ASV goes round the Island!

On Tuesday 19th July C-Worker 5 became the first autonomous boat to go all the way around the Isle of Wight. The trip took a total of 10 hours, at an average speed of 6 knots. The journey began early morning from Portchester Harbour where C-Worker 5 was launched from Trafalgar Wharf. ASV Global’s support […]

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SeeByte and ASV form partnership to develop the next generation of adaptive unmanned systems

SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems and ASV, leading supplier of Unmanned Systems and Autonomous Marine Systems, are pleased to announce a commercial partnership where the two companies will collaborate to bring new advanced capabilities and solutions to the field of maritime autonomy. This agreement sees SeeByte and ASV […]

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Thales and ASV Strengthen Their Partnership in the UK

After successful trials on Halcyon USV Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Thales and ASV strengthen their partnership. Both companies have signed an agreement to develop autonomous Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) technology and capability for maritime, civil, security and military domains. Thales is a global technology leader with a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and […]

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New Unmanned Boat Technology Set To Enhance Naval Operations

Unmanned boat technology with the potential to change the face of naval operations within a decade has successfully been demonstrated for the first time by BAE Systems in partnership with ASV at a site near Portsmouth Naval Base. The new system will allow crews to carry out vital tasks such as high speed reconnaissance and […]

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