Seafuture 2021: Graal Tech showcases MGB-300 Unmanned Surface Vehicle

The research and consultancy SME working in the fields of underwater robotics, control system design, instrumentation, and electromechanical engineering, Graal Tech, showcases MGB-300 Unmanned Surface Vehicles at SEAFUTURE2021 in La Spezia.

Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 MGB-300 Unmanned Surface Vehicles USV(Picture source: Navy Recognition)

MGB-300 is the newest Graal Tech autonomous vehicle belonging to the X-300 family. It is an Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV), equipped with a long-range radio device and an underwater acoustic modem. When used in combination with one or more X-300 AUVs can act as a data gateway between the underwater vehicles and the control station.

Like its parent X-300, MGB-300 is characterized by high maneuverability, flexible payload modularity, and open control system, making it a unique and versatile platform that can comply with many different mission needs.

MGB-300 is characterized by two retractable rods. During transportation, the rods are folded, but when the vehicle is in operation, the rods are opened in a vertical configuration. One points upward and carries a UHF radio modem for long-range data link with the control station. The other is completely underwater and transports an acoustic modem for transferring data to and from submerged assets.

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