Seabed Technologies delivers state of the art imaging algorithms for underwater vehicle systems. Our focus is on creating end-to-end systems including sensors, platforms and algorithms for exploring the marine environment.
Our customers include end-users in the offshore community, academic users as well as governmental organizations.
Other Owners of SeaBED-class AUVsAustralian Center for Field Robotics
The ACFR at the University of Sydney has equipped a Seabed-class vehicle, Sirius, with a high resolution stereo camera system and obstacle avoidance sonar. As part of the Australian IMOS program, Sirius data will be used to perform surveys of marine protected areas, and to study the impacts of climate change.
Bio-optics Lab at UPRM
The Bio-optics Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPRM) has performed surveys of coral reef health with the SeaBED AUV since 2003. They currently have a Seabed-class vehicle in development.
NOAA Pacific Islands and Northwest Fisheries Science Centers
The NOAA Pacific Islands and Northwest Fisheries Science Centers currently have a vehicle being built. When completed, the vehicle will be equipped with forward-looking and downward-looking camera systems, and used for fish surveys and habitat inspection.
National Sun Yat-Sen University
The National Sun Yat-Sen University in Taiwan use a SeaBED-class AUV as a robotic platform for their robotics and oceanographic research.
Undersea Vehicles Technology Center
The UVTC at the National Institute for Undersea Science and Technology (NIUST) also currently has a Seabed-class vehicle in development.