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Adaptive autonomous underwater vehicles for littoral surveillance: the GLINT10 field trial results
Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) have gained more interest in recent years for military as well as civilian applications. One potential application of AUVs is for the purpose of undersea surveillance. As research into ...
A data-driven control strategy in synergy with continuous active sonar for littoral underwater surveillance
In this work, we describe a data-driven Mission Management Layer (MML) running on-board AUVs which manages the phases of a littoral surveillance mission and exploits the characteristics of Continuous Active Sonar (CAS) ...
Distributed information fusion in multistatic sensor networks for underwater surveillance
Surveillance in antisubmarine warfare has traditionally been carried out by means of submarines or frigates with towed arrays. These techniques are manpower intensive. Alternative approaches have recently been suggested ...
Moving JANUS forward: a look into the future of underwater communications interoperability
In the past 8 years, the Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) has developed, tested and promoted JANUS - a robust and simple modulation and coding scheme to be used as the first standard to support ...