1301 South 46th St., Building 300A RichmondCA94804 United States
Marine Advanced Research, Inc.:
Marine Advanced Research, Inc. was founded in 2004 by a small group of Silicon Valley innovators. In 2007, the 100' Proteus was launched in the San Francisco Bay, introducing the WAM-V (Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel Technology) to the world. For the past decade, we have continued to design, manufacture, and test a range of both manned and unmanned WAM-Vs. We believe our products represent a technological advancement in future capabilities for multiple industries. Our mission is to manufacture and deliver to our customers the most reliable and robust USVs available on the market.
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16' WAM-V USV
16' WAM-V USV equipped with Google Trekker
The 16’ model was first introduced in 2013, when the WAM-V was chosen by the Office of Naval Research as the sole platform for the AUVSI Foundation’s Maritime RobotX Challenge in Singapore. In 2014, Google and Marine Advanced Research employed the 16’ WAM-V USV to map the first comprehensive coast view experience of the San Francisco waterfront. The 16’ vessel can be disassembled by two people into 7 components in less than 3 minutes and can easily be deployed from ships or small craft with limited manpower.
Provides subsea electrical and fiber optic interconnect systems for the harshest environments and at any ocean depth. Wet mateable connectors include signal and high-power electrical, fiber optic, and hybrid electro-optical products all based on patented oil-filled, pressure-balanced technology.
The Oceanscience Group is a world leader in development of oceanographic, hydrographic, and hydrologic deployment equipment designed to save survey time and improve data quality. Our major products are remotely-controlled and tethered instrumentation deployment boats for acoustic Doppler current profilers…
Designing and manufacturing precision digital echo sounders for nearly 30 years, Teledyne Odom Hydrographic is the world leader in shallow water single and multibeam echo sounders. Stop by booth G100 to sign up for a live demonstration.