SINet, Machine Learning and the IoT

Intermittent links and resource constraints are found in many scenarios, not only in maritime settings, but also in urban environments!

The SINet project has been cooperating with the IoT lab at NTNU for autonomous and adaptive sensing using machine learning. Read more about it here!

First week at Maritime Robotics

As part of a 3-month secondment, SINet is now being hosted at Maritime Robotics. The goal will be to explore networking solutions suitable for low-bitrate and long-range links, typically used in maritime environments (e.g. VHF links). Ultimately, this will allow better coverage and coordination of unmanned operations, such as bathymetry data collection.

Coordinated Unmanned Maritime Operations

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A change of perspective, ICTs at 78° N

As a researcher, Svalbard has always caught my attention and admiration, being the headquarters for so many scientific missions and their unparalleled findings about our world and its climate. Last week, I had the privilege of visiting the archipelago and participate in an intense summer school about the Arctic Ocean and the Marginal Ice Zone (MIZ), at UNIS.

Despite focusing my research on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), the past two years have targeted the development of ICTs in coastal and maritime operations, namely through the SINet MSCA IF. These operations are particularly challenged in harsh regions such as the Arctic, where infrastructures are scarce or non-existent. But why is this issue relevant? What kind of operations would take place in the Arctic?

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Researchers’ Night 2016

Last Friday SINet was present at the Researchers’ Night in Trondheim, showing the first prototype for wireless communications in challenging environments.

More details on SINet soon, but we leave you with some pictures!

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