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Ocean cleaning gets a little help from a start-up company of BIC UK.
Autoaut USV works beside the ocean cleaning. An ESA BIC UK aerospace firm has teamed up with The Ocean Cleanup to clean up the world's seas of plastic and waste. Recently audiences from around the globe witnessed the launch of the Ocean Clean Up System 001, also known as "Wilson", off the San Francisco coastline.
AutoNaut was on the ship - a groundbreaking USV (unmanned aerial vehicle) that now operates right next to this garbage disposal system at the seaside. Your job is to keep a long-term eye on the ambient condition and deliver information about Wilson itself. AutoNaut UPS can track and deliver more information about our ocean and our planet than ever before.
Fully driven by the wave and without CO2 emission, the on-board sensor captures rough ocean surfacing wave information, current, water quantity and meteorological condition, and can even hear and observe the aquatic creatures of dolphins and whales. This information is then analyzed and sent back via a terrestrial communication via satellites to an offshore carrier that could be anywhere in the globe.
During a two-year program of operations at the ESA United Kingdom BIC UK which is administered by STFC, the organization evolved its technologies. There, they used sophisticated sat-nav and communications equipment to enhance their navigational system and controls and deliver near real-time information from UPS sensor.
The Wilson and AutoNaut UPS are currently finishing some last attempts at ocean voyages 350 nm from San Francisco and will soon move to the North Pacific Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which marks the beginning of the operation. Led by STFC and a Europe-wide team of 20 highly acclaimed ESA BASICs, BIC UK is helping small businesses turn their bright vision into viable product and service offerings using the latest advances in aerospace and satellites technologies.
Each year it provides up to 10 companies with an amazing, meticulously crafted suite of services, including up to 41.5,000 in financing and accessing STFC's world-leading engineering knowledge and up to two years of UK based businesspartnership support.