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Aquaculture is one of the largest sub-cultures of the marine robotics industry with many of our friends, partners, and distributors focusing heavily on fish farming. ROVs are often used to visually monitor the farms while manipulators and other rigs are used for mortality extraction and maintenance. One area of aquaculture where there is much room […]



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One of our very favorite things to see in this industry is the collaborative effort between our friends and partners. Working together allows us to bounce ideas, share knowledge, inspire innovation, and challenge each other, yielding incredible results. In the spirit of this, we are excited to share that Delta ROV in the Philippines and […]



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Greetings from my couch, subsea enthusiasts! As we are learning to adjust to the COVID-19 “new normal,” I thought I’d take a moment to reflect on some positive things that are happening on or below (or just related to) the water’s surface. So, without further ado, some subsea stories to self-isolate to! MBARI Live Streams […]



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We all know the ocean holds endless keys to our past, yet it is not often we have the opportunity to discover and understand the history of our underwater world. ⁣ Ocean Secrets has brought to us one of the most unique uses for



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Originally published in Sea Technology Magazine, Volume 61, #1, January 2020 With ocean health becoming a topic of increasing public concern, there’s a growing interest in using marine robotics and sensing to solve ocean-related problems. Marine robotics and sensing can drive public awareness, scientific understanding, and direct intervention to ocean health problems at a scale […]



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Do you ever wonder what robots could do if they had minds of their own? We do, too. Meet our friend and partner, Antonella Wilby, a National Geographic Explorer whose current research focuses on developing vision-based algorithms for underwater robots. The goal of her research is to create semi-autonomous robots that are both curious and […]



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Underwater robots have been an important tool for marine science, exploration, and work for the past thirty or forty years. We’ve become familiar with terms like ROV and AUV to describe types of subsea vehicles and these terms have been stable for years. However, there’s a new term cropping up in the last few years: […]