ASV showcased at Felanitx Tech Weekend

ASV showcased at Felanitx Tech Weekend

  On the 6th of July, SRV showed a newly developed ASV called Xiroi. The platform was showcased during Felanitx Tech Weekend, where the activity arqROV made a practical introduction at 12-to-16-year-old children to the construction of vehicles, virtual reality, electronic circuits, 3D printing, application development and 360º audio-visual systems. The ultimate goal is to build a vehicle underwater ROV to perform a mission to locate and signalling underwater archaeological remains....



eUReady4OS experiments in Cork, Ireland

eUReady4OS experiments in Cork, Ireland

Our SRV Underwater team is aboard Le Roisin (Navy Patrol Vessel) with our robot Turbot AUV during the experiments of the European Project eUReady4OS. Teams with completely different robots, coming from different universities prove that an oil spill can be modelled and tracked using fluorometers in real time. All platforms communicate in a common framework, developed by LSTS, where planning and execution of missions are coordinated....



Farewell Pep: It was a pleasure to work with you dude

Farewell Pep: It was a pleasure to work with you dude

A see you soon better than a goodbye. Best wishes for your new personal voyage. Pep Lluis Negre, after 5 intense years leaves the SRV Group. Pep, from here, all the group wishes you the best in your new personal voyage. God guides your mind and...



SRV learns from SOCIB how to ballast GLIDERS

SRV learns from SOCIB how to ballast GLIDERS

Yesterday some members of SRV visited IMEDEA quarters to learn how GLIDERS are ballasted for a target seawater. Thanks to SOCIB, especially to Albert Miralles, Marc Torné and Javier...



SRV participating in eUReady4OS in Cartagena

SRV participating in eUReady4OS in Cartagena

On the 7th of June, SRV attented to the sea trials on board of R/V Clara Campoamor for the project eUReady4OS in Cartagena. Six AUVs, one ASV and one UAV tracked a Rhodamine spill to test the capabilities of multi-vehicle cooperation....



Paper accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Robotics (IEEE Robotics and Automation Society)

Paper Emilio GARCIA-FIDALGO, Alberto ORTIZ “Hierarchical Place Recognition for Topological Mapping” has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Robotics journal, handled by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. This paper describes a hierarchical solution for vision-based topological mapping, achieving higher performance than state of the art solutions regarding visual loop closure capabilities, mapping and computational complexity. This work is part of the research performed by Emilio Garcia-Fidalgo as his PhD...



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