UX-1Neo is the upscaling version of the former UX-1, developed in the UNEXMIN project (2016-2019). The project representatives collected feedback and requirements from potential customers, together with the analysis of malfunctions/limitations found in the previous robot to make this new, improved version.
Both robots share the same dimensions and functionalities, however, UX-1Neo is a lighter, modular vehicle with better hardware, software, and geoscientific instruments. These improvements resulted in a more versatile and effective robot in the field, with more productive and cost-effective missions!
The robot was developed in 2020, and it is the first robot built within the UNEXUP project. Now it is ready to perform underwater surveying missions in the EU and worldwide, and collect valuable geoscientific and spatial data from these sites.
Are you interested in benefiting from this innovative technology? Learn more about UNEXUP field missions and contact the team!
- Swappable batteries
- Removable disk enclosure
- HDPE frame
- 10 Gb fibre optical umbilical
- Depth: 1000m (except M3 500m & scanning sonar 750m)
- 2600 Wh
- Dimensions: 700 x 620 mm
- Approx. weight: <90 kg
- >8h operation (estimated)
- Multibeam sonar
- 2 scanning sonars
- 6 cameras with onboard processing
- Flotation foam
- Full 6 DOF thrusters control
- 6 structured light system (SLS) units
- Pressure tolerant pendulum
- Underwater connectors and cabling
- Hyperspectral unit
- Water sampler unit
- Water chemistry unit
- Oxygen concentration
- Fluxgate magnetometer
- Sub-bottom sonar