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Areté’s HydroSim, a real-time subsea sensor simulator designed for Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs), was recently featured in a Navy STP (SBIR/STTR Transition Program) tech talk. HydroSim runs in two modes, Automated for training AI/ML algorithms and Interactive, providing a real-time synthetic subsea video and sonar...
Arete is excited to showcase our advanced Maritime Domain Awareness capabilities at the Surface Navy Association’s 36th National Symposium January 9–11 in Crystal City, Virginia. These include our Pushbroom Imaging LiDAR (PILLS), our low size, weight, and power lasers, and world class mine counter measure technologies. Stop by booth #1222...
A medical drone the Army is testing may one day prove the difference between life and death for American troops in combat. Iowa National Guard soldiers trained with a drone that can scan wounded troops from the sky to get vital signs like heartbeat and breathing rates, Army officials said...
This month, the Office of Naval Research is sponsoring a team of government and industry scientists participating in the Robotic Experimentation and Prototyping using Maritime Un-crewed Systems (REPMUS-23) exercise off coastal Portugal. The team of commercial partners Areté, Fugro and Schiebel Corporation, along with the Naval Oceanographic Office and the...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI, UNITED STATES For the first time, the 294th Medical Company Area Support, from the Iowa National Guard, tested a groundbreaking technology by integrating drones in a training environment on Monday, August 7th. Medical squads were able to experience a cutting-edge drone system that can detect casualties from...