For its bright color this one has got to be called mustard. This square platform is wide, stable and allow to carry multiple large and heavy cameras.
Cesar Jung-Harada from MakerBay / Scoutbots supported by Ken Chew and Eddie Yung, went to Bergen to co-deliver a 2-days intensive workshop, for about 20 students from different backgrounds and different parts of Norway. They gathered at the Marineholmen Makerspace, on the invitation by Bergen University to invent together the future of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP), or "Norway Blue Growth 2050".
"Scoutbot Kuching" is a semi-autonomous boat that is targeted to monitor marine protected areas, or map shallow coral reefs. It has both remote control (RC) capacity as well as route planning using the Pixhawk microcontroller. Footprint: 1.2m x 1.0m x 0.4m. Designed and built in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.