OceanServer Technology Power Solutions, Sensors and Robotics
L3 OceanServer is a manufacturer of autonomous, lightweight unmanned undersea vehicles (UUVs) used in military, research and commercial missions, including mine countermeasures (MCM), hydrography, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), environmental monitoring, anti-sub warfare, research, survey and search and recovery.
Built with leading-edge technology and a battlespace understanding, the Iver family of vehicles are capable, modular, reliable and field-proven.
Fully autonomous underwater vehicles for naval applications
The OceanServer Iver3-580 is a fully autonomous underwater vehicle (AUVs) capable of operating unattended for up to ten hours and 100m-200m deep while carrying a variety of sensors. The payload sensors can produce detailed bathymetry, side-scan imagery, magnetometer, water quality and camera systems (video and stills).
The Iver3 AUV is an affordable, commercial vehicle used by customers around the globe for sensor development, water quality, general survey work, sub-surface security and research.
The portability of the Iver3, along with high-fidelity collocated data, makes the platform ideal for detailed water column, bottom characteristics and target information missions.
L3 OceanServer has partnered with essential hardware and software companies to bring the most complete UUV solution to the market for all of these requirements.
The innovative AUVs are single-person-portable and include simple point-and-click mission planning. The on-board rechargeable battery allows the system to operate for ten hours (depending on environmental conditions and payload) and supports battery section swapping for continuous operation. With this endurance, the Iver3 is capable of covering more than 20km (12 miles) of survey lines on a single charge.
The Iver3 can be rapidly programmed and deployed to search a large area with little time or effort by the operator. The platform uses a series of sophisticated sensors to navigate the pre-programmed path while maintaining a constant height off the bottom, regardless of the water conditions.
Rechargeable unmanned undersea vehicles
.The Iver4 PW UUV offers users a new 300m workhorse system featuring long duration capability and no shipping restrictions with L3 OceanServer’s lithium-free standard design.
The Iver4 comes standard with rechargeable NiMH battery packs supporting up to 20hrs of runtime or > 74km mission duration for long ingress/egress missions.
The Iver4 PW is the first in a family of advanced UUVs to address a wide variety of customer missions, including defence applications such as multi-domain intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), anti-submarine warfare (ASW), as well as seabed and mine warfare.
This new system offers survey customers a commercial platform that can be easily shipped on common carriers without the concern of hazardous goods shipping.
The Iver4 comes standard with industry-leading tracking and safety communications, precise repeatable measurement, high-accuracy navigation, as well as low-drag side scan and bathymetry transducers.
Point-and-click mission planning software
Vector Map software supports mission planning for multiple vehicle missions on any geo-referenced 2D surface, S57, UAV Images, or raster charts. All missions are planned using simple point-and-click methodology.
Following mission completion, VectorMap can be used to log data and plot or export data from other tools. Mission reports can be generated in minutes. VectorMap has a full contact manager tool for marking sonar targets and other items of interest. All sensor data can be overlaid on VectorMap during post-processing.
About L3 OceanServer
Since 2003, L3 OceanServer has proven itself within a developing specialised market, providing highly efficient UUVs to a wide range of military, commercial and international clients.
L3 Technologies (OceanServer’s parent company) is a leading provider of communication and electronic solutions used in military, homeland security and commercial platforms. L3 is listed on the NYSE (LLL) and had sales of $10.5 billion in 2016.
At L3 OceanServer, customer support is the cornerstone of our business and is available 24/7, 365 days a year. OceanServer has sold more than 300 units worldwide.
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L3 Technologies announced that its Iver4 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) completed a mission lasting more than 14 hours in San Diego Bay, California, US.Read more
L3 OceanServer has been contracted to support the US Marine Corps Systems Command with an Iver3 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV).Read more
L3 OceanServer, a developer and manufacturer of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), announced today that it has recently added 4,700ft2 of space at its headquarters location in Fall River, Massachusetts, US.Read more
L3 OceanServer has announced its successful participation in the Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX), an annual event held at the Naval Undersea Warfare Centre in Newport, Rhode Island, US, where the future of naval technologies is demonstrated.Read more
OceanServer Technology recently participated in the first ever Unmanned Warrior (UW) in Loch Alsh, Scotland.Read more
OceanServer Delivers Next Generation AUV for Water Quality Solutions with YSI-Integrated Systems and Services
OceanServer Technology, the leading manufacturer of commercial Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), recently announced the continuation of a successful ten-year partnership with the launch of the next-generation EcoMapper.Read more
SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software for unmanned maritime systems, is pleased to announce that it has received an order from the United Kingdom's (UK) Ministry Of Defence (MOD) Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) to deliver a maritime autonomy demonstration system.Read more
OceanServer Technology has received orders for six new Iver autonomous underwater vehicle (AUVs) from three different customers.Read more
OceanServer Technology Inc has recently delivered an Iver autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for the MODUM project supported under the Nato Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.Read more
OceanServer Technology has received a contract from Florida Keys Community College (FKCC) for an Iver2 AUV equipped with an L-3 Klein 3500 Side Scan Sonar.Read more
A new line of modular buck-boost chargers for OEM applications that support a wide range of Li-Ion battery packs and provide full status monitoring via RS232 is being introduced by OceanServer Technology, Inc. of Fall River, MA.Read more
OceanServer Technology has received an order from Wentworth Environmental Services (WES) for a base 42 Iver2 AUV equipped with Klein 3500 Side Scan Sonar.Read more
OceanServer Technology has recently delivered two AUVs to SC Marine Research SRL located in Bucharest, Romania.Read more
OceanServer Technology has unveiled a new 'Base 42' vehicle equipped with the L-3 Klein UUV-3500 high resolution side scan sonar.Read more
The Physical Oceanography Group (PhOG) of University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences, has purchased an Iver2 (model EP42) for research programs, with delivery expected in July of this year. Professor Neal R. Pettigrew's PhOG research unit has operated an array of oceanographic real-time dataRead more
OceanServer Technology will be launching several new technologies at the Undersea Defense Technology conference to be held at the London ExCel Centre, June 7th-9th. OceanServer has recently introduced an integrated marine sonic HDS sidescan sonar in the 600/1200 (kHz) range, which willRead more
OceanServer has been awarded a contract from CIDCO (Centre Interdisciplinaire de Développement en Cartographie des Océans /Interdisciplinary Centre for the Development of Ocean Mapping) for an Iver2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). CIDCO has a long history of facilitatRead more
OceanServer has received a fourth contract from the University of Michigan for an Iver2 EP42 equipped with side scan sonar, ten-beam DVL and ADCP. Early this year, OceanServer delivered the university's third vehicle for service in the Great Lakes. The new vehicle will be used as part oRead more
OceanServer Technology announced today that it has received purchase orders for 12 new Iver2 AUVs from seven different customers during the last two months. Vehicle orders span four different defense related applications with the majority of these vehicles going to overseas customers. Research reRead more
OceanServer Technology (OTI) has announced that it recently delivered two light-weight multibeam sonar equipped AUV's to the Navy Special Warfare (NSW) command. These AUV's were competitively procured and operationally tested prior to delivery to the NSW command at the Stennis Space Center in SepRead more
OceanServer Technology, a leader in next generation AUV technology, announced today that Cal Poly has agreed to purchase a second Iver2 AUV for research purposes. The first Iver2 AUV was purchased in 2008 and has been used extensively for a variety of research applications, including one projectRead more
The Taiwan Ocean Research Institute (TORI) has acquired an Iver2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) to collect data for scientific research and improved environmental protection. The Iver2 EP42 vehicle capability includes side-scan sonar, acoustic current profiling, and a camera system along witRead more
OceanServer Technology (OTI) announced today that it was recently awarded a competitive procurement to deliver two lightweight multibeam sonar equipped AUV's to the US Navy. These AUV's are to be operationally tested and delivered to the Naval special warfare (NSW) command at the StennRead more
OceanServer Technology, a leader in next generation autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) technology, has announced that Australian Marine Ecology Pty Ltd has purchased an Iver2 AUV. The vehicle, equipped with OceanServer's new dual port camera system, will be used in a broad range of upRead more
OceanServer Technology has announced that it has recently delivered an Iver2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) to the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Indian Head Division. NSWC will use the Iver2 AUV for sensor development, general research, and in-water evaluation of new sensors.Read more
The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Coast Survey has recently purchased an Iver2 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) for research purposes. The Iver vehicle enables NOAA to evaluate the expanding role of small, lightweight AUVs for near coastal studies. The vehRead more
The Australian Centre for Field Robotics (ACFR), based at The University of Sydney, has purchased one Iver2 EP42 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). The ACFR is dedicated to the research, development, application and dissemination of field robotics principles. The Iver EP42 AUV model wRead more
OceanServer Technology, a leader in next generation AUVs, announced today that the University of Zagreb has purchased an Iver2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). The vehicle will support a number of research initiatives in Croatia. The University has ongoing efforts to collect marine data fRead more
OceanServer Receives Iver2 AUV Contract from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART)
OceanServer Technology, a leader in commercial AUVs, has received a contract from SMART, in Singapore, for an Iver2 AUV outfitted with a variety of water sensors. The vehicle is one of several critical assets used by SMART for next generation environmental data collection and modelling. The vehicRead more
OceanServer Technology, a leader in commercial AUVs, announced today that Arizona State has ordered a base vehicle for research purposes. The Iver2 vehicle includes a second CPU that enables users a quick path to modify the vehicle for a specific scientific objective or additional sensor. The vehRead more
OceanServer has signed a master marketing agreement with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)[NYSE: SAI] to deliver autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) solutions for a variety of defense-related, federal government and other markets. The agreement highlights OceanServeRead more