AMV has been awarded a Phase III SBIR by NOAA for the Advanced Coastal Monitor (ACM) to conduct continuous marine surveys using a variety of sensors. NOAA has selected our surface vehicle to capture marine and environmental data in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. The ACM will operate autonomously employing a variable sensor package…Read more
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Tridentis has been awarded a Program Executive Office Unmanned and Small Combatants (PEO USC), PMS 406 USV Family of Systems Multiple Award IDIQ Contract. This ten-year contract with a ceiling of $982M will allow the U.S. Navy to maintain and modernize the current Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) systems and subsystems as well as future USV…Read more
Tridentis AMV is proud to announce the award of our Phase II SBIR grant from NOAA. We will complete detail design and build our second autonomous vehicle prototype. The Bottom Feeder is a unique AUV combining the best attributes of high efficiency with high maneuverability in a modular package. The AUV will be designed to…Read more
Advanced Marine Vehicles was awarded a Phase I SBIR for the design of a highly maneuverable Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) for NOAA. This AUV is called the Bottom Feeder because of its ability to not only operate at higher survey speeds, but also transition to a maneuverable Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) capable of operating near…Read more
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