Path planning for gliders using Regional Ocean Models: Application of Pinzón path planner with the ESEOAT model and the RU27 trans-Atlantic flight data

@article{FernndezPerdomo2010PathPF,
  title={Path planning for gliders using Regional Ocean Models: Application of Pinz{\'o}n path planner with the ESEOAT model and the RU27 trans-Atlantic flight data},
  author={Enrique Fern{\'a}ndez-Perdomo and Jorge Cabrera-G{\'a}mez and Daniel Hern{\'a}ndez-Sosa and Josep Isern-Gonz{\'a}lez and Antonio Carlos Dom{\'i}nguez-Brito and A. Redondo and Josep Coca and Antonio G. Ramos and Enrique Alvarez Fanjul and Marcos Garcia},
  journal={OCEANS'10 IEEE SYDNEY},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-10}
}
Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) are commonly used in Oceanography due to their relative low cost and wide range of capabilities. Gliders, being UUVs, are particularly suitable for long-range missions because of their large autonomy. They change their buoyancy to dive and climb describing a vertical saw tooth route, which produces an effective but low horizontal speed. This makes them strongly sensitive to ocean currents, and therefore, they might have to adapt the heading to the current… CONTINUE READING
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