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Bistatic Synthetic Aperture Sonar Concept for MCM AUV Networks

Henrik Schmidt, Joseph R. Edwards, Kevin LePage
2000
5 pp.
MITSG 03-12J
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URL: http://auvac.org/research/publications/files/2000/Schmidt%2520hawaii-goats.pdf

Progress in underwater robotics and acoustic communication has led to the development of the Autonomous Ocean Sampling Network (AOSN), a network of fixed moorings and/or autonomous underwater vehicles. This paper describes the GOATS 2000 (Generic Oceanographic Array Technology Systems) Joint Research Program, aimed toward the development of environmentally adaptive AOSN technology specifically directed toward rapid environmental assessment and mine counter measures in costal environments. The research program combines theory and modeling of the 3-D environmental acoustics with field experiments.

type: Workshops, proceedings, symposia

Parent Project

Project No.: 2000-RCM-5
Title: Acoustic Sensing of Sediment Properties using a WWW-controlled Shallow Water Mooring

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