News Articles with Category: Computers and Processing

Expert in Robotics dives Deep with Underwater autonomy

September 18, 2016 - via Michigan Technological University The goal is efficient planning and coordination of AUVs to help them stay out longer and prevent unnecessary human intervention that might endanger people, require extra equipment, money or shipping time, or slow down a mission.

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Northrop Grumman conducts advanced unmanned systems teaming

September 5, 2016 - via IHS Jane's International Defence Review Northrop Grumman has demonstrated a new autonomy framework that enables multiple unrelated unmanned systems to communicate and collaborate on a mission.

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Kraken Delivers Real Time Sonar Signal Processor to Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Organisation

May 20, 2014 - via Kraken Sonar Systems In real-time signal processing, the analyzed (input) and generated (output) samples can be processed continuously.

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Kraken Announces DataPod

August 1, 2013 - via Kraken Sonar Systems Removable Data Storage Module for Subsea Marine Applications

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Bluefin and MIT Demonstrate AUV Plug-n-Play Payload Autonomy

July 23, 2013 - via Bluefin Robotics It allows us to test the mission configuration by connecting the payload computer carrying the autonomy software to a laptop computer with a simulation environment representing realistic platform dynamics and sensory input. The autonomy software is then installed on a small platform such as the Bluefin-9 for field-testing of the autonomy at low cost before it is finally installed on the operational platform such as the Bluefin-21

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James Gosling Smartens up Floating Robot with Linux/Java "Regulus" OS

April 10, 2013 - via Linux.com Instead of sending raw sensor data, Regulus can analyze and summarize the data onboard. For example, if the craft is carrying a hydrophone to listen underwater, and if customers can't wait to retrieve the recordings later, Regulus can instantly report key findings.

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Trimble and CodaOctopus Introduce New Motion 
Solutions for Marine Applications

April 9, 2013 - via Trimble By combining rugged Trimble GNSS receivers with CodaOctopus inertial technology, greater accuracy is possible compared to separate, standalone, systems.

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NATO minehunting UUV relies on GPU-based embedded processor from GE for imaging sonar

March 24, 2013 - via Military and Aerospace Electronics The new version of the CMRE SAS processing algorithms can run in near real-time on the NVIDIA GPU in the GE embedded computer installed into the MUSCLE UUV.

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Rutgers University Makes Real-Time Marine Data Accessible

October 10, 2012 - via Rutgers Coastal Ocean Observation Lab The Coastal Ocean Observation Lab at Rutgers University (RU-COOL) is using Unidata and other open source technologies to collect, process, and make available a wide range of ocean data for use by students and researchers.

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The Computing Trend that Will Change Everything

April 9, 2012 - via MIT Technology Review Computing isn't just getting cheaper. It's becoming more energy efficient. That means a world populated by ubiquitous sensors and streams of nanodata.

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James Cameron’s Historic Return to Mariana Trench Relies on Latest Advances in Engineering and Technology

April 3, 2012 - via Opto22 California-based Opto 22 provides primary control system and key expertise for James Cameron’s record-setting dive to the Mariana Trench as part of the DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition

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