REP16

As in previous years, LSTS and the Portuguese Navy are once again co-organizing REP16 exercise. This year, among the participants are CMRE, the Belgian Navy, SPAWAR and Oceanscan-OMT. Observing this exercise will be members from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, NASA and JPI Oceans.

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NASA and the University of Porto signed a collaboration protocol that will allow both institutions to share knowledge and develop technology for ocean observation.

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From June 2nd to 4th, LSTS participated in the “Oceans Business Week” where we showcased Networked Ocean project and MarInfo projects, in order to allow both projects visibility and promotion among specific interest groups and the general public, along with our systems and software.
 

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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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Advancing Autonomous Operations: From Outer to Inner Space

A new edition of the University of Porto Oceans Distinguished Lecture Series will take place next Friday in the rectory building of the University of Porto. This time the speaker will be Kanna Rajan on Advancing Autonomous Operations: From Outer to Inner Space.

Sérgio Ferreira and Paulo Dias participated in the Gunnerus exercises in Trondheim from 24th of April to the 30th of April. The experiment served as a first trial in the MBR radio integration that will be tested during the Networked Oceans project. The initial integration with X8 UAVs was successful and now must be extended to other systems in the toolchain.

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Next Friday and Saturday Professor João Sousa will be at the 2016 Oceanography Meeting organized by the APOCEAN (Portuguese Oceanography Society).

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Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Research Planning Workshop

AUV-RPW 2016, Doha, Qatar, on 24-25 April.

Consortium for O&G Asset Integrity and Environmental Monitoring in Qatar

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Watch the video of the first trial of our new ASV Caravela, with a small mishap that turned out well.

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SONOBOT - an autonomous unmanned surface vehicle for hydrographic surveys, hydroacoustic communication and positioning in tasks of underwater acoustic surveillance and monitoring

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