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"Other" project VFP15016
VFP15016 "Sensors for LArge scale HydrodynaMic Imaging of ocean floor (LAkHsMI) (1.04.2015−31.03.2019)", Maarja Kruusmaa, Tallinn University of Technology , Tallinn University of Technology , School of Information Technologies, Centre for Biorobotics.
VFP15016
Sensorid laiaulatuslikuks ookeanipõhja hüdrodünaamiliseks kujutamiseks
Sensors for LArge scale HydrodynaMic Imaging of ocean floor (LAkHsMI)
Sensors for LArge scale HydrodynaMic Imaging of ocean floor (LAkHsMI)
1.04.2015
31.03.2019
R&D project
Other
Field of researchSubfieldCERCS specialtyFrascati Manual specialtyPercent
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.7. TelecommunicationsT121 Signal processing 2.2. Electrical engineering, electronics [electrical engineering, electronics, communication engineering and systems, computer engineering (hardware only) and other allied subjects]70,0
1. Biosciences and Environment1.8. Research relating to the State of the Environment and to Environmental ProtectionT270 Environmental technology, pollution control 1.4. Earth and related environmental sciences (geology, geophysics, mineralogy, physical geography and other geosciences, meteorology and other atmospheric sciences including climatic research, oceanography, vulcanology, palaeoecology, other allied sciences)30,0
InstitutionCountryType
Euroopa Komisjon
PeriodSum
01.04.2015−31.03.2019567 750,00 EUR
567 750,00 EUR
välisleping, HORIZON 2020

"LAkHsMI will develop a new bio-inspired technology to make continuous and cost-effective measurements of the near-field, large-scale hydrodynamic situation, for environmental monitoring in cabled ocean observatories, marine renewable energy and port/harbor security. We will design, manufacture, and field test prototype smart sensor cables that measure differential pressure and temperature on the ocean floor and enable high resolution imaging of the surrounding volume in space and time, is simple, inexpensive and has very low power consumption The cables can be connecting with existing cabled ocean observatories. The technology is inspired by the biophysics of fish hydrodynamic sensing. The technology is scalable from meters to possibly hundreds of kilometers and allows a high sampling frequency. LAkHsMI will also develop innovative methods for hydrodynamic imaging. It produces several continuous on-line information products for interdisciplinary oceanography and seismic geophysics but also for other applications including tracking fish and fish schools or (sub)surface traffic in harbours. Software interfaces developed in the course of the project will be integrated with existing observatory systems (such as EUROGOOS). LAkHsMI will design and implement the sensor cables on small large scales. Tests will be conducted in a tank, a pool, an in ocean observatory."
"LAkHsMI will develop a new bio-inspired technology to make continuous and cost-effective measurements of the near-field, large-scale hydrodynamic situation, for environmental monitoring in cabled ocean observatories, marine renewable energy and port/harbor security. We will design, manufacture, and field test prototype smart sensor cables that measure differential pressure and temperature on the ocean floor and enable high resolution imaging of the surrounding volume in space and time, is simple, inexpensive and has very low power consumption The cables can be connecting with existing cabled ocean observatories. The technology is inspired by the biophysics of fish hydrodynamic sensing. The technology is scalable from meters to possibly hundreds of kilometers and allows a high sampling frequency. LAkHsMI will also develop innovative methods for hydrodynamic imaging. It produces several continuous on-line information products for interdisciplinary oceanography and seismic geophysics but also for other applications including tracking fish and fish schools or (sub)surface traffic in harbours. Software interfaces developed in the course of the project will be integrated with existing observatory systems (such as EUROGOOS). LAkHsMI will design and implement the sensor cables on small large scales. Tests will be conducted in a tank, a pool, an in ocean observatory."
ActivitiesPercent
Basic Research50,0
Applied Research25,0
Experimental Research25,0