Underwater Vehicles & Batteries
Compare Our Autonomous Underwater Vehicles & Batteries
We offer numerous base AUV designs and batteries that can be easily customized to specific mission and program requirements through combination of modular elements as well as engineering and marine operation services when your project could use an extra mind or hand.
Small enough to fit in a backpack, our latest 4.8 inch diameter AUV dives to 600 feet and multiple vehicles can work in parallel for large area, underwater missions.
< 11 lbs
An air-shippable, deep-water AUV for operation from ships of opportunity
A hovering AUV for autonomous ship hull and infrastructure inspection
42 x 39.5 x 16 in
1.5 kWh Subsea Battery
A pressure-tolerant, high-energy-density pack for rechargeable power applications
15.1 x 5.2 x 8.2 in
The General Dynamics Mission Systems' Knifefish team successfully completed contractor trials for the U.S. Navy's Knifefish program, a mine countermeasure unmanned undersea vehicle.
General Dynamics Demonstrates Advanced Mission Command and Control among Unmanned Underwater, Airborne and On-shore Assets at ANTX 2017
NEWPORT, R.I. - General Dynamics Mission Systems and General Dynamics Electric Boat demonstrated multiple mission command, control and communication capabilities connecting Bluefin Robotics’ unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV) and a third-party provided unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with a simulated AN/BYG-1 submarine combat control center ashore.
A General Dynamics systems engineer deploys a Bluefin SandShark Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) into the Charles River. This lightweight AUV can swim up to five knots and dive down to 200 meters. Amy is a senior systems engineer working at the General Dynamics Mission Systems facility in…