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A partner of the EU-funded program MarineUAS

Maritime Robotics is proud to be a partner of the EU-funded program MarineUAS [www.marineuas.eu] with our two PhD students; Anthony Hovenburg and Christopher Dahlin Rodin. They have been working on their business PhDs for Maritime Robotics within the MarineUAS project for the last three years, and this film presents some of the main results from the program. 

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MarineUAS Overview: The MarineUAS project aims to strengthen research training on Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Systems for Marine and Coastal Monitoring. It is a comprehensive researcher training program across a range of partners in several countries designed to have high impact on the training of individual researchers and their knowledge, skills and their future careers. MarineUAS has established a unique cooperative environment. It takes benefit of the partners’ extensive and complementary knowledge, field operational experience, and experimental facilities.

Marine UAS will build a solid foundation for long-term European excellence and innovation in this field by sharing research infrastructures for field testing and disseminating the research and training outcomes and best practice of MarineUAS into the doctoral schools of the partners, as well as by fostering long-term partnerships and collaboration.


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Maritime Robotics is a leading provider of innovative unmanned solutions for maritime operations and data acquisition. The company develops and delivers Unmanned Surface Vehicle Systems (USV), Moored Balloon Systems (MBS) as well as Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Our main markets are geophysical surveying, oil & gas, environmental monitoring, and the defence/security market. With technology developed in close collaboration with civilian, governmental and military partners, Maritime Robotics focuses on delivering high-quality system solutions and products that are cost effective, reduce HSE risk exposure and are highly deployable, in any conditions.