Product overview

Commercial products

Lessons learned from dolphins

The S2C (Sweep-Spread Carrier) technology, developed after eight years of extensive studies into the physics of dolphin communication, mimics dolphin sound energy patterns to deliver acoustic signals even in adverse underwater conditions.

Based on S2C technology, the R series Underwater Acoustic Modems provide reliable full-duplex digital communication and support multiple data management options along with addressing and networking. The R series offer multiple configuration options to best-fit any application scenario.

To target the size- and weight-sensitive applications, the S2C M-series offers the full benefits of the S2C technology in a light and compact design.

Precise tracking and reliable communication

A space-, time- and cost-saving solution for multiple subsea applications, the R Series USBL Underwater Acoustic System is an underwater positioning and communication device that combinies the tracking and navigation functionality of a USBL transceiver with all the benefits of an S2C technology full-duplex communication link.

Both features complement each other in a fully integrated system. Positioning data is calculated simultaneously with acoustic transmissions, so there is no need for switching between positioning and communication modes.

Advanced Hydrographic Survey

Sonobot is a lightweight unmanned surface vehicle for hydrographic surveys, research or surveillance. Capable of both autonomous and remotely controlled operation, this fast and maneuverable USV is a great cost-effective solution for bathymetry and seafloor imaging in hard to reach or dangerous locations.

Advanced projects

Lessons learned from fish fins

Studies conducted on the nature of the fish fins, has resulted in a patented FinRay effect. The shape adaptive form of the FinRay effect can be used in a wide range of applications.

The FinRay form elements in combination with positioning system from the S2C modems and innovative mechatronics, has yielded the award winning “Manta Ray”, an advanced form of autonomous underwater vehicle that propels itself with a natural movement of “fins” for use as noiseless monitoring system. Other applications include shape adaptive grippers and body hugging seat backs.

Lessons learned from bird flight

The revolutionary design of propellers is based on extensive study of the vortexes created by bird’s wing tips in motion. The traditional design creates mini tornadoes in their wake which takes time to die down, results in noise and lowers fuel efficiency.

The new design is a modern, scientific, out of the box thinking into a very traditional design of propellers.

Intelligent control

EvoLogics has designed robots that use fluidic muscles with large pressure capacity and ability to perform almost human like actions. By supplementing this with creative mechatronics, EvoLogics continues its research into new innovative robotic performance.

This innovation can be combined with other advances for application in underwater robotics for operations like rescue and recovery.