Collective Modular Underwater Robotic System for Long-Term Autonomous Operation

David Johan Christensen, Jens Christian Andersen, Mogens Blanke, Lidia Furno, Roberto Galeazzi, Peter Nicholas Hansen, Mikkel Cornelius Nielsen

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Abstract

This paper provides a brief overview of an underwater robotic system for autonomous inspection in confined offshore underwater structures. The system, which is currently in development, consist of heterogeneous modular robots able to physically dock and communicate with other robots, transport tools and robots, and recharge their batteries while underwater. These properties will provide the system, when fully developed, with unique capabilities such as ability to adapt robotic morphology and function to the current task and tolerate failures leading to long-term autonomous operations.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventICRA 2015 - Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, United States
Duration: 26 May 201530 May 2015

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ConferenceICRA 2015
LocationWashington State Convention Center
CountryUnited States
CitySeattle, Washington
Period26/05/201530/05/2015

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Christensen, D. J., Andersen, J. C., Blanke, M., Furno, L., Galeazzi, R., Hansen, P. N., & Nielsen, M. C. (2015). Collective Modular Underwater Robotic System for Long-Term Autonomous Operation. Paper presented at ICRA 2015, Seattle, Washington, United States.
Christensen, David Johan ; Andersen, Jens Christian ; Blanke, Mogens ; Furno, Lidia ; Galeazzi, Roberto ; Hansen, Peter Nicholas ; Nielsen, Mikkel Cornelius. / Collective Modular Underwater Robotic System for Long-Term Autonomous Operation. Paper presented at ICRA 2015, Seattle, Washington, United States.
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Christensen, DJ, Andersen, JC, Blanke, M, Furno, L, Galeazzi, R, Hansen, PN & Nielsen, MC 2015, 'Collective Modular Underwater Robotic System for Long-Term Autonomous Operation' Paper presented at ICRA 2015, Seattle, Washington, United States, 26/05/2015 - 30/05/2015, .

Collective Modular Underwater Robotic System for Long-Term Autonomous Operation. / Christensen, David Johan; Andersen, Jens Christian; Blanke, Mogens; Furno, Lidia; Galeazzi, Roberto; Hansen, Peter Nicholas; Nielsen, Mikkel Cornelius.

2015. Paper presented at ICRA 2015, Seattle, Washington, United States.

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