Kraken Robotic Systems Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of TSX-listed Kraken Robotics Inc., has pre-qualified to the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) for the company’s ThunderFish 300 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). Under BCIP, Kraken can sell its pre-qualified innovations to the federal government as its first reference sale. The company will receive feedback from federal departments on the performance of ThunderFish in an operational setting after the AUV testing. Built for military and scientific applications, the ThunderFish AUV is a marine robot for ultra high-resolution seabed imaging and mapping applications. Its uses include underwater surveys, environmental monitoring, habitat mapping, marine archaeology, inspection of submerged structures, searching for downed aircraft and naval mine countermeasures. ThunderFish possesses an array of sensors and custom payload modules, including Kraken’s AquaPix Synthetic Aperture Sonar. With a platform that can be configured to operate at depths of up to 6,000 meters, it is ideal for monitoring or surveillance tasks where cost efficiency, ease of deployment and operational simplicity are of critical importance. Rapid sensor reconfiguration and battery replacement are possible because of its modular design.
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