ARMADA Marine Robotics Inc Asymmetric Propulsion develops modular underwater propulsion solutions. Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) are designed to conduct efficient surveys over large areas and find targets of interest. However, close-up inspections of these targets require station-keeping and maneuvering capabilities that are only available from Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). An Asymmetric Propulsion system provides a UUV with the maneuverability of an ROV in the torpedo-shaped form factor of a UUV, meaning that a single vehicle can perform both surveys and inspections during the same deployment. ARMADA Marine Robotics is collaborating with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) to develop Asymmetric Propulsion technology for UUV applications. The thruster ARMADA is bringing to market will enable UUVs to conduct rapid large area surveys as well as low-speed inspections and station keeping with a high degree of maneuverability not available from existing platforms.