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Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs)


    Next generation autonomous USV

    Performs in environments & conditions where other USV’s cannot

    Core Capabilities

    • Flexible configurations in 6’, 8’, 12’, 24’(7m), 38’(11m), & 50’(15m) variants.
    • Electric Propulsion or Diesel/Electric for larger MANTAS-independent twin screw systems.
    • Next generation ultra-safe Low-Lithium batteries for C5ISR and vessel operations.
    • High-speed surface operation with “burst speed” capability up to 80 kts.
    • Excellent range at cruise speeds.
    • High Precision loitering and station keeping operations.
    • Fully autonomous, semi-autonomous and full operator control modes.
    • Sensor and communications agnostic.
    • Solar Panels for extended endurance and persistence for open ocean operation.

    Key Features

    • Extended in-field operations with open architecture and modular design allowing for rapid adaptation and integration of sensors, advance communications and improved energy payload
    • Highly reliable systems with waterproof components within the MANTAS hull
    • Optional “Stealth” Mode with a positively buoyant hull to minimize detection and perform “decks awash” operations
    • Performs in environments and conditions where other USV’s are unable due to MANTAS’ high-performance envelope.

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