Training, engineering, higher education and innovation.
AMC Search is a global leader in the development of Autonomous Maritime Systems training and engineering.
We work with both defence and civilian organisations and provide support to the University of Tasmania's Autonomous Maritime Systems Laboratory for the delivery of higher education teaching and research.
AMC Search delivers our training and engineering services utilising a fleet of Autonomous Maritime Systems including a Hydroid Remus 100, IVER4-580, ISE Explorer Class AUV, WAM-V 16 USV and a number of small Blue ROVs. We also provide on-water support through a purpose built service vessel that was designed by AMC Search Naval Architects for AMS launch and recovery.
The Autonomous Maritime Systems section is run by a team of global experts in AUV training, engineering, research and education and is structured under three key areas:
The AMC Search Autonomous Maritime Systems division also co-ordinates access and activities at AMS-TEC, Australia’s centre of excellence for testing and evaluating AMS technologies in temperate and high energy marine environments.
Demonstration video of AMC Search's Micro ASV the 'EduCat'. Designed and built at AMC, the EduCat uses readily available COTS components to deliver ‘full’ USV capability in a ‘micro’ package. 1.8m in length, Weight 30Kg, with up to 7.5Kg of sensor or payload capacity.