Overview and first year progress of the Widely scalable Mobile Underwater Sonar Technology H2020 project
10th IFAC Conf. on Control Applications in Marine Systems, 2016
G. Indiveri ISME (Italy), G. Antonelli ISME (ITaly), F. Arrichiello ISME (Italy),
A. Caffaz Grall Tech (Italy), A. Caiti ISME (Italy), G. Casalino ISME (Italy),
N. Volpi UH (UK), I. Bielic de Jong GEO Marine Survey Systems (The Netherlands),
D. De Palma ISME (Italy), H. Duarte Geosurveys Consultores (Portugal),
J. Gomes IST-ID (Portugal), J. Grimsdale CGG (France),
S.M. Jesus, LarSys (Portugal), K. Kebkkal Evologics (Germany),
E. Kelholt, GEO Marine Survey Systems (The Netherlands),
A. Pascoal IST (Portugal), D. Polani Univ. of Hertfordshire (UK),
L. Polinni ISME (Italy), E. Simetti ISME (Italy) and A. Turetta Grall Tech (Italy).
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Ref.: 10th IFAC Conf. on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Trondheim (Norway), 13-16 September 2016.
The Widely scalable Mobile Underwater Sonar Technology (WiMUST) project is an
H2020 Research and Innovation Action funded by the European Commission. The action’s main
goal is to develop robotic technologies exploiting Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) for
geotechnical surveying and geophysical exploration. The paper briefly describes the project and
its state of the art after the first year of activities.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT: This work was funded under project WiMUST contract 645141, H2020 program of the EU.