|Article title||ADVANCED PLATFORMS FOR MARINE ROBOTIC SYSTEM AND SOME OPTIONS OF THEIR USE|
|Authors||I.V. Kozhemyakin, A.P. Blinkov, K.V. Rozhdestvensky, V.A. Ryzhov, V.D. Melentyev, V.Yu. Zanin|
|Section||SECTION II. MARINE ROBOTICS|
|Month, Year||01, 2016 @en|
|Abstract||Results are presented of the work carried out by Saint-Petersburg State Marine Technical University in the framework of complex research in provision of the development of a global information and measurement system based on marine robotic systems (MRS). In the context of this work assigned to the MRS are the following autonomous unmanned transport/measurement/communication/support platforms: underwater gliders, buoys and probes of variable buoyancy, surface wave buoys, wave gliders, bottom and ice communication stations, docking\undocking units of autonomous mobile objects, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). Altogether the MRS listed above form a complex of technical means- efficient elements of the global marine information and communication network. Prolonged exposure on the route or in a given navigation area with the goal of accumulating hydro-physical, chemical, radiation and other parameters and transmitting these parameters with use of the radio and hydro-acoustic channels, forming a unified information space, provision of data exchange with submersed objects through hydro-acoustic/optical channels, retranslation of the information using radio communication channels (satellite, meteor burst communications) determine high demand of the of the aforementioned MRS types for solution of wide range of practical problems: scientific, research, applied, related to monitoring and exploration of the world ocean, support of solution of environmental and climate forecasting problems, control of bioresources base, development of subsea fields, conducting seismic surveys, use for the purpose of control and notification in emergency situations as means of provision of complex safety of marine and coastal stationary facilities. This paper also analyzes foreign and national developments of MRS, options of their use for solving of the above listed practical problems, and formulates the main problematic issues related to the developments of a class of national MRS of glider type, provides certain conclusions on the perspectives of the progress of the research direction under consideration.|
|Keywords||Mmarine information and measurements network; marine robotic system; autonomous unmanned underwater vehicle; underwater glider; wave glider; payload; interface signal retranslator; group missions.|
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