• Kraken Robotics (PNG) has received a $1.3 million purchase order from an unnamed customer for the AquaPix synthetic aperture sonars
  • The systems will be used for minehunting and security applications
  • Kraken’s AquaPix is an off-the-shelf, configurable SAS that replaces high-end sidescan systems
  • Kraken Robotics is a Canada-based marine technology company providing complex subsea sensors, batteries, and robotic systems
  • Kraken Robotics Inc. (PNG) opened trading at C$0.58

Kraken Robotics (PNG) has received a $1.3 million purchase order from an unnamed customer for the AquaPix synthetic aperture sonars (SAS).

These systems will be integrated into NATO Navy’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) for use in minehunting and security applications. Delivery is expected in 2023.

Kraken’s AquaPix is an off-the-shelf, configurable SAS that replaces high-end sidescan systems delivering higher resolution, range, and area coverage rates (ACR). Kraken’s AquaPix is capable of 2 cm x 2 cm Ultra High-Definition SAS imaging at long ranges.  AquaPix is modular and has been integrated and deployed on more than 20 different underwater vehicle platforms from shallow water to full ocean depth. 

About Kraken Robotics

Kraken Robotics is a Canada-based marine technology company providing complex subsea sensors, batteries, and robotic systems. Kraken Robotics has offices in North and South America and Europe.

Kraken Robotics Inc. (PNG) opened trading at C$0.58.


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