NameAndré Filipe Pinto
ClusterNetworked Intelligent Systems
Since01st November 2017
CentreRobotics and Autonomous Systems
Pinto, AF; Cruz, NA; Ferreira, BM; Abreu, NM; Goncalves, CE; Villa, MP; Matos, AC; Honorio, LD; Westin, LG;
Martins, MS; Cruz, NA; Silva, A; Ferreira, B; Zabel, F; Matos, T; Jesus, SM; Pinto, A; Pereira, E; Matos, A; Faria, C; Tieppo, M; Goncalves, LM; Rocha, J; Faria, J;
2022 OCEANS HAMPTON ROADS
As humanity progresses and globalization advances, humanized environment and associated systems increase in complexity and size. In earth systems, oceans represent an essential element of equalization and normal functioning. Ocean-atmospheric interactions are nowadays believed to be at the heart of all earth vital signs and climatic behaviours, and therefore are essential to accurate monitoring and understanding of earth systems. The work presented is a preliminary result of the K2D-Knowledge and Data from the Deep to Space, project which addresses the challenge of creating underwater network nodes to provide power and communication to land through the submarine fiber optic cable repeaters. The N2 ODE system will consist of a set of subsystems that will allow continuous monitoring and interaction with fixed and mobile underwater devices.
Pinto, AF; Cruz, NA; Pinto, VH; Ferreira, BM;
2018 OCEANS - MTS/IEEE KOBE TECHNO-OCEANS (OTO)
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