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We were invited by Professor Martin Ludvigsen from the Department of Marine Technology (IMT) of NTNU, to take part in a series of operations to collect and analyze data from the water column with autonomous vehicles, under the project ENTiCE.

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LSTS would like you to be the next member of our team.
If you wish to develop your career in an organization like LSTS, please see the open positions below:

  • MARINFO - grant A - link
  • MARINFO - grant B - link
  • MARINFO - grant C - link

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We have openings for one position as researcher at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto (UPORTO), Porto, Portugal.

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See the video with the results from conjoint deployment of last September in Norway.

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

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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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Trondheimfjord

A first peek at the latest demonstration in Norway, seen at Maritime Robotics faceboook page.

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BRIDGES: 1ª General Assembly

The first general assembly of Bringing together Research and Industry for the Development of Glider Enviromental Services – BRIDGES, took place in the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto – FEUP - on days 6, 7 and 8 of September of 2016. This meeting aimed to evaluate the project status and share results and solutions between the different partners involved in the project.

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From transport, energy and fishing to high growth marine sectors of seabed mining, aquaculture and offshore energy, emerging information ecosystems will transform utilisation and sustainability of ocean resources.

In EXPOSURES, we demonstrate how on-demand autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) can drive intelligent data analytics to rapidly assess environmental processes and impacts in marine waterways. The result will be create new marine information ecosystem that exploits underwater IoT infrastructures such as those offered by the European SUNRISE facility.

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