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Submarine Officers from the Italian Naval Academy in Livorno Visit the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation Submarine Officers from the Italian Naval Academy in Livorno Visit the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation

Date added: 04/10/2013
Date modified: 04/10/2013
Filesize: 73.23 kB

A group of student officers from the Italian Naval Academy in Livorno visited the Italian Navy San Bartolomeo military compound where the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) is located on 10 April 2013. The focus of the visit was to deepen practical knowledge in the most recent cutting-edge scientific innovations in the maritime domain.

The initiative is part of a broader educational project built on the successful long-time collaboration between CMRE and Italian Naval Academy in Livorno. The new edition will also include a set of lectures at the Naval Academy on: operations research (asset path planning, decision support, sonar performance modelling), the use of underwater robotic vehicles in anti-submarine warfare, the CMRE multi-static tactical planning aid software and communications and networks in the maritime environment.

NATO Mediterranean Exercise Features New NURC Technologies NATO Mediterranean Exercise Features New NURC Technologies

Date added: 02/13/2012
Date modified: 06/11/2012
Filesize: 70.78 kB

Exercise Proud Manta 12 (POMA 12), which includes participating ships and aircraft from nine NATO nations, will be held from 14 to 26 February off the coast of Sicily. POMA 12 will include major scientific tests during the exercise. Scientists from the NATO Undersea Research Centre (NURC) will be testing technologies and software that have been developed at the Centre to study detection and tracking of objects in the marine environment using sonar.

CMRE pursues future solutions to protect the “Internet of Underwater Things” CMRE pursues future solutions to protect the “Internet of Underwater Things”

Date added: 04/12/2013
Date modified: 08/05/2013
Filesize: 72.84 kB

The NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), the Science & Technology Organization (STO) executive body in charge of scientific research and technology development in the maritime domain, showcased future solutions to address defence and security needs of the Alliance by using unmanned vehicles connected through the "Internet of Underwater Things". It happened during the eighth meeting of STO Task Group IST-096 focused on maturity models, scenario definition and prototyping environments in cyber defence.

University of Girona takes 1st Prize at SAUC-E ‘10 University of Girona takes 1st Prize at SAUC-E ‘10

Date added: 07/05/2010
Date modified: 06/11/2012
Filesize: 83.81 kB

4 July 2010, La Spezia, Italy -- The University of Girona, Spain, triumphed over 8 other teams to win the SAUC-E ’10, the 5th Student Autonomous Underwater Challenge Europe.

The NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation Challenges Robots to Compete in Sea, Land and Air Venues The NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation Challenges Robots to Compete in Sea, Land and Air Venues

Date added: 02/15/2013
Date modified: 02/19/2013
Filesize: 73.49 kB

CMRE is part of the consortium of the new EU project euRathlon which expands on the well-established SAUC-Europe underwater competition with land and airborne contests.

The new European Union initiative will create an exciting new Grand Challenge for intelligent search and rescue robots. The euRathlon project is a three-year effort, funded by the European Commission. It is led by the University of the West of England (UWE) with seven partners, including CMRE. Three competitions will see robots and their teams of designers go head to head in a series of demanding outdoor scenarios that mimic the real challenges of a disaster situation. The adoption of common standards for communication and shared concepts will facilitate integration and collaboration.

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