Sarcos Announces Delivery of Guardian® Sea Class Robotic System to UK Supplier Atlantas Marine
Sale of commercially available Guardian Sea Class systems is an important milestone for Sarcos.
The Guardian Sea Class is a teleoperated, dual-armed manipulation system with six-function dexterity per arm and performs in depths of up to one kilometer (1,000 meters). When integrated with VideoRay’s Defender ROV, which delivers exceptional power and maneuverability, it is expected to enable operations in currents up to four knots. The use of the Guardian Sea Class system reduces the need for divers to work in dangerous underwater conditions, allowing for safer, faster operations.
“We are looking forward to putting the integrated Sarcos and VideoRay underwater system to work,” said
The Guardian Sea Class system is electronically driven, eliminating the added weight, size and expense of hydraulic power unit systems, lowering maintenance costs and reducing the risk of system downtime. When paired with VideoRay’s Defender ROV, it augments the ROV’s existing capabilities, flexibility and upgradeability, to perform a varied range of complex and precise tasks using handheld tools and sensors.
“This sale to Atlantas is an important milestone that demonstrates Sarcos’ ability to bring complex robotic systems to market and shows the important role the Guardian Sea Class robot can play in challenging underwater environments,” said
For more information on Sarcos and its underwater robotics solutions, please visit www.sarcos.com.
Atlantas Marine is a privately owned
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