AMN Video: Hydroid is leading advanced maritime robotics in oceans across the world | American Military News

AMN Video: Hydroid is leading advanced maritime robotics in oceans across the world

AMN Video: Hydroid is leading advanced maritime robotics in oceans across the world Featured

Hydroid, a company founded in 2001 by the inventors of the REMUS AUV, also known as autonomous underwater vehicle, is a technological leader in the field of advanced maritime robotics.

Hydroid’s AUV’s are capable of diving to depths up to 6,000 meters and exploring shallow waters and areas that are difficult to navigate.

With AUV’s, the threat that human divers would face if they were to be working in a mine field is eliminated.

Hydroid’s AUV’s have helped “solve plane and ship disaster mysteries, including locating Air France Flight 447 wreckage and generating 3D mapping of the Titanic.”

Hydroid was recently featured at the ADS Warrior East Expo in Virginia Beach.

ADS, Inc., is a company that provides equipment, procurement and support solutions to the defense, military and law enforcement markets.

The Expo is intended to bring customers and companies together to be able to “touch, try and train,” according to ADS, and the event is described as the “equal sign” between consumers and products. There are also opportunities to take educational courses during the Expo.

“Warrior Expo is the embodiment of our mission to actively seek out our customers’ equipment and logistics challenges and deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions that enhance their ability to complete their missions,” ADS said. “It is this commitment that has made ADS the world’s premier equipment, procurement and support solutions specialist to the military, law enforcement, first responders and the defense industry.”

The company serves the following markets:

  • Department of Defense
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • First Responders
  • Humanitarian Organizations
  • Partner Nations
  • State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Major Prime Contractors

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