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Floating and flying robots to assist Search and Rescue operations have been successfully tested and demonstrated at CMRE Floating and flying robots to assist Search and Rescue operations have been successfully tested and demonstrated at CMRE

Date added: 10/24/2014
Date modified: 10/24/2014
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The NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation played a crucial role in enhancing autonomy and integration between Autonomous Surface Vehicles and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as part of the ICARUS (Integrated Components for Assisted Rescue and Unmanned Search operations) project, funded by the European Commission.

CMRE hosted the 2014 sea trials between 13 October and 24 October.

The 2015 euRathlon Grand Challenge will be hosted in Piombino, Tuscany (Italy) on 17- 25 September The 2015 euRathlon Grand Challenge will be hosted in Piombino, Tuscany (Italy) on 17- 25 September

Date added: 01/22/2015
Date modified: 01/22/2015
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The euRathlon consortium has entrusted the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), based in La Spezia (Italy), the organization of the 2015 event.
Dates and venue of the competition were announced on 21 January during a press conference by CMRE, Municipality and ENEL representatives.

“As part of the euRathlon consortium, we are proud to organize the final event of the Project” says Jean-Guy Fontaine, scientist at CMRE. “We will take to Piombino our expertise in organizing world-class competitions, such as the SAUC-Europe, the challenge between student-built unmanned underwater vehicles held annually at our Centre.”

Agreement signed on collaboration between Promostudi and NATO Centre for Maritime Research & Experimentation Agreement signed on collaboration between Promostudi and NATO Centre for Maritime Research & Experimentation

Date added: 03/13/2015
Date modified: 03/13/2015
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The two entities located in La Spezia will carry out joint innovation activities and research in the maritime environment. In particular, opportunities will be developed for cooperation in issues of common interest such as robotics, underwater acoustics, underwater systems, and more generally in systems engineering and ICT (information and communication technologies).

After signing the agreement, for the first time Ole Hastrup awards were given to the best thesis in 2014 in the Mechanical Engineering and Yacht Design courses. Ole Hastrup, a former Danish scientist at the NATO Centre, recently deceased, is considered one of the world's leading experts in the field of underwater acoustics and physics. Scientific documentation donated by Mrs Hastrup will be housed in the new Promostudi teachers-researchers hall, inaugurated on this occasion.

Multi-robot underwater surveys successfully conducted from the NATO Research Vessel Alliance in the North Sea First results being presented at EGUERMIN during “Ostend at Anchor” Multi-robot underwater surveys successfully conducted from the NATO Research Vessel Alliance in the North Sea First results being presented at EGUERMIN during “Ostend at Anchor”

Date added: 05/31/2015
Date modified: 05/31/2015
Filesize: 72.95 kB

From 20 to 29 May 2015 CMRE (Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation) scientists, along with colleagues from the Royal Netherlands Navy Defence Diving Group, Naval Mine Warfare Centre of Excellence (EGUERMIN) and UK Royal Navy Maritime Autonomous Systems Trials Team (MASTT), experimented using different underwater robots in a joint scientific mine countermeasures (MCM) sea trial, the NSMEX’15 (North Sea MCM Experiment 2015).

CMRE at the forefront of NATO’s interoperability CMRE at the forefront of NATO’s interoperability

Date added: 06/17/2015
Date modified: 06/17/2015
Filesize: 73.04 kB

From 9 to 25 June 2015, NATO STO CMRE (Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation) scientists and engineers are at the Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC) in Bydgoszcz (Poland) to take part in the annual NATO-led Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXploration, eXperimentation, eXamination, eXercise (CWIX) for the third time in a row. This year CWIX hosts participants from 15 NATO and 4 Partnership for Peace (PfP) Nations working on system interoperability before operational use to improve the effectiveness of the Alliance.

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