Autonomous marine systems at offshore aquaculture and energy sites

This month, the Offshore Engineering and Technology Research Program October newsletter highlights the research being undertaken in the RP1 scoping project, Autonomous marine systems at offshore aquaculture and energy sites.

The project is led by Project Leader Damien Guihen (UTAS), supported by Alistair Grinham (UQ) and Simon Albert (UQ).

Making offshore fish farms and renewable energy systems safe and financially viable means a step-change in the adoption of new technologies. One important class of technology is autonomous marine systems that can perform monitoring and intervention activities in a reliable manner. These systems need to be both flexible and cost-effective given the variety of environments and conditions for operations.

For more information about his project, view the complete RP1 October newsletter.

If you have any comments or questions regarding the newsletter or information in it please feel free to contact the RP1 lead, Professor Chien Ming Wang. 

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