Breakthrough robotics at Oceanology International

Source: press release, 10 March 2022

The all-electric eco-responsible Seaeye eWROV fitted with two all-electric Seaeye eManips – both on show at Oceanology International (photo: Saab Seaeye)
The all-electric eco-responsible Seaeye eWROV fitted with two all-electric Seaeye eManips – both on show at Oceanology International (photo: Saab Seaeye)

Highlighted at Oceanology International in March is Saab Seaeye’s new eco-responsible all-electric work-class robot, eWROV.

With the performance of a 250 hp hydraulic work vehicle, eWROV is easier to operate, more precise, acoustically quieter, more reliable and needs less maintenance than hydraulic equivalents.

Empowering progress towards a sustainable future eWROV can be operated from onshore control centres, is resident-ready and will play an important role in future autonomous vessel fleets.

Also on show is eManip, Saab Seaeye’s all-electric seven-function work-class manipulator. As powerful as its hydraulic equivalent, eManip is more accurate, more reliable and more dexterous.

Each of eManip’s seven joints has its own inbuilt intelligence for intuitive millimetre precision control in addition to force and position feedback.

At the core of their robotics vision is Seaeye’s module-focussed iCON™ intelligent distributed control architecture that is future-flexible, enabling easy adoption of evolving technologies.

Visit Stand H100 to find out how Saab Seaeye is advancing robotics for a sustainable world.