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Article about FIRE-RS, one of our ongoing projects.

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Excerpt of the short program promoted by UPTEC - Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia da U.Porto, broadcasted last Saturday by RTP3 featuring LSTS and Oceanscan.

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Recently Jornal da Economia do Mar published a story in Portuguese about our cooperation and recent activities in last September with Norway partners from NTNU-AMOS and KTH. Now the story is also available in English. Check this pdf version.

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From January 18th to 20th, the Underwater Systems and Technology Laboratory from FEUP, OceanScan MST, and the Portuguese Navy (Mine Warfare Diving Unit nº3 and the Hydrographic Institute) performed several joint tests to evaluate the performance of LAUV vehicles on sidescan sonar and magnetometer surveys.

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Multi-robot Systems is a website of the Technical Committee on Multi-Robot Systems (TC MRS) of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, that gathers information about the multi-robot systems in the academic and industrial areas.

Now you can also find us here, at : http://multirobotsystems.org/?q=node/249

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The Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere, I. P. (IPMA, IP) will be organizing another series of talks dedicated to Ocean Observation, on December 5th in Algés, at IPMA’s installations.

At 14h30, João Borges de Sousa will be talking about Ocean observation with networked vehicle systems.

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FEUP Reforça Cooperação com a Noruega

A Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP) recebeu no dia 17 de Novembro o Embaixador da Noruega, Anders Erdal, que se deslocou ao Porto com a sua comitiva, por ocasião do evento Business2Sea. Durante o encontro, o Laboratório de Sistemas e Tecnologia Subaquática (LSTS) da FEUP teve a oportunidade de dar a conhecer o trabalho desenvolvido na área dos veículos autónomos e de apresentar os resultados já alcançados ao nível do projeto Networked Ocean (NetOcean), financiado pelo EEA Grants.

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Ocean’s High-Speed Internet

There’s a place where the internet, Wi-Fi, and GPS do not exist. Communication is haphazard: Sometimes messages arrive different times at the same place, the same time at different places, or not at all. It’s not North Korea, or a time portal to the 1980s. It’s anywhere, today, under the ocean.

in https://www.wired.com/2016/11/oceans-robots-may-soon-enjoy-high-speed-internet

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NETMAR, a project focused on the demonstration, evaluation and dissemination of new robotic systems, sensors and networking technologies in maritime incidents endangering human life, the environment and economic activities finished in March 2015, but the journal about the Shannon Estuary Incident Response Exercise (a.k.a. Exercise Cathach) was published this year on the Marine Pollution Bulletin 110 (2016) pp. 528-538.

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II Grande Conferência do Jornal da Economia do Mar no Centro de Congressos do Estoril, 9 e 10 de Novembro de 2016

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