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Cambridge Automated Underwater Vehicle

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CAUV stands for Cambridge Autonomus Underwater Vehicle, it is a student developed autonomous submarine, with multiple capabilities. The initial design criteria was for a small ROV to inspect the underside of pancake ice flows in the arctic. Developing an AUV that could perform this task remains our long term goal. However, our immediate challenge is the SAUC -e competition.

The design of CAUV is light compact and sleek, at under 6kg it could easily be carried around in a flight case for easy deployment. However by taking advantage of the resent size reduction in electronics and batteries, CAUV also packs a punch, with an endurence of a few hours, and a 1Ghz computer the size of a playing card, CAUV will have the brains to tackle a variety of missions.

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