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ENSTA Bretagne and DFKI GmbH-University of Bremen jointly win SAUC-Europe ‘14 at CMRE, the Autonomous Underwater Vehicles challenge for university students ENSTA Bretagne and DFKI GmbH-University of Bremen jointly win SAUC-Europe ‘14 at CMRE, the Autonomous Underwater Vehicles challenge for university students

Date added: 09/29/2014
Date modified: 09/29/2014
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For the first time two teams jointly won the SAUC-E competition, the Student Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Challenge - Europe. The ENSTA Bretagne team, with the robot SAUC-ISSE, and the DFKI GmbH-University of Bremen team, with
the robot Avalon, triumphed over four other teams at the 9th edition. The 2nd prize went jointly to ENSTA Bretagne team, with the robot CISSAU, and to University of Applied Sciences Kiel, with the robot TomKyle, which was awarded as well
for the "Best Journal Paper".
The SAUC-E Award Ceremony debutted downtown in La Spezia during the European Researchers' Night.
From 29 September to 3 October 2014, CMRE will also host for the first time the euRathlon sea robotic challenge.

SAUC-Europe (2011) returns to NURC. University students compete in AUV challenge SAUC-Europe (2011) returns to NURC. University students compete in AUV challenge

Date added: 07/08/2011
Date modified: 07/11/2012
Filesize: 87.29 kB

From 4 to 10 July, 10 teams coming from 10 prestigious universities and 4 different countries are participating in the event in La Spezia (Italy).
After the success of the 2010 edition, SAUC-E (Student Autonomous Underwater vehicle Challenge - Europe) returns for the second time to NURC (NATO Undersea Research Centre), the event organizer. In this 6-year-old challenge, university students compete using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) that they have designed and built.

First test at sea of the European project ARGOMARINE successfully completed by NURC in La Spezia First test at sea of the European project ARGOMARINE successfully completed by NURC in La Spezia

Date added: 05/07/2011
Date modified: 06/11/2012
Filesize: 34.63 kB

The early stage of the European project ARGOMARINE (Automatic Oil Spill Recognition and Geopositioning integrated in a Marine Monitoring Network – www.argomarine.eu) has come to an end on May 6 at NURC in La Spezia, with the completion of the first at-sea test. This 3 year project aims at creating an integrated system dedicated to the monitoring of the marine environment for oil spills

The Portuguese Navy, the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation and the University of Porto operate together for the first time in the REP14-Atlantic exercise The Portuguese Navy, the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation and the University of Porto operate together for the first time in the REP14-Atlantic exercise

Date added: 07/17/2014
Date modified: 07/17/2014
Filesize: 191.74 kB

From 7 to 28 July, off the coast of Portugal, four naval units and ten international partners conduct collaborative experimentation in the fields of underwater communications, autonomy and multi-domain cooperative robotics...

Autonomous, interconnected, rapid and non-lethal: featuring the future of port protection at CMRE Autonomous, interconnected, rapid and non-lethal: featuring the future of port protection at CMRE

Date added: 11/21/2013
Date modified: 11/21/2013
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On 21 and 22 November 2013 the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation hosts the TALON 13 demonstration, part of the NATO Defence Against Terrorism (DAT) programme.
TALON 13 is an international demonstration organized in collaboration with the Italian Navy COMFORDRAG (Mine Countermeasures Maritime Command) and aimed at security professionals.
It gathers experience from the integration of multiple types of sensor networks and non-lethal warning devices, in order to implement the "rapid contact designation and warning" concept.
During the demonstration a series of possible threats from small boats, underwater vehicles and swimmers/divers are simulated. TALON shows how it can automatically detect them and react to the tentative intrusion of a unit with hostile intent, by escalating its reaction capabilities from a simple audible warning to the use of non-lethal effectors.

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