The use of the USV Tupan allows the following services to be performed 24/7 in a specified area without the risks or additional costs usually associated with a manned vessel:
surveillance and security of port structures;
monitoring of waterway traffic;
detection of threats and security responses measures;
inspection and monitoring of ships and ports.
USV Tupan can perform bathymetry services, collect environmental data, assist in offshore construction, detect, monitor and collect oil spills, measure water quality and perform port services.
WHY USVs ARE THE BEST OPTION
USV Tupan can operate in adverse weather conditions and in varied aquatic environments. It can perform multiple missions in a single trip, as it has the capacity to load several sensors.
As there is no crew on board, the hydrographic survey can be carried out in places of difficult access, in a hostile climate or in sensitive marine environments.
Using the USV Tupan saves a great deal on labor and fuel costs, as well as employee expenses, as there is no need for crew on board.
USV Tupan consumes less fuel and is easier to transport than a conventional vessel. Because it has no crew, it can operate longer.
USV Tupan can fulfill a route and replicate the path with greater precision. It has a stabilizing system that improves sonar performance, contributing to data quality.
Communication is made for up to 18km by radio link, 4G or satellite, and allows the operator to see accurate data results in real time.
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