The US Navy has designated the Snakehead Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (LDUUV) for accelerated acquisition. Unmanned maritime systems are part of the Littoral Combat ship portfolio, the first class of ship designed from initial construction for unmanned vehicle integration. LDUUVs in the Class III Large category, which the Snakehead is part of, are about 48 inches in diameter. The Snakehead LDUUV is intended to have long-range and high endurance capacity and designed for surface or submarine launch. It will be able to be recovered and stored on littoral combat ships, Virginia-class submarines, and Ohio-class submarines, according to an earlier NAVSEA release.
Large Diameter UUV Planned by US Navy for 2019
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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