Iver2 To Be Used in Surveys and Harbor Security

May 2012
Sea Technology;May2012, p59
The article reports that imaging surveys and harbor security will be provided by the Iver2 base 42 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) from OceanServer Technology Inc. in Wentworth, Ontario.


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