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1 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE YELLOWFIN UUV FOR HOMOGENEOUS COLLABORATIVE MISSIONS

@inproceedings{West20101DA,
  title={1 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE YELLOWFIN UUV FOR HOMOGENEOUS COLLABORATIVE MISSIONS},
  author={M. West and M. Novitzky and Jesse P. Varnell and Andrew Melim and Evan Seguin and Tedd C. Toler and Tom{\'a}s Collins and John R. Bogle and Matthew Bradley and Andrew M. Henshaw},
  year={2010}
}
  • M. West, M. Novitzky, +7 authors Andrew M. Henshaw
  • Published 2010
  • Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has developed the Yellowfin, a small man-portable Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV). The mission for Yellowfin is to conduct autonomous collaborative operations. The multi-UUV design allows for a much wider swath of the ocean to be observed and monitored, while collaborative operations allow multiple aspects of a mission to be tackled with distributed systems. Both oceanographic and military missions are aided tremendously by the use of such a UUV network… CONTINUE READING
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