The Wave Glider Holoholo from RBR50 company Liquid Robotics autonomously navigated the Hawaiian seas and tweeted real-time photos and data.
The Air Force, Army and Marines have UAVs; the Navy has their AUVs; so what does the Coast Guard have? Potentially, the Wave Glider.
A ready fleet of Wave Gliders helps mobilize backlogged ocean research projects
With heavy-duty processing capabilities and a new power system, Liquid Robotics’ SV3 is the’ premier data-gathering glider.
Liquid Robotics Closes $45 Million Series E Funding
“I think the first thing that every investor needs to understand is that about $10 trillion a year of our global economy, in one way or another, depends on the oceans.”
The maritime robot’s revolutionary technology increases the capacity to observe oceans and census populations, improve fisheries management models, and monitor animal responses to climate change.
Liquid Robotics, Inc. and Schlumberger today announced the creation of Liquid Robotics Oil & Gas, a Houston-based joint venture to develop services for the oil and gas industry using Wave Gliders, wave-powered, autonomous marine vehicles.
RBR50 robotics firms accounted for the top four positions and seven out of fourteen overall in annual Venture Capital sweepstakes for 2011, as reported by Travis Deyle in Hizook. With a total of $164.4 million invested in robotics ventures in 2011, seven of the RBR50 accounted for $117.5?over 70 percent of the total.
When advisers buy into a company?s mission they help enhance its prestige. One of the most important ways you can attract talent to your company’s advisory board is by having a compelling robotics project.
At San Francisco?s St. Francis Yacht Club, Liquid Robotics®, an ocean data services provider and developer of the first wave-powered Wave Glider® ocean robot
The company predicts it will achieve positive cash flow next year, and its board may consider a sale or IPO.