Dynautics goes the extra mile for Chinese market

Dynautics is a pioneering provider of intelligent technology for unmanned marine missions worldwide. We have had a strong distribution partnership with the Beijing Oceaneco Technology Company (BOT) for over 10 years now, providing our AUV Sim simulation solutions for their customers in the uncrewed underwater vehicle (UUV) research and development sector. Here we examine some of the factors that have


Amphibious vehicle auto-pilot for British Army

The team at Dynautics worked closely with Ultrabeam Hydrographic on a MoD Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) funded project, ‘Map the Gap’, run on behalf of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl). Ultrabeam, in conjunction with Foundry Cube Ltd (a subsidiary of Ultrabeam Limited), was awarded one of five contracts to develop a remotely-operated reconnaissance aid to help


Autopilot now has ‘Hover’ function

Dynautics’ E-Boat autopilot specifically designed for electrically-propelled unmanned boats now has ‘Hover’ functionality as an upgrade to the standard E-Boat autopilot module. The Hover function allows the unmanned survey operator to pause the data collection process to check equipment, validate data, avoid weeds or obstructions. The new and unique Dynautics Hover feature, available as an upgrade to the standard E-Boat


Dynautics at MATS virtual exhibition – 10th November 2020

The Marine Autonomous Technology Showcase (MATS) is kicking off at 10:00, on the 10th November 2020. Of course we would rather be there in person but this virtual exhibition is the best we can do, for now anyway. Come and join us for a chat and tell us your mission and we will try to help.


Case Study – CEE HydroSystems – CEE Pilot – Robotic Navigation for Ultimate Survey Results

CEE HydroSystems Inc released this unique case study demonstrating a successful and efficient survey using their  CEE-USV™, incorporating the CEE-Pilot™. It is a great demonstration of CEE HydroSystems focus on making an elegant solution to aid Surveyors. Their customers demanded simplicity and ease of use and Adrian McDonald (CEE HydroSystems, USV Specialist) challenged both Eye4Software, developer of Hydromagic, and Dynautics,


HydroSurv – Working with experts | Dynautics

Most people in our industry know that designing an Unmanned Survey vessel is challenging. Hundreds of decisions need to be made. Decisions relating to risk reduction, reliability, reducing the time to mission launch are critical and of course the costs need to be considered. In this video, David Hull from HydroSurv explains why they chose Dynautics to be their partner

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