How swarm intelligence can extend the potential of research in maritime environments.
AUV 2020 Symposium moves to Remote mode
The AUV 2020 symposium is going remote, to remain virtually accessible to attendees in the current time of the coronavirus pandemic.
Robots Help Ocean Explorers Map the Sea Floor
To discover the ocean, map the seafloor and get an up-close view, ocean explorers deploy a range of powerful technologies, from ship-based sonar to autonomous underwater and remotely operated vehicles.
On the Trail of Sea Life with an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
A look at SharkCam and TurtleCam, designed to help us bring threats to marine life into focus.
Motivation to Map: A Quest to Understand What the Earth Really Looks Like
Experts are pushing for better bathymetric charts of the ocean floor at a time when, technically, it’s already 100 percent mapped. What’s wrong with today’s maps, and what effects will improvements have?
In the Hunt for Ocean Treasures, Robots Lead the Way
Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE teams are building autonomous robots to map the seafloor and hunt for unknown signals in the hope of winning $7 million.
Showcasing Undersea Heroes: Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
Guest Editor Yanwu Zhang kicks off our third quarter theme with a sneak peek at what lies ahead in future autonomous underwater vehicle designs.
Going Deep to Go Far: How Dive Depth Impacts Seaglider Range
Seagliders are buoyancy driven Autonomous Underwater Vehicles used for long-term oceanographic observation. How does the depth of operation affect a Seaglider’s range?
Call for Papers: Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Lead to Discoveries in the Oceanic Wilderness
IEEE Earthzine, an online scientific publication, is soliciting articles of 800 to 3,000 words for its third 2017 quarterly theme on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.
Dispatches from Oceans ‘16: The Future of Oceans
New technologies, tackling big data and fully exploring the mysteries in the ocean seems to be a real possibility.
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