The Spayk II is the largest Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) developed by SCR, larger in size the Spayk I, with which it shares an autopilot control-system that allows it to navigate autonomously, following a previously set route. It is 4.5 metres length and has a beam of 1.9 metres and reaches a speed of up to 25 knots, with an autonomy of up to 4 knots (miles???).
To ensure safe navigation, the system incorporates different safety systems such as propulsion/electrical power cut-off switch to ensure engine shutdown and power cut-off from a vessel, safety redundancies in the event of communications failure, selection of exclusion zone causing immediate engine shutdown and auxiliary systems such as positioning beacon.
The Spayk I can be configured to tow a sub-target at a safe distance of up to 50 metres. It also allows the installation of a wide range of payloads and sensors for surveillance, maintenance or environmental control missions.
60 HP (45 kW), gasoline