Monday, 16 May 2016

SAS 16: DARPA and ONR ready ACTUV unmanned vessel for open-water testing

The recently christened ACTUV unmanned vessel will soon undergo a comprenhensive trials campaign. ACTUV is a 130-foot twin-screw trimaran, designed for enhanced stability in all kinds of weather. It has a number of unusual features because it does not need to accommodate people. For example, interior spaces are accessible for maintenance but aren’t designed to support a permanent crew. 
The ACTUV unmanned vessel highlighted on Leidos' booth at Sea Air Space 2016 exhibition
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