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“I think things are being pushed forward through the adoption of technology from other industries and bringing it to the subsea space. For instance, our company is leveraging a lot of technology, electron- ics, and sof ware that was developed for the drone industry.”

Rusty Jehangir, Founder, CEO, Blue Robotics tonomy evolves. itself, rather how that autonomy is built We are really blurring the lines between “Autonomy and integration technolo- into the bigger picture system, whether “ROV” and “AUV” and minimizing the gies are the main (technology) drivers,” its and AUV, ROV or UUV, and includ- technical difference between manned said Kinnaman. “Autonomous tech- ing the human elememt, too. and unmanned. Autonomy lets us real- nologies in ROV systems are driving “The role of autonomy in UUVs is ize smarter more capable vehicles that us to reconsider how we crew offshore without a doubt the most signi

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