Our iCON™ intelligent robotics architecture enables extensive and advanced system development and opens up many creative and collaborative opportunities.
Universities and research institutions choose our robotics for their renowned reliability. Whether operating over extended periods or in highly demanding environmental conditions, our systems have the power, control and flexibility to master the challenges of strong currents and tides and remain stable whilst filming, data gathering and sampling.
Scientists at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have acquired a second Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robot. The Seaeye Falcon is used to conduct surveys of marine fish and invertebrates in Washington’s Puget Sound, where some rockfish populations were fished to levels that threatened extinction.
ASI Group have deployed a Saab Seaeye Falcon robot into crocodile-infested waters in East Africa. The crocodiles have been preventing manual inspection of remote inland underwater structures supporting East Africa’s power generation.
A Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robot has helped complete the first-ever systematic scientific survey of the waters of the Maldives — the lowest-lying nation on earth.