BAE Systems completes Riptide acqusition
BAE Systems has completed the acquisition of key assets of Riptide Autonomous Solutions, the company announced on 3 June.
Specialising in small UUVs, Riptide’s platforms are sophisticated, efficient and highly flexible. Integrated within BAE Systems’ wider portfolio of sonar, signal processing, sensor fusion, undersea communications, electronic warfare and autonomous systems solutions, the new capabilities will enable BAE Systems to offer a family of UUV and integrated payload solutions capable of supporting a variety of critical missions.
Riptide will join the BAE Systems' electronic systems sector, as part of the FAST Labs organisation. The FAST Labs team will mature Riptide’s platform technology, demonstrate new solutions and scale manufacturing production.
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