Sentinus
self-operating underwater robot

More than just an ROV, the Sentinus underwater inspection robot provides clear, complete, detailed video imagery with a heavy emphasis on ease of use.
Free up your operator’s hands so they can focus on the important stuff.

Data Collection
1000m2 per hour

One Man Deployment
16 KG light-weight robot

Large area scans
Wide-area documentation

Power Options
Battery or top-side power

Automatic Survey
Computer-driven navigation

next generation
hull survey equipment

A TOOL THAT WORKS FOR YOU

Say goodbye to complex and time-consuming mission planning. 
The Sentinus uses computer vision to “see” where it is going and where it has been, calculating full-coverage survey scans via intelligent algorithms. 

At the press of a few buttons, the Sentinus starts its scan process and works with you, not against you, leaving the operator’s hands free and focussed on watching the output. 

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

FULL OF FUNCTIONALITY
FEATURES THAT MAKE INSPECTIONS FASTER AND EASIER

MOVEMENT FLEXIBILITY

inspect from any orientation

Ideal for hull or infrastructure inspections that involve curved surfaces, the Sentinus can rotate freely to inspect at any angle. Need to inspect the bottom of a hull? Rotate the Sentinus with ease and gather the whole picture with no limitations. 

CHOOSE FROM A RANGE OF CUSTOMISATIONS

options for every
subsea application

Every job is different, so we provide a range of different options.

Topside Power

Available for jobs where the robot will be running for long periods.

Battery Power

This configuration is ideal for smaller inspection areas or shorter surveys.

Ground Station

Mobile ground-station is available, including glare-resistant monitor.

Carry Cases

Convenient, wheeled carry cases for the robot and tether system .

Want to pinpoint what the Sentinus can deliver for you?

Get in touch to book a demo and experience the system first-hand.

technical
specifications

Sentinus Technical Specifications

Dimensions

227 x 375 x 996 mm

Maximum Rated Depth

100 metres

Battery Run Time

~60 min at normal use

Thrusters

8 x 390 W

Mass

16 kilograms

Construction

Aluminium enclosures,
polycarbonate, acrylic.

Forward Speed

1.0 m/s (2 knots) at normal use

Operating Temperature

-5 to +35 °C

Battery

Battery Nominal Voltage

14.8 V

Nominal Capacity

14000 mAh / 18000 mah

Nominal Energy

266 wh

Charging Temperature

+5 to +30 °C

Operating Temperature

-5 to +35 °C

 

Tether

Tether Length

From 75m

Breaking Strength

100 kilograms

Cable Size

26 AWG

Number of Cables

1 twisted pair (copper)

Sensors

IMU

9 axis gyro & accelerometer
& magnetometer

Temperature Sensor

+/-1 °C

Depth Sensor

Resolution: 0.2 mbar

Depth Sensor Operating Range

0 to 30 bar

Lighting

Lighting Type

LED

Strength

14 x 1500 Lumen lights onboard

Adjustable Dimming

Yes

Navigation

Autonomous Navigation

Yes

Self-stabilizing

Yes

Auto-heading

Yes

Obstacle Avoidance

Yes

Auto-depth

Yes

optional extras

Topside Power Supply

Size

(L x W x H) 47.2 x 36.8 x 14.9 cm

Output Current (Max)

4A

Humidity

10-95% RH non-condensing

Input Current (Max)

15A

Mass

11 kilograms

Output Power (Max)

1600W

IP Rating

IP20

Input Power (Max)

1800W

Operating Temperature

-30°C to +50°C

Efficiency (Nominal)

90.5%

Output Voltage

400VDC

Topside Control Station

Compatibility

Android, Windows, Linux

Optional Headset

VR Goggles

Monitor

2000 nits

Connection

HDMI cable

SIMPLE SUBSEA SURVEYING

explore how the Sentinus applies to your industry

Vessels
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Infrastructure
Harbour Background
Offshore
wind farm

Blue Atlas Robotics © 2022     |     10 Forskerparken, Odense, Denmark    |       Ph: +45 29 28 25 48     |     CVR: 39944618

Sentinus

self-operating underwater
inspection robot

More than just an ROV, the Sentinus underwater inspection robot provides clear, complete, detailed video imagery with a heavy emphasis on ease of use.
Free up your operator’s hands so they can focus on the important stuff.

Fast Data Collection
1000m2 per hour

One Man Deployment
16 KG light-weight robot

Large area scans
Wide-area documentation

Power Options
Battery or top-side power

Automatic Survey
Computer-driven navigation

next generation
hull survey equipment

TOOLS THAT WORK FOR YOU

Say goodbye to complex and time-consuming mission planning. 
The Sentinus uses computer vision to “see” where it is going and where it has been, calculating full-coverage survey scans via intelligent algorithms. 

At the press of a few buttons, the Sentinus starts its scan process and works with you, not against you, leaving the operator’s hands free and focussed on watching the output. 

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

FULL OF FUNCTIONALITY

FEATURES THAT MAKE INSPECTIONS
FASTER AND EASIER

HIGH SPEED SURVEYING
X


With eight powerful thrusters onboard, the Sentinus can inspect 1000m2 of an survey target object per hour.

The camera layout and wide field of view also contribute to inspection speed, allowing for larger sections of an object to be visually inspected in one pass.

OPTIMAL LIGHTING ARRANGEMENT
X


There are 14 individual 1500 lumen lights onboard the Sentinus.

This lighting set-up results in optimal lighting of the survey target, for crisper and more detailed visual outputs, even in dark or murky waters.

SIX HIGH QUALITY CAMERAS
X


Six high quality cameras are spaced onboard at intervals ideal for the best possible visual coverage.

Additionally, there are two side-facing cameras playing an important role on the Sentinus - specifically for computer navigation and collision detection, for the safest possible experience.

UNRIVALED VISUAL STABILITY
X


Because the Sentinus is controlled by advanced computer algorithms instead of manually, the robot is able to automatically counteract currents and move smoothly and steadily. This results in clear video footage.

A standard ROV, controlled manually with a joystick, requires the operator to be constantly focused on correcting against water movements in all directions. The Sentinus is an easier way to survey.

MOVEMENT FLEXIBILITY

inspect from any orientation

Ideal for hull or infrastructure inspections that involve curved surfaces, the Sentinus can rotate freely to inspect at any angle. Need to inspect the bottom of a hull? Rotate the Sentinus with ease and gather the whole picture with no limitations. 

CHOOSE FROM A RANGE OF CUSTOMISATIONS

options for every
subsea application

Every job is different, so we provide a range of different options.

Topside Power

Available for jobs where the robot will be running for long periods.

Battery Power

This configuration is ideal for smaller inspection areas or shorter surveys.

Ground Station

Mobile ground-station is available, including glare-resistant monitor.

Carry Cases

Convenient, wheeled carry cases for the robot and tether system .

Want to pinpoint what the Sentinus can deliver for you?

Get in touch to book a demo and experience the system first-hand.

technical
specifications

Sentinus Technical Specifications

Dimensions

227 x 375 x 996 mm

Maximum Rated Depth

100 metres

Battery Run Time

~60 min at normal use

Thrusters

8 x 390 W

Mass

16 kilograms

Construction

Aluminium enclosures,
polycarbonate, acrylic.

Forward Speed

1.0 m/s (2 knots) at normal use

Operating Temperature

-5 to +35 °C

Battery

Battery Nominal Voltage

14.8 V

Nominal Capacity

14000 mAh / 18000 mah

Nominal Energy

266 wh

Charging Temperature

+5 to +30 °C

Operating Temperature

-5 to +35 °C

 

Tether

Tether Length

From 75m

Breaking Strength

100 kilograms

Cable Size

26 AWG

Number of Cables

1 twisted pair (copper)

Sensors

IMU

9 axis gyro & accelerometer
& magnetometer

Temperature Sensor

+/-1 °C

Depth Sensor

Resolution: 0.2 mbar

Depth Sensor Operating Range

0 to 30 bar

Lighting

Lighting Type

LED

Strength

14 x 1500 Lumen lights onboard

Adjustable Dimming

Yes

Navigation

Autonomous Navigation

Yes

Self-stabilizing

Yes

Auto-heading

Yes

Obstacle Avoidance

Yes

Auto-depth

Yes

optional extras

Topside Power Supply

Size

(L x W x H) 47.2 x 36.8 x 14.9 cm

Output Current (Max)

4A

Humidity

10-95% RH non-condensing

Input Current (Max)

15A

Mass

11 kilograms

Output Power (Max)

1600W

IP Rating

IP20

Input Power (Max)

1800W

Operating Temperature

-30°C to +50°C

Efficiency (Nominal)

90.5%

Output Voltage

400VDC

Topside Control Station

Compatibility

Android, Windows, Linux

Optional Headset

VR Goggles

Monitor

2000 nits

Connection

HDMI cable

industry applications

explore our sectors

Our subsea survey solutions can help you see your vessel hull clearly and in high detail.

Our robots are perfect for subsea imaging of marine infrastructure assets such as port or harbour walls.

Gather imagery that makes maintenance easier for a range of offshore structures such as wind farms.

Blue Atlas Robotics © 2022     |     10 Forskerparken, Odense, Denmark    |
Ph: +45 29 28 25 48     |     CVR: 39944618