Enamor Ltd, based in Gdynia, Poland, is a research and production company with a strong focus on cutting-edge technology projects in navigation, communication, hydrography, and automation. Their collaboration with Teledyne Gavia spans over a decade since the initial delivery of Gavia AUVs for the Polish Navy EOD divers in 2012 and subsequent Gavia deliveries including for the Kormoran class MCMVs.
In the first half of 2023, Enamor’s engineers and technicians underwent rigorous training at Teledyne Gavia to perform AUV maintenance routines in Poland. As a result, Enamor has now been officially appointed as a regional Service Center for AUVs in Europe, a testament to their dedication to quality service and support.
This development highlights Teledyne’s commitment to ensuring AUVs’ operational readiness and efficiency in Europe. Teledyne Gavia’s AUVs, known for their low logistics modular design, can be rapidly transported and maintained, increasing operational availability and reliability. This versatility allows AUVs to be configured for various missions, including mine countermeasures (MCM), search & salvage, hydrographic survey, and critical underwater infrastructure inspections.
Maciej Rek, CEO of Enamor, stated, “Teledyne Gavia and Enamor have a strong and successful working relationship that spans over a decade. With Teledyne Gavia’s continued support and innovation, as well as Enamor’s commitment to quality service and support provided to the Polish MOD, the Polish MOD will be using Gavia AUVs for years to come.”
“We are excited about this continued collaboration with Enamor and look forward to providing excellent service and support to AUV operators in Europe. The opening of this Service Center is a significant milestone in our efforts to meet the diverse needs of our customers and further strengthen our presence in the region”, says Stefan Reynisson, Vice President & General Manager of Teledyne Gavia.
Teledyne Gavia provides turnkey survey solutions to customers undertaking various tasks for military, commercial, and scientific applications. The Gavia AUV can carry an array of sensors and custom payload modules that make it perfect for any research, monitoring, or surveillance task where autonomy, cost, and ease of deployment matters. Its modular design allows for rapid sensor reconfiguration and battery replacement. Teledyne Gavia’s manufacturing facility comprises a 1,500-square-meter building in Kópavogur, Iceland, with research, engineering, production, and sea trial facilities on Iceland’s North Atlantic coast.