Marine Research Videos

A collection of recent REMUS autonomous underwater vehicle - marine research videos.

The REMUS range of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUV are free-swimming autonomus underwater vehichles characterized by modularity, reliability and possibility for custom design.

Marine Robots Survey D-Day Rehearsal Wreckage for the First Time in History. Mission commemorates 70th anniversary of World War II Tragedy.

Help support a new autonomous system to track and study endangered sea turtles using the same technology that proved itself in SharkCam. Visit give.whoi.edu/projectwhoi to learn more.

Follow a REMUS 100 autonomous underwater vehicle on a dive off the Carolina coast to study the connection between the physical processes in the ocean at the edge of the continental shel and the things that live there. Video footage by Chris Linder. Funding by the Department of the Navy, Science & Technology; and Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE).

During the recent survey in Northern Sporades, the AUV Remus 100 was used to research the area between Alonnisos and Peristera. Here is a short movie, showing the release of the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle.

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) are the newest tool in sea mine warfare and a key focus during the sea phase of the U.S. 5th Fleet led international mine countermeasure exercise in the Persian Gulf. Using 18 units of the still experimental technology, UUVs covered 70 square nautical miles during the three-week exercise involving 41 nations.