UUVUltimate Utility Vehicle
UUVUnmanned Underwater Vehicle
UUVUnmanned Undersea Vehicle
UUVUrban Utility Vehicle (Toyota concept car)
UUVUltimate Utility Vehicle (General Motors)
UUVUnauthorized Use of a Vehicle
UUVUnsolicited Update-Vote
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In addition to the conventional operation inside AIP submarines, the compact module design also supports the integration of individual BZM evo modules into unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs).
"Adding Riptide's technological capabilities will position us to provide customers unmatched flexibility by offeringa family of UUVs and integrated payload solutionscapable of supporting a variety of critical missions," said Terry Crimmins, president of BAE Systems Electronic Systems.
"Your cost curve starts to change" as USVs and UUVs are substituted for large manned platforms, he said.
courts must strengthen these privacy protections before UUV surveillance
UUVs can perform several important missions (for example, surveillance, mine countermeasures, plume source localization, hull inspection), which motivate a high demand for robust UUV control methods.
Navy began deploying underwater charging stations for unmanned undersea vehicles (UUVs).
The General Dynamics team demonstrated capabilities for real-time, two-way communications from the AN/BYG-1 control center to change the mission Bluefin SandShark(TM) UUV, via a third-party UAV while the Bluefin SandShark was operating in the water.
Based in Somerville, Massachusetts, Open Water Power is developing safe and high-energy-density undersea power generation technologies for use by Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs) and other maritime platforms.
Moun, "Precise UUV positioning based on images processing for underwater construction inspection" Proceedings of the ISOPE Pacific/Asia Offshore Mechanics Symposium, 2008, Bangkok, Thailand.
Feng-Ju, "Tracking UUV based on interacting multiple model unscented particle filter with multi-sensor information fusion," Optik--International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, vol.
Caption: FIGURE 1: FORCEnet project from the US Navy's unmanned undersea vehicles (UUV) program office.