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The School of Unmanned Bots Prowling the Sea

  Deep Dive
Company: Kongsberg Maritime subsidiary Hydroid

Platform: REMUS 6000

When the Waitt Institute for Discovery wanted to search for the wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane and map the debris field of the Titanic in 3D, it employed the REMUS 6000. A torpedo-shaped autonomous undersea vehicle (AUV) more than 12 feet long, the REMUS 6000 can dive 6000 meters beneath the ocean's surface, taking with it a multitude of high-tech sensors such as side-scan sonar or a sub-bottom profiler, which is used to identify the layers of rock or sediment under the ocean floor.

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