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C&C Technologies has contracted with Kongsberg Simrad for the supply of a HUGIN 3000 deepwater autonomous/untethered underwater vehicle. The HUGIN 3000, rated to 3,000 meters deep, is 5.3 meters long and powered by a state-of-the-art aluminum oxygen fuel cell battery, providing a mission endurance of up to 48 hours before resurfacing. It will be integrated with a variety of survey sensors, including the EM 2000 multi-beam echo sounder for swath bathymetry and imagery. Other survey sensors include a chirp side scan sonar, a chirp sub-bottom profiler, and magnetometer.

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Publication:Pipeline & Gas Journal
Date:Dec 1, 1999
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