UAM Tec provides technology with a combination of sonar, video, and photogrammetry to within 20mm. Our solution ensures engineers are not physically out in the field surveying, but rather analysing the data, images, and video footage collected from the AUVs.
Flooded tunnels pose significant difficulties when attempting to perform comprehensive condition assessment and integrity surveys. Our Advanced AUVs allow access to previously inaccessible areas and are capable of performing long-distance tunnel and channel inspections in highly demanding environments.
UAM Tec offers flexible and adaptable subsea data collection solutions, designed to collect, manage, and analyse underwater data. By combining the latest in AI and machine learning technologies our AUVs are capable of identifying biological life and capturing any associated data that may be relevant to scientific research.
The Oil & Gas industry is estimated to spend around $50B a year globally to monitor pipelines that run up to nearly 10 million kilometres in total. One of the largest obstacles the industry faces is surveying deepwater pipelines for burial, freespans, and buckling. Our AUVs can offer a cost-effective and safe surveying solution which negates the need for rig shutdowns and placing divers in harm’s way.
The gathering and analysis of subsea data and evidence can be greatly assisted by employing our Advanced AUVs. Whether it's locating a sunken vessel or used by emergency services to search for missing people, UAM Tec can assist both commercial sectors and law enforcement agencies to search and recover in deep waters and murky environments.
Australia has Marine Parks ranging from 1,000,000 km2 (Coral Marine Park) to some as small as 2,400 km2 (Jervis Marine Park), all of which are unmapped and not completely understood. UAM Tec aims to map these parks and provide a 3D Waterview, whilst providing crucial repetitive data. Our goal is to help in the management and preservation of our marine parks now and into the future.