Posted by September 28, 2016

New Plug and Play Module for Gavia AUVs

  • Photo: Teledyne Gavia
  • Photo: Teledyne Gavia
  • Photo: Teledyne Gavia Photo: Teledyne Gavia
  • Photo: Teledyne Gavia Photo: Teledyne Gavia

Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) provider Teledyne Gavia announced the release of its new Science Bay Module, further expanding the capabilities of the Gavia AUV.

The new a standard payload Gavia Science Bay module comes with several hull penetrations designed to accommodate a variety of scientific sensors. There are four penetrations that can accommodate WET Labs ECO pucks, two external wet plugs to provide power and serial communication for external devices, a slot for a SeaBird CTD and an Aanderaa Optode oxygen sensor, as well as a weak link on the bottom for towing external sensors. The new sensor bay gives users added flexibility with multiple ports and plug and play connectivity. The unit can accommodate a number of standard sensors or can be used for custom sensor integration. Unused penetrations can be blinded.

The Gavia AUV is an autonomous sensor platform that is user configurable by the addition of one or more sensor, navigation or battery modules. The modules are added or removed by means of a twist lock system. 

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