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Published: 2018-06-29 at 15:30
Training 3: “ROVs for Use in...

As part of the H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", dr. Edin Omerdić and dr. Gerald Dooly held a tutorial titled "ROVs for Use in Challenging Conditions: I-ROV & ROV ÉTÁIN" on 14th - 15th June 2018 at the University of Limerick. Gerard Dooly provided a brief introduction to the hardware elements of the UL ROV Étáin prior to travelling into the UL Limerick Docks facility. At UL Limerick Docks students had the opportunity to get a hands-on hardware and software elements of the ROV and a brief training on how to operate the ROV and sub-systems (manual pilot control, copilot interfaces, LARS operation & manipulator control). The lectures on the second day included a description of features and physical layout of system components, standard ROV operation procedures and operation modes and results from ROV maiden voyage in May 2018.

More about the speakers and their talks can be found here.

Alan Vukić
Published: 2018-04-16 at 16:18
Polar robotics training at UNIZG-FER...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" will organize training on the topic of:

“Polar robotics training”

which will be held by Massimo Caccia, The National Research Council (CNR), Genoa, Italy. The training will take place on 19th April 2018, starting at 15:20, in a seminar room at ZARI, building C, 9th floor. Meet and greet coffee will be at 15:00. 

More about the speaker and training is available in detailed news content and here.

Alan Vukić
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Published: 2017-05-22 at 15:15
Training 2: “Intervention AUVs” held...

As part of H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", prof. Pere Ridao, dr.sc. Patryck CieslakAlbert Palomer, and Dina Youakim held a tutorial titled "Intervention AUVs" on 17th - 18th May 2017 at the University of Girona. Topics of the tutorial were: direct and inverse robot manipulator kinematics, use of robotic manipulators attached to an underwater vehicle, motion planning and control of such systems.

Nadir Kapetanović
Published: 2016-08-24 at 14:42
Edited: 2016-09-28 at 10:03
First S&T training held: Unmanned...

The Institute for Research of Intelligent Systems for Automation - ISSIA, National Research Council of Italy - CNR,  organized the first S&T training in the scope of H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics". The training was held from 19 - 20 June 2016 in Genova, Italy at CNR and was open to all members of the project consortium.

First day was focuesd on buliding an Unmanned Marine Vehicle and it covered the following themes:

  • Mechanical design and construction,
  • Hw/Sw design & implementation,
  • Visit to CNR-ISSIA Marine Robotics laboratory,

while, the second day was focused on cooperative control and perception for heterogeneous Unmanned Marine Vehicles with topics on:

  • Cooperative guidance and mission control,
  • Cooperative perception and environment characterisation,
  • Human-robot interaction languages,
  • Use of UAVs for ecosystem monitoring.

More about the speakers and their talks can be found here while a short report from the training is available here.  Photos are available in our Gallery.

 

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 2016-06-10 at 15:59
Anja Babić attended European Embedded...

Anja Babić participated in the course Practical adaptive control held by Dr. Anuradha Annaswamy of the Active-adaptive Control Laboratory at MIT and organized as part of the EECI International Graduate School on Control from the 31st of May to the 3rd of June 2016. The lectures covered the following topics:

  • Adaptive control theory – first-order plant, states accessible, output feedback
  • Adaptive control with closed-loop reference models and solutions to transients
  • Robust Adaptive Control
  • Examples and case studies from aerospace and automotive systems
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691980.


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