Book: Further Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles

December 16, 2013 - via Institution of Engineering and Technology

The Institution of Engineering and Technology recently released a book Further Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles.
 
Unmanned marine vehicles (UMVs) is a collective term which can be used to describe autonomous underwater vehicles, remotely operated vehicles, semisubmersibles, and unmanned surface craft. These days there is considerable interest being shown in UMVs by the military, civilian and scientific communities for undertaking designated missions whilst either operating autonomously and/or in cooperation with other types of vehicle. More and more worldwide importance is also being placed on the design and development of such vehicles as they are capable of providing cost effective solutions to a number of littoral, coastal and offshore problems.

This new book on the subject will cover topics including Navigation guidance and control of the following unmanned marine vehicles: remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), including gliders, autonomous surface vehicles (ASVs).


Table of Contents: Contents


  1. Editorial: further advances in unmanned marine vehicles
  2. 
ROV LATIS: next generation smart underwater vehicle
  3. 
HyBIS: a new concept in versatile, 6000-m rated robotic underwater vehicles

  4. An AUV project applied to studies on maneuverability of underwater vehicles

  5. Neural network–based switching adaptive control for a remotely operated vehicle

  6. Development of dynamic positioning and tracking system for the ROV Minerva 

  7. Port-Hamiltonian control of fully actuated underwater vehicles 

  8. Sonar-based simultaneous localization and mapping for autonomous underwater vehicles
  9. 
T-REX: partitioned inference for AUV mission control
  10. 
Vehicle-following for unmanned surface vehicles
  11. 
An automatic control and fault-tolerant multi-sensor navigation system design for an unmanned maritime vehicle
  12. 
Cooperative control of multiple autonomous marine vehicles: theoretical foundations and practical issues
  13. 
Hybrid glider: motivation, design and evaluation 

  14. The enhanced Folaga: a hybrid AUV with modular payloads 

  15. A biomimetic underwater vehicle design concept 

  16. Development of robotic fish for the next generation unmanned marine vehicle
  17. Nature in engineering for monitoring the oceans: comparison of the energetic costs of marine animals and AUVs 

  18. Acknowledgements 
References 
Index

External link: http://iet.styluspub.com/Books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=369360

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