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From left Craig Bulger, project engineer with the Centre of Applied Ocean Technology at the Holyrood Marine Base and the CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; and Andrew Walsh, electronics technologist at Fugro, re-fasten the main hatch of the AUV.

From left Craig Bulger, project engineer with the Centre of Applied Ocean Technology at the Holyrood Marine Base and the CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; and Andrew Walsh, electronics technologist at Fugro, re-fasten the main hatch of the AUV.

From left Craig Bulger, project engineer with the Centre of Applied Ocean Technology at the Holyrood Marine Base and the CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; and Andrew Walsh, electronics technologist at Fugro, re-fasten the main hatch of the AUV.


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