Modification of an Underwater Robot for Ocean Big Data Ferrying
Garcia Gonzalez, Javier
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Ocean Big Data is a rapidly expanding field with environmental, energy, and military applications. Conventional antennas are inefficient in seawater. Current communication methods such as light, sound, and magnetic inductance have strong limitations. Efficient transfer of large data would allow us perform highly complex underwater tasks. We acquired an OpenROV 2.8, which we then proceeded to modify in various ways. AUV can successfully deploy, retrieve, and recharge modules in a pool. The object recognition code for the camera has to be completed and tested underwater.