Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Robotics as a Service

MaynSol's survey operations use unmanned subsea and surface robotic vehicles to collect vast volumes of marine data using state of the art sensors.

RaaS utilises seasmart::, our advanced automation capability, that delivers multi-layered data on an easy to view cloud based interface for you to make better decisions sooner.​

MarynSol delivers survey, inspection and monitoring services in the following areas:

> Offshore Wind (OWynd)

> Tidal Energy (ORA+)

> Near shore & inland hydrographic surveys

> Aquaculture inspection surveys

> Environmental impact monitoring

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A complete Offshore Windfarm inspection package that combines both our SeaWynd and CableWynd technologies below.

*Both technologies are also available separately



​​An automated inspection of your turbine's foundational structure from the seabed up to the splash zone, combining several subsea and above water profiling technologies.

  • Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV)

  • LiDAR

  • Photogrammetry

  • Multi-beam sonar

  • Fully automated data-point integration

  • Time lapsed change detection monitoring

  • Real time data delivery

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Combines high-resolution sonar imagery with accurate cable positioning to provide a detailed and efficient inspection of offshore wind farm interconnection and export cables.

  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)

  • Cable Depth of Burial

  • Free spanning measurement

  • Hydrographic survey

  • Fully automated data-point integration

  • Time lapse change monitoring

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Ocean Resource Analysis using Robotics

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Aimed at tidal turbine array developers and investors, ORA+ is a tidal stream energy resource measurement and bathymetric service using an uncrewed surface vehicle (USV).


Using an USV, we're are able to deliver extensive current measurements over a greater area, optimising the asset developer's placement options more quickly.

The plots provide an example of how current measurement (m/s) can be converted to energy yields (MWhrs) over vast body of water.

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