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Published: 2018-06-18 at 11:15
EXCELLABUST team participated at...

The SWARMs (Smart and Networking Underwater Robots in Cooperation Meshes) project consortium organised the final project conference on Novel Solutions for Underwater Vehicles in Autonomous Sea Operations. The conference was held on 11th of June 2018 as an introductory event to the EMRA'18 workshop and was co-hosted by the Centre for Robotics & Intelligent Systems.

The primary objective of the SWARMs project has been to expand the use of underwater and surface vehicles (AUVs, ROVs, USVs) to facilitate the conception, planning, and execution of maritime and offshore operations and missions. The conference topics included: development methodologies and novel designs for autonomous maritime missions, data modelling for underwater robotics vehicles, new solutions for sensors and processing algorithms for underwater environments, data processing, 3D mapping, landmark extraction, map matching, relocation, etc. The member of UL team, Edin Omerdic presented a paper on “Active Thruster Fault-Tolerant Control System based on Pattern Recognition Neural Network’”. This was also an opportunity to inform the conference attendees on EXCELLABUST project and our Marine Robotics database.

Alan Vukić
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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.