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Teledyne Invests In Marine Autonomous Vehicles

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Teledyne has invested in Ocean Aero, a San Diego, California-based company, designing unmanned surface vehicles that also have the ability to descend subsea. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Ocean Aero is designing the Submaran, a vehicle capable of operating in both surface and sub-surface environments.

[Image courtesy: Ocean Aero]

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