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“AutoNaut can sit and wait for a Tsunami, an eruption or spring bloom and can also deploy into places too dangerous to go for a manned vessel. And they can get simultaneous measurements. In Antarctica that’s very important.” – Karen Heywood, Leader of the glider program at the University of East Anglia (UEA) slots into a gap in the AutoNaut’s stern Arctic, especially in winter. Increasingly AutoNaut’s USVs, in- cone, preventing it moving during tran- For this project, AutoNaut is working cluding a sensor payload in a

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