OIP Sensor Systems (OIP) has signed a teaming agreement with Hydroid to jointly compete for the Belgian Ministry of Defence’s Toolbox mine countermeasures (MCM) programme, the company announced on 6 April.

Together, the team will offer an MCM package that includes the Seagull multi-mission USV; an effective acoustic underwater communication technology; advanced electro optic systems; and Hydroid’s Remus AUV and its autonomous deployment and retrieval system.

Freddy Versluys, CEO of OIP Sensor Systems, said: ‘We are proud to form this excellent team. Our integrated solution is a powerful, precise and extensively tested package that provides a robust, effective and efficient answer to the customer’s operational needs.’

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