The Harborcat is a 1150mm by 1000mm catamaran that features a simple construction that can easily be broken down for easy shipping to the required destination. Even in its fully assembled form it fits in perfectly onto the bed of a pick up to be easily transported. The twin-hull design aids in a flawless performance and aids in providing utmost stability at all times. Powered by a 32ah 14.8 volt lithium iron phosphate battery, the Harborcat is capable of enduring more than 15 hours of operational time. This is an unprecedented amount of time that is class leading. Thrust is provided by dual 9kg thrust motors that is powerful and stable in its performance. The recommended cruising speed stay at 1 m/s while the Harborcat can hit a maximum speed of 2.2 m/s with ease. Precise inputs can be given at all times with the included remote controller that has an operational range of 1 mile.
This marine system features a fully autonomous GPS waypoint based navigation system that is possible with real time telemetry link. With the aid of a laptop or a supported smart tablet one has access to real time point and click on map control, create or execute complicated waypoint based missions as well as the option to view live telemetry and location information. The Mission planner is an open source software that can be used to determine the area to be surveyed and the navigational plan is automatically created in a few seconds with just a few basic inputs from the user. New missions and plans can be uploaded and commands can be sent in real time even when the boat has already begun its cruise. This is possible with the included 915MHZ telemetry module with over a mile of controllable range. Cellular telemetry is also available if required.
A smart controller that is commonly used in aircrafts, this unique feature contains a vast array of sensors that aids in a flawless performance at all times regardless of the situations. The wide array of sensors include a redundant IMU, Gyroscopes, Accelerometers, Barometer, Compass, Voltage and Current monitors. These intuitive range of sensors provide a comprehensive real time on-screen instrumentation as seen on most aircrafts. The resulting metrics are logged onto a micro SD card that can later be downloaded for analysis or used if required again.
HarborCat can accommodate any type of payload according to your situational requirements or it can be professionally integrated with the following range of recommended payloads.
In order to relay and control the telemetry levels through the use of internet, this system is the one stop solution that gets it done with ease. It allows office users to direct the boat in real time, progress monitoring as well as viewing the high quality on demand video from anywhere in this world with the use of a high speed internet connection. If the cellular is unavailable, the smart system can automatically switch to 900MHz telemetry for local control inputs whenever required.
This is the ultimate solution for bathymetry. It is capable of saving the locations, side scan details and depth sounder recordings onto a Micro SD card at the same time. These details can later be used to process Bathymetric charts or visual sidescan orthomosaics using exclusive software such as Reefmaster, SonarTRX or the Hypack.
Achieve easy relative levels that are accurate within a cm for your lowrance system. This upgrade is capable of feeding GPS data into the Sonar unit via NEMA0183. The unit includes a base and a rover which are designed to communicate corrections over the telemetry links of the boat.
This unique and useful package adds the water quality sensors onto the mainframe of the boat. This can then help to save or log the results to a USB flash drive that can be reviewed later. The sensors include Ph, ORP, Dissolved oxygen, Conductivity and temperature sensors.
Using a smart tablet, this unique feature lets you view the sidescreen results in real time. With an operational range of 200-300m, this is a great option when dealing with sunken items in great depths.
This is another useful addition to the boat that comprises a gimbal stabilized thermal camera with a resolution of 312 x 256. The video can either be accessed via a high speed internet connection that is devoid of the cellular upgrade that is stated above. The same video can also be viewed with the included 1.2GHz video link system.