Browsing Intelligent Robotics Group by Author "Sauze, Colin"

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Browsing Intelligent Robotics Group by Author "Sauze, Colin"

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  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2006-09)
    The introduction of the Water Framework Directive has highlighted the need for water quality monitoring in freshwater systems, estuaries and at sea. Systems which currently exist for these tasks include fixed monitoring ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2008-09-09)
    Biologically inspired approaches have long been touted as a possible mechanism to improve the survival of robots operating autonomously in harsh environments. One method which has often been suggested is to mimic the ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (Centrobot, 2008-05-23)
    Over the last four years we have developed five sailing robots of various sizes with the intention of performing long term ocean monitoring. These have demonstrated that a sailing robot could potentially perform long term ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2007-09)
    The desire to operate highly autonomous robots in harsh conditions which may threaten their survival has demonstrated the need for artificial systems which can adapt to their environment. Traditionally many have attempted ...
  • Neal, Mark; Sauze, Colin (2012-08-06)
    This paper describes work on a biologically inspired approach to long term power management in sailing robots. Sailing robots offer the promise of a flexible and low cost ocean observation platform which can either hold ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2010-08-31)
    There is an increasing desire to deploy autonomous robots into harsh environments where humans do not wish to go or cannot go. These robots have only infrequent contact with human operators and therefore, must be highly ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2010-06)
    This paper presents a simple mechanism for an autonomous sailing robot to detect when it is within close proximity to fixed obstacles and a reactive mechanism to avoid those obstacles. This is achieved by using a raster ...
  • Alves, Jose Carlos; Thomas, Barry; Neal, Mark; Sauze, Colin (2009-07-10)
    The current generation of sailing robots require a small number of essential components in order to function successfully. These include some kind of sail and a device for de- tecting the direction of the wind, in order ...

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