Remus 100  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: 70
Also Known As: Remote Environmental Measuring UnitS
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Hydroid
Parent System: REMUS
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: ?
Family Members: Remus 600 and Remus 6000
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Description: The Remus (Remote Environmental Measuring UnitS) is a family of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) developed by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Hydroid to operate at 100 to 6,000 meters in depth. The AUVs can be equipped with a variety of payloads and sensors the meet the customer's requirements in both oceanic and shallow waters. The Remus family is suitable for the following applications: Hydrographic surveys; Mine counter measure (MCM) operations; Harbor security operations; Environmental monitoring; Debris field mapping; Search and salvage operations; Fishery operations; and Scientific sampling and mapping.

The Remus 100 is a compact and lightweight AUV designed for operation in the coastal environment up to 100 meters in depth. The underwater vehicle can be modified to include a variety of sensors and systems to meet specific mission requirements. Powered by a 1 kw-hr lithium ion battery the Remus 100 can remain on station for 22 hours at speeds of 3 knots or 8 hours at five knots. A single Remus 100 contract station can control up to four AUVs. Standard sensor equipment includes Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) / Doppler Velocity Log (DVL); Side Scan Sonar; Conductivity & Temperature; and Pressure. So far, the Remus 100 has logged tens of thousands of operating hours for customers such as the US Navy. The US Navy utilizes the Remus 100 for shallow waters mine countermeasure operations.

Remus 100 Applications

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Remus 100 Specifications

Crew: 0
Length: 1.60 meter
Width: 190 millimeter
Battery Capacity: 1 kWh
Max Operating Depth: 100 meter
Top Speed: 5 knot (0.01 mach)
Mission Endurance: 22 hour
Max Weight: 37 kilogram (82 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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US Navy shallow waters mine countermeasure operations

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