Saab Seaeye receives Sabertooth order
Saab Seaeye has received a second order from Modus for its Seaeye Sabertooth AUV, the company announced on 7 May.
The 3000m rated Sabertooth will be equipped with extended autonomous endurance and increased thrust for high-speed survey. It will be prepared for the integration of advanced and high-resolution sensors for different types of applications and operations. The Modus vehicle features iCON intelligent control behaviour-based architecture.
Sabertooth is a roaming and hovering system with 360° orientation that can operate in both fully autonomous (AUV) and tethered (ROV) modes, enabling fully flexible dual operations from a single platform.
The system will be delivered in the third quarter of 2019.
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