HyDrone RCV - Trimble Dimensions 2014

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HyDrone RCV - Trimble Dimensions 2014
HyDrone RCV
Remote Controlled Vessel
Ted Read – Ohmex Ltd.
HyDrone - Background
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Small river surveys
Difficult launch sites
Overhanging canopy
Weed & debris
Bridges & Structures
Right of Access
RCV’s – What is wrong ?
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Too big and heavy X
Too Fast X
Unstable monohull X
Expensive X
Non - Modular X
Hydrone – What is right ?
1997
2005
2010
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Stable multihull √
KISS technology √
Lightweight √
Low cost √
Flexible design √
No ASV √
Towable √
HyDrone
Basic Design Concept ...
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Modular frame
Radio Controlled
ISM Frequency
Twin propellers
Counter-rotation
Flexible power
Brushless motors
Water cooled
Easy access
HyDrone
Non Autonomous
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Unforseen obstacles
Floating Debris
Time consuming
High skill overhead
HyDrone
Hydrographic use
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HydroLite platform
SonarMite E/S
RTK GPS
Total Station
Local/Remote data
Long work cycle
Easy battery swap
HyDrone
Stable platform
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<40Kg Payload
SonarMite DFX
ADCP flow meter
O2 Water Quality
Geophysics
HyDrone
Prototype ( the 787 trap )
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<10kg Weight
Snap apart design
Min. parts in water
Anemometer
Bluetooth control
Integrated message
LiPoly Batteries
HyDrone – Android BYOD
Further Information Q&A
John Tamplin - President
Ted Read - MD
§  www.seafloorsystems.com
§  www.ohmex.com

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