapidly familiarise HydroSurv’s customer and end user, Survey Genix, on the control systems of their recently acquired REAV-16 USV. Exeter-based HydroSurv offers end-to-end hydrographic, geophysical and environmental data acquisition, processing and interpretive reporting services. Their highly portable REAV-16 USV was developed

2021-07-20T10:08:52+01:0020/07/2021|

The first Dynautics newsletter

We recently distributed our first newsletter, a round up of technology developments and projects in the unmanned marine systems sector. Topics covered in the newsletter ranged from an amphibious vehicle auto-pilot project for the British Army, to the Society of Maritime Industries' MAChallenge competition and our work with SEA-KIT International on over-the-horizon control for their

2021-07-16T10:26:51+01:0016/07/2021|

Pushing over-the-horizon capability boundaries with SEA-KIT

SEA-KIT International is a leading designer and builder of Uncrewed Surface Vessels with a range of applications across the offshore, survey, research, defence and security sectors. In August 2020, SEA-KIT's USV ‘Maxlimer’ took part in a collaborative Atlantic survey project, co-funded by the UK Space Agency. The project was designed to demonstrate true, over-the-horizon survey

2021-07-01T11:41:25+01:0001/07/2021|

Modelling, testing & sea trials – all without leaving the lab

Read our article on marine simulation on page 25 of ROV Planet's Q2/2021 magazine. Developers of Autonomous or Uncrewed Underwater Vehicles (AUVs or UUVs) and Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs) benefit greatly from effective simulation tools that support the complex design process of these technologies. When design iterations can be modelled, tested and modified without the

2021-12-06T10:12:34+00:0015/06/2021|

Today’s marine technology leads us into the future

The maritime sector has not escaped unscathed from the COVID-19 pandemic, despite being well-versed in change management and inherently familiar with the need for resilience and risk reduction. As a sector however, we have adapted to the new challenges that the global pandemic has presented by leveraging the agility and flexibility that is built into

2021-12-06T10:46:18+00:0013/05/2021|
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