Plymouth trials update
We spent much of last week at sea extending our testing of our underwater acoustic localisation and navigation system. We had an ambitious target to get 10 of our ecoSUBs in the water operating together within a network, unfortunately we only got to six before we ran out of time on the water :(
We had many successes during the week and will be back out soon to finish off the mission!
Our many thanks to Smart Sound Plymouth for use of Plymouth Quest, PML Explorer and the Smart Sound Laboratory based at Plymouth Marine Lab (PML). Our special thanks to James Fishwick of PML/Smart Sound for all his help and support with coordination, logistics and piloting PML Explorer.
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