First NOAA Charting Survey Using an ASV

The unmanned survey boat was supplied by British company ASV

The first use of an Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) to perform bathymetry for updating the U.S. nautical charts for NOAA has taken place this summer. Surveying alongside a mother-vessel, the ASV collected data simultaneously on adjacent survey lines, effectively doubling the production rate of data.

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