LAUV - Light Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

The LAUV is an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle targeted at innovative standalone or networked operations for cost-effective oceanographic, hydrographic and security and surveillance surveys. A robust and reliable vehicle for oceanographic upper water-column or bathymetric measurements, the vehicle can operate for more than 24 hours at a maximum speed over ground of 6 Knots. It comes with a host of sensors suitable for specific oceanographic or security applications and is now built and marketed by OceanScan MST in Porto.

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X8 Flying Wing

The X8 Skywalker is a low-cost COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf) vehicle, modified at LSTS, which allows for quickly deployable monitoring and surveillance missions. It's a vehicle perfected for low altitude reconnaissance scenarios, with live video feed, and for remote sensing scenarios. The vehicle controller has been modified to work with the LSTS networked toolchain for advanced concepts in ocean science and engineering.

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Manta Gateway

The Communications Gateway is a hub that supports wireless and acoustic communications. The portable low-cost system allows multiple communication protocols to be used seamlessly, including Iridium, 802.11 and GSM for networked operations over land or sea.

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Wavy Drifter

Wavy is a simple and low-cost drifter for oceanographic current measurements. The core of the technology is based on a low cost SPOT tracker encased in a water resistant resin. It is easily deployable given its small size, weight and shape, and a great solution for operations demanding simple logistics, low budget and multiple measurements.

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NRP D.Carlos I

The NRP D. Carlos I was built in the United States for the " Tacoma Boat Company " and  released to water on January 30, 1989 with the name " USNS Audacious " . It served in the US Navy until 1995 and was transferred to the Portuguese Navy in December 1996. The NRP D. Carlos I has Hydrographic ship functions and oceanographic .

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NRP Pégaso

The NRP Pegasus is the third ship of the class Centauri. Its construction began in October 1998 in the Mondego Naval Shipyard . On March 27, 2001 the ship went to the State Armaments

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NRP Andrómeda

Andromeda  Hydrographic Ships class are designed for research activities in estuaries and coastal areas. It is a versatile and efficient platform with scientific and military capability. The NRP Andromeda was added Navy fleet on July 3, 1987.

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NRV Alliance

NRV ALLIANCE conducts underwater research and experiments in all oceans of strategic importance to NATO nations, from the Mediterranean to the polar margins of the North Atlantic. 93 meters long and with 400 square meters of laboratory space, the ALLIANCE facilities include extensive and sophisticated navigation, communications and computer equipment.

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