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Unmanned Target Boat

The unmanned target boat is a kind of unmanned boat product on the water that is designed based on the quality requirements of the national military standard project and faces the harsh environment. By carrying different equipment, the unmanned target boat can achieve different tasks, so it is widely used in dynamic target simulation, shooting and other fields. The product can also be configured according to customer needs to achieve personalized functional goals.


The wave glider is a new type of marine unmanned surface vessel powered by wave energy. It can directly transform wave energy into navigation power and use solar energy as power source. It has the advantages of long time and far distance navigation, low maintenance, high reliability, strong endurance and adaption of bad sea conditions. It adopts Beidou equipment for communication and positioning, carrying relative sensors for marine environment monitoring, marine biology researching, marine fishery development, marine meteorology observation, etc. The wave glider is composed by surface hull and underwater propeller which are connected by 6m umbilical cable.

Ocean observation buoy

There are three types of ocean observation buoys: large (10m), medium (6m), and small (3m), which are suitable for long-term continuous work in harsh environments such as shallow seas and deep seas. After the buoys are deployed, there is no need for manual intervention, which can ensure real-time transmission of monitoring data, data accuracy, and system reliability, and establish a data platform to collect and analyze data from multiple buoys in the area, and publish the data on the network for sharing .

Tsunami buoy

A tsunami is called a "shallow water wave" and its wavelength can reach hundreds of kilometers, which is much larger than the water depth. In the deep water area, the existence of the "bottom" can be felt, and it is an ideal low-pass filter. Tsunamis, tides and other long-period fluctuations are monitored by simply measuring pressure at a fixed point on the ocean floor. Once a tsunami occurs, the tsunami buoy can be triggered automatically or by manual instruction (satellite transmission) for high-density sampling and data transmission. The system includes a seabed-based pressure gauge (with acoustic release and battery unit), surface mooring system (mainly used for hydroacoustic communication and satellite data transmission). The real-time water level data in the early warning responsibility area will be integrated into the tsunami buoy system, which can provide functions and management similar to tide level stations.

Communication relay buoy

The communication relay buoy focuses on solving the problem that when the distance from the underwater terminal to the shore base station in the ocean network is too far, a buoy relay station can be set up to forward the signal sent by the previous station to the next station as it is, extending the communication distance and maintaining better communication quality.

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