Robotics News Update
By: CAPT. Rick "Simo" Simon
In the past
quarter (Apr-Jun) the Robotics Team continued with on water
Testing (SPT) for Swarm II. Swarm II is a Harbor Defense / Harbor
Defense mission, that allows cooperative USVs to Patrol a given area,
entering or leaving the Harbor, classify those vessels and then
interdict them if necessary.
completion of the SPT in late June the Team shifted to fixing the bugs
testing. This next part of fixing known problems will be
essential in preparation
for the final
Demonstration scheduled for September/October.
Our Robotics Team
has also been hard at work on the OSD-SCO Sea Mob project.
The Team has
been busy building new autonomy behaviors for Navy missions and
testing them in in
the simulator. Additionally, a novel approach of allowing a
what his USVs are doing in real time through a handheld tablet and then
those USVs is being created as part of a Command and Control package.
promises to be a very busy one with two major USV projects continuing
be built and
we look forward to getting on the water in September to show off much
The Robotics Team
welcomes our new members
Jazmine Zurita, Connor McKnight and Mohamed Kebaish.
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