REMUS 100 for Norwegian University of Technology and Science - 18/05/2012


The Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU) has purchased one REMUS 100 system to support and enhance the operations of the University’s Applied Underwater Robotics Laboratory (AUR Lab). The lab will use the REMUS 100 AUV to facilitate engineering education and research and support scientific data collection and samplings.

"The AUR Lab includes many of the world’s leading experts in subsea technology, environmental monitoring and marine research, and we are honored to assist with their efforts," says Christopher von Alt, president and co-founder of Hydroid. "Employing a REMUS 100 will allow the lab to collect scientific data and samplings from areas where boats cannot travel, in the end helping them produce scientific results that were previously unattainable."

The NTNU AUR Lab is a multidisciplinary education and research laboratory for underwater operations and underwater robotics. The lab brings together experts in control engineering, marine biology, marine archaeology, electrical engineering and telecommunications to support education and research in a variety of areas, including biology, underwater acoustics and subsea oil and gas.

Last updated: 17/10/2019