The next wave of uncrewed surface vehicles
A flexible platform for defense, environmental and offshore energy applications
SeaTrac designs and develops uncrewed surface vehicles for persistent in-shore and open-ocean missions. Energy is derived from solar panels; propulsion comes from a highly efficient electric motor. Power from the vessel’s substantial battery storage allows for consistent cruise speeds over days with varying weather conditions.
Applications & Markets
SeaTrac’s broad array of compatible sensors and intuitive software controls provide access to a wide range of environments and marine data. Get better data faster and more economically with SeaTrac.
Rapid Development in the Navy: Working with Task Force 59 in the Arabian Gulf
Ocean News | March, 2023
SeaTrac's Jigger Herman featured on NPR’s Living on Earth
NPR / Living on Earth | March, 2023
SeaTrac, DBV Technology & Princeton University novel seafloor geodesy mission featured in Underwater Robotics
Underwater Robotics Magazine | March, 2023
The target areas in Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico exhibit an array of conditions with differences in depth, water clarity, boat traffic and habitat types, which makes this area a fertile testing ground. Learn More
Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is a valuable coastal habitat in Massachusetts, forming a complex underwater landscape that stabilizes seafloor and adjacent shoreline, filters the water of sediments and nutrients, and provides important habitat for shallow water species. Learn More
Researchers gain valuable information from battery-powered sensors deployed on the ocean floor, sometimes for months at a time. Retrieving data from these sensors typically involves sending out a ship: from a location directly above the sensor, an acoustic modem uploads or “harvests” the data from a sensor, before proceeding to the next sensor. Learn More
Reliable, and cost-effective solutions for near-shore and offshore applications. From pre-sale demos and testing through deployment and in field-support.