Naval propulsion systems based on hydrogen technologies and fuel cells for submarines, electric vessels, and submarine and surface unmanned vehicle systems
✓ Jetboats and JetCaps
✓ Floating houses
Some of the characteristics of the system are:
✓ Innovative and highly reliable naval surface platforms, successfully tested in manned mode.
✓ Modular platforms for underwater unmanned vehicles, based on projects already executed successfully.
✓ Air independent propulsion (AIP) modules based on hydrogen technologies and PEM fuel cells, for application in underwater unmanned vehicles.
✓ An innovative and reliable Modular Adaptive Platform for Mission, Command and Control of Marine Unmanned Vehicles.
✓ A new module for the visual and automatic recognition of ships and naval surface platforms.
High autonomy surface and underwater unmanned vehicle systems:
✓ Hybrid Unmanned Vehicles (ROVs and AUVs)
✓ Underwater gliders (Ugliders)
Awardees of the MEDUSA 300 Phase I project to develop and obtain the fuel cell for the AIP system of the S-80 submarines of the Spanish Navy, in a joint venture with the CIDAUT Foundation, in a project in which the UNED (Las Rozas), CIEMAT and CP-CISC.
✓ Specific low and high temperature PEM fuel cells for integration with bioethanol reforming and suitable for use in submarines (MEDUSA 300 Project).