Boeing began sea trials of its massive 51-foot Echo Voyager extra large unmanned undersea vehicle (XLUVV). Initial testing was done in Boeing’s Huntington Beach facility where Echo Voyager was tested in a large pool before being trucked to the Pacific. Echo Voyager has been reported to be capable of operating autonomously over long distances (for example from San Francisco to Hong Kong) and given its size can carry a variety of different payloads. While best known for its airplanes, Boeing has a long history in the underwater domain.
Boeing Begins Deep Sea Adventure
Kraken Robotics is a marine technology company engaged in the design and sale of advanced sonar and optical sensors for underwater vehicles used in military and commercial applications. We are recognized as world leading innovators of SAS, a revolutionary underwater imaging technology that provides ultra-high resolution seabed imagery. In addition, we have developed our own underwater vehicles which offer a highly integrated underwater offering with a strong price/performance value proposition.
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