The HMI of an experimental underwater vehicle for archeological survey, inspection and remote touring of important submarine sites and finds

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Abstract

The Italian project TECSIS includes several research projects about the application of advanced new technologies in the field of archeological research, maintenance, supervision and valorization of the historical and artistic patrimony. One research line regards the development of a prototypal robotic vehicle dedicated to underwater archeology. The prototype will be a hybrid underwater vehicle, that is a modular system capable to work both as an ADV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle), as well as a ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle), depending upon the different situations and applications. The HMI will be comprehensive of an ergonomic guidance system, for the ROV modality, software modules for interactive mission planning (only AUV modality), various visualization screens, and a database management system to maintain an up to date archive of digital maps of archeological sites, with camera images and important scientific data acquired during the surveys. ©2004 IEEE.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventOcean '04 - MTS/IEEE Techno-Ocean '04: Bridges across the Oceans - Conference Proceedings - , Japan
Duration: 1 Jan 2004 → …

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ConferenceOcean '04 - MTS/IEEE Techno-Ocean '04: Bridges across the Oceans - Conference Proceedings
CountryJapan
Period1/1/04 → …

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Meo, G. B. (2004). The HMI of an experimental underwater vehicle for archeological survey, inspection and remote touring of important submarine sites and finds. Paper presented at Ocean '04 - MTS/IEEE Techno-Ocean '04: Bridges across the Oceans - Conference Proceedings, Japan.