News Articles with Category: Software

Teledyne Webb Research Releases New Glider Piloting Software – Piloting Made Easy

October 12, 2016 - via Teledyne Webb Research The new SFMC software suite offers customers some key benefits including active vehicle tracking and mission planning, consolidated data management, the ability to access piloting tools from any platform including tablets and smartphones, and increased security with individual login accounts and multi-level permission sets

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SeeByte to Provide ‘SeeTrack’ for NOC’s Gliders

September 17, 2014 - via SeeByte SeeTrack Professional is an open-architecture platform solution for rapid on-site analysis and data fusion that can be easily adapted for specific user needs. Developed as a mission-planning, monitoring, post-processing and reporting tool, this software technology has been successfully deployed on numerous surveys, military and security operations and scientific experiments.

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Greensea Upgrades Falcon DR with Autonomy and Advanced Control System

July 11, 2014 - via Greensea Systems Combined with a FOG-based INS developed by Greensea, the Balefire control system added autopilots, station keeping, dynamic positioning, autonomous control modes, path following, mission planning, and sensor fusion to the basic Falcon DR ROV system.

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Good Practice Guide for Underwater Noise Measurement Introduced

April 25, 2014 - via Marine Scotland Although this Good Practice Guide is not intended as a standard, these guidelines address the need for a common approach, and the desire to promote best practice.

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NRL demonstrates capabilities of coupled oceanic and atmospheric prediction tools

October 29, 2013 - via Naval Research Laboratory Deployed as network tools were ocean gliders provided by NRL, Oregon State University and the Naval Oceanographic Office, and wave buoys from UC-San Diego Scripps Oceanography Institute.

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Bluefin Acquires SeeByte Adding New Software Capabilities to Maritime Robotics Portfolio

October 7, 2013 - via Bluefin Robotics Bringing these two companies together will allow us to bring integrated expertise in vehicle control, low-level vehicle to high-level mission autonomy, sensor processing, operator interface, and power subsystems to our customers

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Greensea Systems Launches openSEA Suitef or AUVs and ROVs

June 25, 2013 - via Greensea Systems Greensea's new product line, the openSEA Suite, is built on openSEA and can be deployed as independent applications or as linked modules to form a larger system capability.

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Metron Get Navy R&D LDUUV Contract

May 21, 2013 - via Metron Metron is being awarded a contract to include in-lab integration and testing of autonomy and mission planning software with bench test hardware selected for deployment on the LDUUV.

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OceanServer Technology Announces Full Compatibility with SeeByte's SeeTrack Military

February 20, 2013 - via SeeByte OceanServer Technology has chosen to release their newly developed advanced plug-ins, created for the SeeTrack Military software, so that current users of the Iver2 AUV systems may operate and benefit from SeeByte's smart solutions and additional modules such as seafloor classification, Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) and the Performance Analysis and Training Tool

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SeeByte’s SeeTrack Military Now Compatible with Marine Sonic Sea Scan HDS

February 1, 2013 - via Seebyte SeeByte announces the compatibility of its SeeTrack Military software systems with the Marine Sonic Technology, Ltd. high resolution Sea Scan HDS side-scan sonar system.

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Bluefin to Offer Seebyte's SeeTrack AutoTracker Software for Enhanced AUV Pipeline Inspections

December 20, 2012 - via Bluefin Robotics The collaboration is aimed at equipping Bluefin's 21-inch AUV platforms with SeeTrack AutoTracker. SeeTrack AutoTracker was developed to enable AUVs to perform export pipeline inspections using on-board payload sensors to detect pipelines and automatically adjust the vehicle's trajectory to optimally track the pipeline.

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Autonomous robot scans ship hulls for mines

July 17, 2012 - via MIT Algorithms enable robot to navigate and view propellers and other complex structures.

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Roke Develops Biologically-Inspired Threat Monitoring System for Autonomous Vehicles

July 12, 2012 - via Roke Roke Manor Research (Roke) has developed the world's first threat monitoring system for autonomous vehicles that emulates a mammal's conditioned fear-response mechanism. The STARTLE system uses a combination of artificial neural network and diagnostic expert systems to continually monitor and assess potential threats.

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A new way to visualize Earth

February 17, 2012 - via Microsoft James G. Bellingham, chief technologist, has been using Layerscape to solve what he calls the “incredible detective story” of understanding the world’s oceans and their role in climate.

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