Humans have not mapped, explored, or even seen over 80 percent of the ocean. Advancements in autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) are leading the way in underwater exploration, research, and industry. Recent progress in advanced robotic systems has unveiled new possibilities and pushed the boundaries of what was once considered impossible.
From uncharted ecosystems to historical shipwrecks AUVs and ROVs have proved to be pivotal in expanding our understanding of the ocean’s secrets. Industry leaders from Cellula Robotics, SEAMOR Marine, and Ocean Networks Canada share insights into how their innovative tech contributes to our comprehension of the ocean’s landscape.
Eric Jackson, President, Cellula Robotics
Brayden Wray, Director of Strategic Technical Sales and Training, SEAMOR Marine
Dirk Brussow, Field Service Manager, Ocean Networks Canada
The session is hosted and moderated by COAST Executive Director Jason Goldsworthy.