Riptide Autonomous Solutions, the leader in ultra-compact unmanned undersea vehicles (UUVs), will be exhibiting at Oceanology International North America in San Diego, February 14-16, 2017. At the exhibit the latest upgrades to their micro-UUV will be on display.

The micro-UUV is a flexible and affordable tool ideally suited for developers of autonomy and behaviors, power systems, subsea sensors, and new payloads. With a base system price under $15,000 it opens affordable UUV operations to any organization with undersea survey or science requirements. The micro-UUV has been delivered with sonar payloads, acoustic communications, 360 degree cameras, as well as flooded payload sections for custom end-user applications. These payloads illustrate the high degree of configuration flexibility designed into the micro-UUV and it is important to note that the Riptide µUUV with a side scan sonar is more affordable than the nearest competitive vehicle without sensors.

“2016 was an exceptional growth year for us,” said Jeff Smith, Riptide’s President. “During 2016 Riptide built over two dozen systems and delivered units to multiple military, academic and commercial customers. We built up a solid backlog of vehicle orders as well as added multiple new development program wins.” Riptide’s rapid design and manufacturing approach is based on open hardware and software which enabled accelerated development of new features for the micro-UUV and allowed for rapid integration of new payloads. Riptide also completed a significant reduction to vehicle hotel power while extending the vehicle’s operating depth to 300 meters (1000 feet).

“We look forward to sharing our latest product configurations with OINA visitors in San Diego and will be prepared to discuss new application areas and customer requirements on site, as well as what’s next for Riptide.” Smith said.

Riptide will be on stand A58 at Oceanology International North America

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