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Maritime stories in the RBR50
Boeing, Liquid Robotics Team Up on Maritime Drones
The Autonomous World of Marine Robotics
Robots Working Offshore Oil Rigs Need Specialized Software
From Prototype to Sales in a Year, Two UK USVs Going to Sea

Maritime Companies
Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd
Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd is a Private company with a focus on Maritime robotics. It is located at Turbinia Works Davy Bank Wallsend Newcastle upon Tyne, in United Kingdom.
SMD designs and manufactures subsea robotics including remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), underwater propulsion and control products. SMD is organized across a number of key business streams including Work Class ROVs, Subsea Trenching, Submerged Mining and Marine Renewables. SMD customers also benefit from a Customer Support business stream which offers a 24-hour hotline, operational and engineering support, spares, service and training support including a specially developed work class ROV simulator for pilot training. More about Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd.
Maritime News
Japan Sets Its Sights on Commercial UAVs at Drone Expo 2016
A variety of unmanned aerial vehicles were demonstrated for telecommunications,…

Hydroid Launches Next-Gen REMUS 100 AUV
Undersea drones updated in response to marine research, defense,…

Autonomous Marine Systems Raises Seed Funding
Pitchfire winner gets matching funds, plans international pilots…

General Dynamics Buys UUV Maker Bluefin Robotics
Defense contractors had already worked together on the Bluefin-21…

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Latest Transactions
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Welltec’s $31M Shows How EU’s Horizon 2020 Finances Innovation in Robotics
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