Specifications Dimensions 5.65×2.4×2.9m Transport Dimensions 5.65×2.1×2.4m Designed Displacement 1250kg Sea State Operational SS-3 Survival SS-5 Maximum Speed 12 knt Operating Speed 6-8 knt Operating Range 20hrs Max Payload 150kg (approx 0.9m³) Communication Range 15km Water Barrier Distance Detection 75m
M80B M80B unmanned survey boat platform is designed to meet high requirement in hydrographic and oceanographic survey, the stabilization wings offer the best stability in ocean environment with minimum size of the boat. M80B platform is able to deploy and integrate with variety of instruments such as multi beam sonar, side scan sonar, sub-bottom profiler, gravimeter and magnetometer, water quality sensors etc.
Autonomous navigation and obstacle avoidance provide efficient and safe operation.
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Collision Avoidance System Collision avoidance system can detect obstacles in 50 meters ahead to avoid collision
User can observe the water environment around the USV via 2 onboard cameras.
Large capacity for oceanographic survey instruments
The M80 USV can carry up to 150kg of hydrographic & geophysical instruments to conduct multi- purposed hydrographic surveys on deep sea.
Singlebeam echo sounder
Multibeam echo sounder
3D LiDAR scanner
Side scan sonar
Water quality sonde
Better protection to equipment A build-in automatic lifter can lift and drop the instrument depending on whether the USV is sailing or surveying, which can protect transducers and save energy correspondingly
Upper level of collision avoidance Deployed with a 4G radar, an HD camera and a LiDAR, the M80 USV gives an excellence performance in collision avoidance.
Automatic multi-purpose survey Both the USV and the survey instruments are operated by the base station. Navigated by the GNSS positioning system, the USV can autonomously conduct pre-programmed multi-purpose surveying missions and send back data in real-time. Operators can also control the USV manually within a distant of 2 km by using a remote controller.