Real Time Data

Designed from the ground up to be lightweight and manoeuvrable, Lemvos has developed an Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV), equipped with advanced sensors and waypoint navigation offering real-time data collection and inspection solutions for waterborne operations.

These solar electric vessels are intended to operate autonomously from docking stations, allowing for remote operations with zero setup time and personnel on-site.

Ease of Deployment

The docking station removes the need for personnel to tether and untether the vessel, thus enabling rapid, cost-effective mobilisation. The USV can autonomously navigate a predetermined route, whilst still allowing for full manual control.

Environmentally Friendly

The solar powered electric motor not only eliminates emissions, but also has reduced maintenance requirements and is more efficient and quieter in operation than traditional combustion engines.


This enables long endurance operations, without the need for provisions, and deployment into hazardous and dangerous environments without putting personnel at risk. Labour and training costs are also reduced.


Lemvos can transform how the structural integrity of infrastructure in, on and around the water is inspected. With a fully customisable sensor suite and 360-degree cameras, Lemvos’ USVs can be deployed with ease and efficiency to meticulously gather data for evaluation, allowing for early detection of potential problems.


Utilising USVs with inbuilt obstacle avoidance technology, Lemvos presents a new approach to support port security processes. These vessels can be deployed remotely or use waypoint navigation to patrol ports and waterways for suspicious activities. All the while sending real-time data to the port command centre, assisting with rapid responses to potential threats and illegal activities. This application of the Lemvos USV mitigates risk to personnel and reduces human labour requirements.


The Lemvos USVs are capable of comprehensively collecting data for water analysis, including salinity, turbidity and oxygen levels to help identify environmental fluctuations in a fishery. Being electric and almost inaudible, these vessels are ideally suited to monitor fish stocks with minimal disturbance to underwater habitats. They can also be deployed to help detect illegal fishing and provide surveillance.


Serving as a surface platform for Uncrewed Underwater Vehicles (UUV) to launch from and return to for recharging and data transfer, the Lemvos USV can function as a communication hub and mothership. This would enable higher accuracy of inspections and investigations in deep water and facilitate deeper explorations of our oceans and waterways.

The redesign and electrification of vessels are further steps towards decarbonisation, improving our air quality and reducing water pollution. Our technology reduces the environmental impact of many waterborne operations, helping to conserve our oceans and waterways for future generations.

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