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Maritime surveillance encounters challenges in detecting risks regarding Unexploded Ordnance (UXO), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), and ensuring water safety. Issues include limited underwater visibility, large surveillance areas, and difficulty in detecting objects.

Managing risks associated with UXO, EOD, humanitarian demining, and water safety is a challenging task due to several factors. These factors include limited underwater visibility, diverse maritime activities, large surveillance areas, and the detection of small objects. Furthermore, technological limitations, variable environmental conditions, data processing complexities, and legal compliance pose additional layers of challenge.

In order to improve maritime surveillance and security, it is important to take a comprehensive approach that combines advanced technologies and encourages collaboration. Tethys Robotics' underwater drones are a valuable tool in this regard, as they can navigate in low-visibility environments and provide real-time data on potential threats. By integrating these drones into surveillance strategies, we can enhance safety and security across different maritime environments.

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