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Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) deployment and retrieval considerations for submarines

@inproceedings{Hardy2008UnmannedUV,
  title={Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) deployment and retrieval considerations for submarines},
  author={Tim Hardy},
  year={2008}
}
develop tailored platform solutions to enable integrated and effective methods of UUV deployment and recovery on vessels of all types. The maturity of such systems varies, ranging from reasonably mature surface vessel UUV deployment and recovery systems to less mature submarine systems. The operational benefits of submarine-based UUV operation could be enormous yet the integration challenges are significant, particularly for smaller conventionally-powered submarines. The paper will briefly… 
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Paper on UUV Deployment and Retrieval Options for Submarines presented at INEC
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Figures 3 & 4 -Image courtesy of Kongsberg Maritime Ltd. 2. Figures 12 & 13 -Images courtesy of Mr
  • Figures 3 & 4 -Image courtesy of Kongsberg Maritime Ltd. 2. Figures 12 & 13 -Images courtesy of Mr
The authors wish to thank the following persons for their assistance in preparing this paper
  • The authors wish to thank the following persons for their assistance in preparing this paper
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