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!!Demo Day Participants: Ten Vehicles From Industry and Academia

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The 2017 Working Group Meeting for MOOS and IvP developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge Massachusetts, August 1-2 2017, on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
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The 2019 Working Group Meeting for MOOS and IvP developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge Massachusetts, August 7-8 2019, on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/datamaran_rounded.png ||'''Datamaran, Autonomous Marine Systems:''' The Datamaran is a sail powered autonomous catamaran being used in the the defense and energy industries. Design motivations and evolutions will be discussed. Recent results from endurance testing, various payload integrations, and value engineering will be presented along with a live demo. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/riptide_rounded.png ||'''Riptide UUV:''' The Riptide UUV is a new, highly flexible, open source autonomous undersea vehicle that provides users a state-of-the-art, low cost development solution ideally suited for developers of autonomy and behaviors, power systems, subsea sensors, and new payloads. The micro-UUV features open hardware and software interfaces to provide users a reliable and robust platform to advance technology development. The vehicle design is optimized for high efficiency with the best hydrodynamic signature in its class. [[<<]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBuVF3nIaMA | youtube.com/watch?v=yBuVF3nIaMA]] [[<<]]  ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/bioswimmer_rounded.png ||'''BIOSwimmer UUV:''' The Boston Engineering BIOSwimmer(tm) strengthens the capability to search, inspect, and operate in harsh and constricted underwater areas – including areas inaccessible by other vehicles. The UUV employs a variety of payloads for mission flexibility and combines speed, maneuverability, and endurance. For more information, please visit: [[<<]][[http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group | http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group/]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||


|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sea_machines_rounded.png ||'''The SeaMachines USV:'''  Sea Machines Robotics is a startup in East Boston building Autonomous and Remote Control systems for the work grade vessels. These systems can be outfitted to any vessel, like standard auto-pilot, and enables it to be remotely controlled or be autonomously deployed for a mission. TALOS, the autonomy system, uses MOOS-IvP and other components to sail and dynamically adapt to the environment surrounding it. For the MOOS-DAWG 2017 demo-day, Sea Machines is pleased to demonstrate the latest of its capabilities implemented in a very short time thanks to the MOOS-IvP suite of software.  [[<<]] [[http://www.sea-machines.com | www.sea-machines.com]] ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sandshark_rounded.png ||'''WHOI Bluefin SandSharks with acoustics and autonomy payloads:''' Acoustics and autonomy payloads running MOOS-IvP have been integrated with multiple SandShark UUVs for multi-UUV navigation and sensing experiments.  Based on a design developed at MIT, the payloads include a one-way-travel-time (OWTT) iUSBL system that use a time-synchronized beacon for relative or absolute navigation, and additional hydrophones for passive or active acoustic sensing.  Data is processed on-board on a raspberry pi computer for adaptive sensing.  Research topics using these vehicles include UUV formation autonomy, multi-vehicle sensing/mapping, and noise source detection/localization. ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]]  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/wamv_rounded.png ||'''The MIT Rex IV USV:''' The REx IV is an unmanned surface vessel based on the 16-foot WAM-V and running the MOOS-IvP autonomy suite of software. The platform is modular, allowing a variety of sensors to be connected for gathering data from atmospheric and sea surface sensors. A marine winch allows subsea sensors or remotely-operated vehicles to be deployed to depth. Data and control of an ROV can be sent via live feed to researchers and classrooms. This platform won the 2014 RobotX competition. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/mokai_rounded.png ||'''The Electric MOKAI:''' The MOKAI platform is a commercially available motorized kayak. It is currently used as a human-operated platform in the DARPA/ONR funded Aquaticus project. It can also be converted into an unmanned platform. The Electric MOKAI project is a prototype under development at MIT currently to replace the gas engine with an all-electric motor. This prototype will be demonstrated.  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||

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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/bioswimmer_rounded.png ||'''BIOSwimmer UUV:''' The Boston Engineering BIOSwimmer(tm) strengthens the capability to search, inspect, and operate in harsh and constricted underwater areas – including areas inaccessible by other vehicles. The UUV employs a variety of payloads for mission flexibility and combines speed, maneuverability, and endurance. For more information, please visit: [[<<]][[http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group/ | http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group/]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/bioswimmer_rounded.png ||'''BIOSwimmer UUV:''' The Boston Engineering BIOSwimmer(tm) strengthens the capability to search, inspect, and operate in harsh and constricted underwater areas – including areas inaccessible by other vehicles. The UUV employs a variety of payloads for mission flexibility and combines speed, maneuverability, and endurance. For more information, please visit: [[<<]][[http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group | http://www.boston-engineering.com/advanced-systems-group/]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/bioswimmer_rounded.png ||'''BIOSwimmer UUV:''' The Boston Engineering BIOSwimmer(tm) strengthens the capability to search, inspect, and operate in harsh and constricted underwater areas – including areas inaccessible by other vehicles. The UUV employs a variety of payloads for mission flexibility and combines speed, maneuverability, and endurance. For more information, please visit: [[<<]]
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/bioswimmer_rounded.png ||'''BIOSwimmer UUV:''' The Boston
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]]  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]]  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]]  [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]]  [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]]  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]]  [[<<]] [[http://www.sea-machines.com |  [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron ]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]]  [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/heron_rounded.png ||'''Clearpath Heron USVs with MIT Payload Autonomy:''' The Heron USV is a 1-2 person portable vehicle made by Clearpath Robotics. This vehicle is used at MIT for research on COLREGS collision avoidance, and in the DARPA/ONR funded human robot competition called Aquaticus. It is also the primary teaching platform for new students. The MIT Herons are a variant of the standard-issued platform, with autonomy run from a separate payload computer. These variants and the payload autonomy will be demonstrated. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]]  [[<<]] [[http://www.sea-machines.com |  [[<<]] [[http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron | http://www.clearpathrobotics.com/heron ]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sea_machines_rounded.png ||'''The SeaMachines USV:'''  Sea Machines Robotics is a startup in East Boston building Autonomous and Remote Control systems for the work grade vessels. These systems can be outfitted to any vessel, like standard auto-pilot, and enables it to be remotely controlled or be autonomously deployed for a mission. TALOS, the autonomy system, uses MOOS-IvP and other components to sail and dynamically adapt to the environment surrounding it. For the MOOS-DAWG 2017 demo-day, Sea Machines is pleased to demonstrate the latest of its capabilities implemented in a very short time thanks to the MOOS-IvP suite of software.  [[<<]] [[http://www.sea-machines.com | www.sea-machines.com ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sea_machines_rounded.png ||'''The SeaMachines USV:'''  Sea Machines Robotics is a startup in East Boston building Autonomous and Remote Control systems for the work grade vessels. These systems can be outfitted to any vessel, like standard auto-pilot, and enables it to be remotely controlled or be autonomously deployed for a mission. TALOS, the autonomy system, uses MOOS-IvP and other components to sail and dynamically adapt to the environment surrounding it. For the MOOS-DAWG 2017 demo-day, Sea Machines is pleased to demonstrate the latest of its capabilities implemented in a very short time thanks to the MOOS-IvP suite of software.  [[<<]] [[http://www.sea-machines.com | www.sea-machines.com]] ||
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auto-pilot, and enables it to be remotely controlled or be autonomously deployed for a mission. TALOS, the autonomy system, uses MOOS-IvP and other components to sail and dynamically adapt to the environment surrounding it. For the MOOS-DAWG 2017 demo-day, Sea Machines is pleased to
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sea_machines_rounded.png ||'''The SeaMachines USV:'''  Sea Machines Robotics is a startup in East Boston building Autonomous and Remote Control systems for the work grade vessels. These systems can be outfitted to any vessel, like standard auto-pilot, and enables it to be remotely controlled or be autonomously deployed for a mission. TALOS, the autonomy system, uses MOOS-IvP and other components to sail and dynamically adapt to the environment surrounding it. For the MOOS-DAWG 2017 demo-day, Sea Machines is pleased to demonstrate the latest of its capabilities implemented in a very short time thanks to the MOOS-IvP suite of software.  ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/sea_machines_rounded.png ||'''The SeaMachines USV:'''  Sea Machines Robotics is a startup in East Boston building Autonomous and Remote Control systems for the work grade vessels. These systems can be outfitted to any vessel, like standard
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/mokai_rounded.png ||'''The Electric MOKAI:''' The MOKAI platform is a commercially available motorized kayak. It is currently used as a human-operated platform in the DARPA/ONR funded Aquaticus project. It can also be converted into an unmanned platform. The Electric MOKAI project is a prototype under development at MIT currently to replace the gas engine with an all-electric motor. This prototype will be demonstrated.  [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/demoday/wamv_rounded.png ||'''The MIT Rex IV USV:''' The REx IV is an unmanned surface vessel based on the 16-foot WAM-V and running the MOOS-IvP autonomy suite of software. The platform is modular, allowing a variety of sensors to be connected for gathering data from atmospheric and sea surface sensors. A marine winch allows subsea sensors or remotely-operated vehicles to be deployed to depth. Data and control of an ROV can be sent via live feed to researchers and classrooms. This platform won the 2014 RobotX competition. [[<<]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ||
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* %color=#BD614A%'''Payload (backseat driver) interface''':%% standards, best practices, source code availability.

* %color=#BD614A%'''Acoustic communications''':%% Applications for interfacing with acoustic modems and defining and handling message sets.

* %color=#BD614A%'''MOOS on low-powered CPUs''':%% Experiences in porting MOOS to the Gumstix, ARM9, or similar processor families.

* %color=#BD614A%'''Mission planning / Mission configuration''':%% Tools for composing, visualizing or automated error checking of mission (or helm behavior) configuration files.

* %color=#BD614A%'''Simulation''':%% Includes simulation of the platform, inter-node communications, and models of the ocean or environment.

* %color=#BD614A%'''Quality Control''':%% Issues related to process of adopting and accepting testing new software releases.

* %color=#BD614A%'''MOOS/MOOS-IvP build system''':%% Issues related to maintaining a build system for third-party software using MOOS or MOOS-IvP trees.

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! Invited Talk #3: "SandShark: An Open Platform for Rapid Technology Development"

Chris Murphy, Bluefin Robotics ([[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com/products/bluefin-sandshark/ | bluefinrobotics.com]]) \\

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/pics/sandshark_charles.png ||'''Abstract:'''  The Bluefin SandShark is a small, open-platform, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) designed for scientists and developers. SandShark combines a standardized low-cost tail with core vehicle systems, a large modular payload area, and an open development platform. This combination provides a flexible subsea "reference design" to support rapid technology development. [[<<]] SandShark is built on open source software and allows end users to modify or replace all aspects of the vehicle's software stack. Features like quick-connect fins for tool-less field replacement and modular body components make SandShark fast and easy to modify. SandShark's payload bay makes up over half the vehicle - it is the ideal test platform for small subsea sensors and autonomy scenarios. ||

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! Invited Talk #1: "Introducing the Datamaran"

Eamon Carrig, C.T.O. and co-founder of Autonomous Marine Systems Inc. ([[http://automarinesys.com | automarinesys.com]]) \\

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg17/pics/datamaran.png ||'''Abstract:'''  The Datamaran is a new deep water instrumentation platform offering fully autonomous operation over mission durations measured in months.  It is primarily wind  propelled, and is power positive. It is the worlds first self-righting catamaran. Unique deployment and payload configuration options set the Datamaran apart from other ASVs. Demonstrations will take place at the Charles River Autonomy Lab, and recent testing results will be exhibited.  Design motivations, with a particular focus on the autonomy framework developed within MOOS-IvP, will also be presented. ||

! Invited Talk #2: "Payload Autonomy on the Phoenix International Artemis AUV"

Peter McKibbin, Special Projects Manager, Phoenix International ([[https://www.phnx-international.com | phnx-international.com]]) \\

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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg15/pics/artemis.png ||'''Abstract:'''  Since 2012, Phoenix has commercially owned and operated a 21 inch Bluefin AUV named Artemis. Some of the missions conducted with Artemis are the search for Amelia Earhart’s plane, initial search for Malaysian Airlines 370, and a private plane search off Jamaica. These first missions were limited to the two payloads purchased with the vehicle: multi-beam sonar, side scan sonar, and sub bottom profiler payload and a high resolution black and white camera payload. Since 2014, using MOOS-IvP and with encouragement of MIT, Phoenix has begun to design and develop payloads expanding the capabilities available on our system to include payloads for oil and gas, subsea mining, and other industries. Phoenix has also recently been involved in a project that required the MOOS-IvP backseat driver capability. ||
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|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg15/pics/artemis.png ||'''Abstract:'''  Since 2012, Phoenix has commercially owned and operated a 21 inch AUV named Artemis. Some of the missions conducted with Artemis are the search for Amelia Earhart’s plane, initial search for Malaysian Airlines 370, and a private plane search off Jamaica. These first missions were limited to the two payloads purchased with the vehicle: multi-beam sonar, side scan sonar, and sub bottom profiler payload and a high resolution black and white camera payload. Since 2014, using MOOS-IvP and with encouragement of MIT, Phoenix has begun to design and develop payloads expanding the capabilities available on our system to include payloads for oil and gas, subsea mining, and other industries. Phoenix has also recently been involved in a project that required the MOOS-IvP backseat driver capability. ||

! Invited Talk #3: "SandShark: An Open Platform for Rapid Technology Development"

Chris Murphy, Bluefin Robotics ([[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com/products/bluefin-sandshark/ | bluefinrobotics.com]]) \\

|| %center%%width=220px% Path:/moos-dawg15/pics/sandshark.png ||'''Abstract:'''  The Bluefin SandShark is a small, open-platform, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) designed for scientists and developers. SandShark combines a standardized low-cost tail with core vehicle systems, a large modular payload area, and an open development platform. This combination provides a flexible subsea "reference design" to support rapid technology development. [[<<]] SandShark is built on open source software and allows end users to modify or replace all aspects of the vehicle's software stack. Features like quick-connect fins for tool-less field replacement and modular body components make SandShark fast and easy to modify. SandShark's payload bay makes up over half the vehicle - it is the ideal test platform for small subsea sensors and autonomy scenarios
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  Eamon Carrig, C.T.O. and co-founder of Autonomous Marine Systems Inc. ([[http://automarinesys.com | automarinesys.com]]) \\
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  Unique deployment and payload configuration options set the Datamaran apart from other ASVs.
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Eamon Carrig, C.T.O. and co-founder of Autonomous Marine Systems Inc. ([[http://automarinesys.com | automarinesys.com]]) \\

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  Eamon
Carrig, C.T.O. and co-founder of Autonomous Marine Systems Inc. ([[http://automarinesys.com | automarinesys.com]]) \\
  Abstract:  The Datamaran is a new deep water instrumentation platform offering fully
  autonomous operation over mission durations measured in months.  It is primarily wind
  propelled, and is power positive. It is the worlds first self-righting catamaran.
  Unique deployment and payload configuration options set the Datamaran apart from other ASVs.
  Demonstrations will take place at the Charles River Autonomy Lab, and recent
  testing results will be exhibited.  Design motivations, with a particular focus on the
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!2013 MOOS-DAWG Talks:

* Talk-01: [[Talk.01-Schneider| ''iFrontSeat: a New Approach for Writing Extensible MOOS-IvP Frontseat-Backseat Payload Interface Drivers'']], [[<<]] Toby Schneider, MIT. [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/01-schneider_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-02: [[Talk.02-Purvis| ''ROS-MOOS Interfacing using a NMEA-format Protocol'']], [[<<]] Mike Purvis, Clearpath Robotics.


* Talk-03: [[Talk.03-Hsiao| ''An Overview of MOOS-IvP Usage at SSCI'']], [[<<]] Kai-yuh Hsiao, Scientific Systems Company Inc. (SSCI). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/03-hsiao_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-04: [[Talk.04-Novitzky| ''Bio-Inspired Multi-Robot Communication through Behavior Recognition'']], [[<<]] Michael Novitzky, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

* Talk-05: [[Talk.05-Novitzky| ''The Latest Developments of the Yellowfin 2.0 UUV'']], [[<<]] Michael Novitzky, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

* Talk-06: [[Talk.06-McMahon| ''Sampling-Based Motion Planning and Co-Safe LTL for Coverage Missions Using the MOOS-IvP Framework'']], [[<<]] James McMahon, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/06-mcmahon_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-07: [[Talk.07-Goldhahn| ''Environmentally-Sensitive Search Behaviors for Collaborating Underwater Autonomous Vehicles'']], [[<<]] Ryan Goldhahn, Kevin LePage, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE).

* Talk-08: [[Talk.08-Filimon| ''MOOS-IvP Helm Based Simulations of Collision Avoidance by an Autonomous Surface Craft Performing Repeat-Transect Oceanographic Surveys'']], [[<<]] Michael A. Filimon and Daniel L. Codiga, Graduate School of Oceanography University of Rhode Island (URI). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/08-filimon-codiga_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-09: [[Talk.09-Nehra| ''Networked Utilities for Reliable and Safe Transfers of Control Between Native Mission Software and Backseat MOOS-IvP Helm on an Autonomous Surface Craft'']], [[<<]] Amit Nehra and Daniel L. Codiga, Graduate School of Oceanography University of Rhode Island (URI). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/09-nehra-codiga_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-10: [[Talk.10-Seto| '' Using MOOS-IvP and Goby to Adapt Acoustic Data Rates for Improvement of Bandwidth in Collaborative AUV Missions'']], [[<<]] Dainis Nams, Mae Seto,  Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/10-seto-nams_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-11: [[Talk.11-Yaari| ''Bounding the Operating Area with a Confines Behavior'']], [[<<]] Alon Yaari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-12: [[Talk.12-Leighton| ''MOOS-IvP Based Autonomous Surface Vehicle for Acoustic Communications Experimentation'']], [[<<]] Josh Leighton, Mei Yi Cheung, Eric Gilbertson, Brooks Reed, Franz Hover, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-13: [[Talk.13-Mierzwa| ''Next Generation Bluefin-9: A COTS AUV Enabling On-going and Advanced Platform Research'']], [[<<]] Cheryl Mierzwa, Mikell Taylor, Bluefin Robotics.

* Talk-14: [[Talk.14-Paull| ''Sensor-Driven Area Coverage for an Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle using MOOS'']], [[<<]] Liam Paull, Carl Thibault, Amr Nagaty, Mae Seto and Howard Li, Dalhousie University, Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).

* Talk-15: [[Talk.15-Petillo| ''Autonomous and Adaptive Front Tracking using AUVs in an MSEAS Dynamic Ocean Model'']], [[<<]] Stephanie Petillo, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/15-petillo_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-16: [[Talk.16-Fischell| ''Using the MOOS-IvP with Machine Learning and AUV Behaviors for Target Classification Based on Acoustic Scattered Fields'']], [[<<]] Erin Fischell, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/16-fischell_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-17: [[Talk.17-Benjamin| ''New Features and Applications in MOOS-IvP 13.5 and Near Term Development Plans'']], [[<<]] Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/17-benjamin_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-18: [[Talk.18-Newman| ''MOOS-V10 What's New'']], [[<<]] Paul Newman, Oxford.

* Talk-19: [[Talk.19-Pohajdak| ''Change Detection for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Simultaneous Localization and Mapping'']], [[<<]] Timothy Pohajdak,  Mae Seto, Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).

* Talk-20: [[Talk.20-Schmidt| ''Nested Autonomy: A Robust Operational Paradigm for Communication-Constrained Undersea Sensing Networks'']], [[<<]] Henrik Schmidt, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-21: [[Talk.21-Woerner| ''COLREGS Collision Avoidance for Autonomous Surface Vehicles with MOOS-IvP'']], [[<<]] Kyle Woerner, Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-22: [[Talk.22-Anderson| ''Hunter-Prey: An Open-Source Adversarial Competition to Promote Cooperative Autonomous Research'']], [[<<]] LT Arthur Anderson, Alon Yaari, Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/22-anderson_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]

* Talk-23: [[Talk.23-Seto| ''UUV Autonomy to Facilitate UUV Recovery by a Submarine'']], [[<<]] Mae Seto, George Watt, Defence Research and Development Canada.
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* Talk-17: [[Talk.17-Benjamin| ''New Features and Applications in MOOS-IvP 13.5 and Near Term Development Plans'']], [[<<]] Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/17-benjamin_brief.pdf | %color=#ff7f00% DOWNLOAD]]
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!The Hazard Search Autonomy Challenge Problem

A new component of MOOS-DAWG'13 is the introduction of an autonomy competition. We plan to make this event a recurring part of these workshops, altering the nature of the competition each year. Entries are purely software in nature, with initial competitions occurring solely in simulation. Top finishers may have their solutions run on MIT-provided marine vehicle hardware on the Charles River at MOOS-DAWG'13. All necessary simulation software and documentation are provided to allow as many participants from different backgrounds to participate. %color=#448822%No prior experience with MOOS or MOOS-IvP required!%% [[Competition.Overview | Click Here ]] to read more.

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!! %color=#4444BB% Important Competition Dates

* May 10th: Full details and competition rules will be posted. Details are now available [[Path:/moos-dawg13/docs/hazard_search.pdf | here]].
* July 12th: Initial upload of MOOS application source code for competition participants.
* July 26th: Final upload of MOOS application source code for competition participants.
* July 30th: Elimination round of the hazard search competition on Day 1 at MOOS-DAWG'13.
* July 31st: Final round of the hazard search competition on Day 2 at MOOS-DAWG'13.
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!2013 MOOS-DAWG Talks:

* Talk-01: [[Talk.01-Schneider| ''iFrontSeat: a New Approach for Writing Extensible MOOS-IvP Frontseat-Backseat Payload Interface Drivers'']], [[<<]] Toby Schneider, MIT.

* Talk-02: [[Talk.02-Purvis| ''ROS-MOOS Interfacing using a NMEA-format Protocol'']], [[<<]] Mike Purvis, Clearpath Robotics.


* Talk-03: [[Talk.03-Hsiao| ''An Overview of MOOS-IvP Usage at SSCI'']], [[<<]] Kai-yuh Hsiao, Scientific Systems Company Inc. (SSCI).

* Talk-04: [[Talk.04-Novitzky| ''Bio-Inspired Multi-Robot Communication through Behavior Recognition'']], [[<<]] Michael Novitzky, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

* Talk-05: [[Talk.05-Novitzky| ''The Latest Developments of the Yellowfin 2.0 UUV'']], [[<<]] Michael Novitzky, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

* Talk-06: [[Talk.06-McMahon| ''Sampling-Based Motion Planning and Co-Safe LTL for Coverage Missions Using the MOOS-IvP Framework'']], [[<<]] James McMahon, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).

* Talk-07: [[Talk.07-Goldhahn| ''Environmentally-Sensitive Search Behaviors for Collaborating Underwater Autonomous Vehicles'']], [[<<]] Ryan Goldhahn, Kevin LePage, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE).

* Talk-08: [[Talk.08-Filimon| ''MOOS-IvP Helm Based Simulations of Collision Avoidance by an Autonomous Surface Craft Performing Repeat-Transect Oceanographic Surveys'']], [[<<]] Michael A. Filimon and Daniel L. Codiga, Graduate School of Oceanography University of Rhode Island (URI).

* Talk-09: [[Talk.09-Nehra| ''Networked Utilities for Reliable and Safe Transfers of Control Between Native Mission Software and Backseat MOOS-IvP Helm on an Autonomous Surface Craft'']], [[<<]] Amit Nehra and Daniel L. Codiga, Graduate School of Oceanography University of Rhode Island (URI).

* Talk-10: [[Talk.10-Seto| '' Using MOOS-IvP and Goby to Adapt Acoustic Data Rates for Improvement of Bandwidth in Collaborative AUV Missions'']], [[<<]] Dainis Nams, Mae Seto,  Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).

* Talk-11: [[Talk.11-Yaari| ''Bounding the Operating Area with a Confines Behavior'']], [[<<]] Alon Yaari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-12: [[Talk.12-Leighton| ''MOOS-IvP Based Autonomous Surface Vehicle for Acoustic Communications Experimentation'']], [[<<]] Josh Leighton, Mei Yi Cheung, Eric Gilbertson, Brooks Reed, Franz Hover, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-13: [[Talk.13-Mierzwa| ''Next Generation Bluefin-9: A COTS AUV Enabling On-going and Advanced Platform Research'']], [[<<]] Cheryl Mierzwa, Mikell Taylor, Bluefin Robotics.

* Talk-14: [[Talk.14-Paull| ''Sensor-Driven Area Coverage for an Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle using MOOS'']], [[<<]] Liam Paull, Carl Thibault, Amr Nagaty, Mae Seto and Howard Li, Dalhousie University, Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).

* Talk-15: [[Talk.15-Petillo| ''Autonomous and Adaptive Front Tracking using AUVs in an MSEAS Dynamic Ocean Model'']], [[<<]] Stephanie Petillo, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-16: [[Talk.16-Fischell| ''Using the MOOS-IvP with Machine Learning and AUV Behaviors for Target Classification Based on Acoustic Scattered Fields'']], [[<<]] Erin Fischell, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-17: [[Talk.17-Benjamin| ''New Features and Applications in MOOS-IvP 13.5 and Near Term Development Plans'']], [[<<]] Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-18: [[Talk.18-Newman| ''MOOS-V10 What's New'']], [[<<]] Paul Newman, Oxford.

* Talk-19: [[Talk.19-Pohajdak| ''Change Detection for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Simultaneous Localization and Mapping'']], [[<<]] Timothy Pohajdak,  Mae Seto, Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).

* Talk-20: [[Talk.20-Schmidt| ''Nested Autonomy: A Robust Operational Paradigm for Communication-Constrained Undersea Sensing Networks'']], [[<<]] Henrik Schmidt, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-21: [[Talk.21-Woerner| ''COLREGS Collision Avoidance for Autonomous Surface Vehicles with MOOS-IvP'']], [[<<]] Kyle Woerner, Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-22: [[Talk.22-Anderson| ''Hunter-Prey: An Open-Source Adversarial Competition to Promote Cooperative Autonomous Research'']], [[<<]] LT Arthur Anderson, Alon Yaari, Michael Benjamin, Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

* Talk-23: [[Talk.23-Seto| ''UUV Autonomy to Facilitate UUV Recovery by a Submarine'']], [[<<]] Mae Seto, George Watt, Defence Research and Development Canada.

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A new component of MOOS-DAWG'13 is the introduction of an autonomy competition. We plan to make this event a recurring part of these workshops, altering the nature of the competition each year. Entries are purely software in nature, with initial competitions occurring solely in simulation. Top finishers may have their solutions run on MIT-provided marine vehicle hardware on the Charles River at MOOS-DAWG'13. All necessary simulation software and documentation are provided to allow as many participants from different backgrounds to participate. %color=#448822%No prior experience with MOOS or MOOS-IvP required! [[Competition.Overview | Click Here ]] to read more.
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A new component of MOOS-DAWG'13 is the introduction of an autonomy competition. We plan to make this event a recurring part of these workshops, altering the nature of the competition each year. Entries are purely software in nature, with initial competitions occurring solely in simulation. Top finishers may have their solutions run on MIT-provided marine vehicle hardware on the Charles River at MOOS-DAWG'13. All necessary simulation software and documentation are provided to allow as many participants from different backgrounds to participate. %color=#448822%No prior experience with MOOS or MOOS-IvP required!%% [[Competition.Overview | Click Here ]] to read more.
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!The Hazard Search Autonomy Challenge Problem

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!! %color=#ff7f00% Meeting Results


MOOS-DAWG'11 has come and gone! Many thanks to all who came and participated or just listened in. We grew a fair amount this year and look forward to next year's event. Your feedback and suggestions are still more than welcome. Below are links to the briefs from MOOS-DAWG'11 posted as they are sent from presenters. And some photos from the few days in Cambridge.

* [[Talk.Briefs | Briefs from MOOS-DAWG'11]]
* [[Site.Tutorials | Tutorials from MOOS-DAWG'11]]
* [[Path:/moos-dawg11/event_pix/album/index.html | Photos from MOOS-DAWG'11]]

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* [+ July 29th Barbecue on the eve of MOOS-DAWG'13 - Sponsored by [[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com | Bluefin Robotics]] +].
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!!!!A Summary of Topics:

* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Autonomy / Collaborative Autonomy]]%% (20)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Unmanned Surface Vehicles]]%% (4)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Unmanned Underwater Vehicles]]%% (21)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | MOOS-IvP]]%% (18)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | IvP Helm Behavior Development]]%% (7)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Acoustic Communications]]%% (7)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Mine Countermeasures]]%% (8)
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* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | The Ocean Server Iver2 UUV]]%% (2)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | The Ocean Observatories Initiative]]%% (2)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | High Fidelity Ocean/Autonomy Simulation]]%% (3)
* %color=#4444BB%[[Talk.ListingSorted | Other topics]]%%: Mission Planning / Configuration(3), Mission Control / Visualization(2), The Bluefin MUSCLE Vehicle(1), The Yellowfin UUV(1), Autonomy Middleware(1), The Goby Project(1), Ocean Modeling (2), Automatic Target Recognition(1), MOOS-Core (1), Plume Tracking (2), WHOI Acoustic Modem (2), Behavior Development with Matlab(1), EvoLogics Acoustic Modem(1), Image Compression(2), The Kingfisher USV (1)

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!! %color=#ff7f00% Meeting Results

MOOS-DAWG'11 has come and gone and many thanks to all came a participated or just listened in. We grew a fair amount this year and look forward to next year's event
. Your feedback and suggestions are still more than welcome. Below are links to the briefs from MOOS-DAWG'11 posted as they are sent from presenters. And some photos from the few days in Cambridge.

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* [+ July 18th Barbecue on the eve of MOOS-DAWG'11 - Sponsored by [[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com | Bluefin Robotics]] +]
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!! Important Dates
* Register by July 1st to receive a registration discount
* July 18th Barbecue on the eve of MOOS-DAWG'11 - Sponsored by [[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com | Bluefin Robotics]]
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* IvP Helm Behavior Development (7)
* Acoustic Communications
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* Mine Countermeasures (8)
* Anti-Submarine Warfare
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* The Ocean Explorer UUV (4)
* The Ocean Server Iver2 UUV (2)
* High Fidelity Ocean/Autonomy Simulation (3)

* Other topics:
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* Other topics: Mission Planning / Configuration(2), Mission Control / Visualization(2), The Bluefin MUSCLE Vehicle(1), The Yellowfin UUV(1), Autonomy Middleware(1), The Goby Project(1), Ocean Modeling (2), Automatic Target Recognition(1), Unmanned Ground Vehicles(1), MOOS-Core (1), Plume Tracking (1), WHOI Acoustic Modem (2), Behavior Development with Matlab(1), EvoLogics Acoustic Modem(1), Image Compression(1)
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* MOOS-Core (1)

* IvP Helm Behavior Development (7)
* Acoustic Communications (6)
* Mine Countermeasures (8)
* Anti-Submarine Warfare (5)
* WHOI Acoustic Modem (2)
* Image Compression (1)
* Behavior Development with Matlab (1)
* EvoLogics Acoustic Modem (1)
* The Ocean Explorer UUV (4)
* The Bluefin MUSCLE Vehicle (1)
* The Ocean Server Iver2 UUV (2)
* The Yellowfin UUV (1)
* Mission Planning / Configuration (2)
* Mission Control / Visualization (2)
* Autonomy Middleware (1)
* The Goby Project (1)
* Ocean Modeling (2)
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!! %color=#CC312A% New in 2011 - Best New MOOS App 2011 Competition%%

If you have a new MOOS application, consider submitting for consideration in this competition in either the '''Regular''' and '''Student''' category. [[BestApp|Read More]].

To qualify:
* Source code and documentation available under an open source license prior to July 8th, 2011.

Criteria for evaluation:
* Utility of the problem it addresses.
* Wideness in applicability to the user community.
* Quality of the documentation.



!!Meeting Objectives

Although the software distributed under the MOOS and MOOS-IvP websites are in the public domain, there are a number of individuals and groups that are doing interesting things building on the publicly available code. Often these field applications, development modules and tools, and
lessons-learned do not propagate beyond the host organization for whatever reason. This meeting aims to lower the bar for such information exchange by way of a friendly informal gathering.
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||! Time  ||!  ROOM 32-155 (Main Meeting Room) ||!  ROOM 32-144  (Side Room)||
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||! Time  ||!  ROOM 32-155 (Main Meeting Room) ||!  ROOM 32-144  (Side Room)||
|| 730-815  ||  Registration, Coffee ||||
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The 2011 Working Group Meeting for MOOS developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge
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The 2011 Working Group Meeting for MOOS developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge
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!! Preliminary List of Talks and Speakers:

There are currently 25 scheduled talks. Their titles and abstracts can be viewed [[Talks |here
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If you have a new MOOS application, consider submitting it

To qualify:
* Not publicly available prior to this March 1st 2011
* Source code and documentation publicly available under an open source license prior to July 8th, 2011

Criteria for evaluation:
* Utility of the problem it addresses
* Wideness in applicability to the user community.
* Quality of the documentation.

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!Welcome to MOOS-DAWG 2010 !!\\

The 2010 Working Group Meeting for MOOS developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge
Massachusetts, August 24-25th, on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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!!!! (Material posted as speakers send in their briefs - check back later if a brief is missing.)

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! %color=#4444BB% '''The MOOS-DAWG 2010 Agenda in PDF form: '''%% [[Path:/moos-dawg/moos-dawg-program.pdf | Click Here]]

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The barbecue, sponsored by [[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com | Bluefin Robotics]], has been moved indoors to the Forbes Cafe, in the Stata Center. This is the same site as the MOOS-DAWG meeting, at 32 Vassar Street, on the MIT campus. Same time, 6-8pm. See you there!

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The barbecue, sponsored by [[http://www.bluefinrobotics.com | Bluefin Robotics]], has been moved indoors to the Forbes Cafe, in the Stata Center. This is the same site as the MOOS-DAWG meeting, at 32 Vassar Street, on the MIT campus. Same time, 6-8pm. See you there!
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The barbecue, sponsored by [[www.bluefinrobotics.com|Bluefin Robotics]], has been moved indoors to the Forbes Cafe, in the Stata Center. This is the same site as the MOOS-DAWG meeting, at 32 Vassar Street, on the MIT campus. Same time, 6-8pm. See you there!
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The barbecue, sponsored by [[www.bluefinrobotics|Bluefin Robotics]], has been moved indoors to the Forbes Cafe, in the Stata Center. This is the same site as the MOOS-DAWG meeting, at 32 Vassar Street, on the MIT campus. Same time, 6-8pm. See you there!
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!Welcome to MOOS-DAWG 2010   Hi Joe !!\\
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* Fielded autonomous applications using MOOS
* Development of MOOS-based software applications
* Panel discussions on best-practices and roadmaps for improvement
* Tutorials
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* Fielded autonomous platforms using MOOS and/or MOOS-IvP.
* Development of MOOS-based software applications.
* Panel discussions on best-practices and roadmaps for improvement.
* Tutorials.
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The objectives of the MOOS-DAWG 2010 meeting are to bring people together who have experience or an interest in using MOOS middleware and its substantial set of applications, toward the advancement of unmanned autonomous systems. \\
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The objectives of the MOOS-DAWG 2010 meeting are to bring people together who have experience or an interest in using MOOS autonomy middleware and its substantial set of applications, toward the advancement of unmanned autonomous systems. \\
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Although the software distributed under the MOOS and MOOS-IvP websites are in the public domain, there are a number of individuals and groups that are doing interesting things building on the publicly available code. Whether it be the lack of time or lack of a mechanism for formal sharing or
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Although the software distributed under the MOOS and MOOS-IvP websites are in the public domain, there are a number of individuals and groups that are doing interesting things building on the publicly available code. Often these field applications, development modules and tools, and
lessons-learned do not propagate beyond the host organization for whatever reason. This meeting aims to lower the bar for such information exchange by way of a friendly informal gathering.
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!!Why Hold this Working Group Meeting?

Although the software distributed under the MOOS and MOOS-IvP websites are in the public domain, there are
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The objectives of the MOOS-DAWG 2010 meeting are to bring people together who have experience or an interest in using MOOS middleware and its substantial set of applications, toward the advancement of unmanned autonomous systems. \\
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* Development of MOOS-based software applications
* Panel discussions on best-practices and roadmaps for improvement
* Tutorials


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!!Objectives and Format

The objectives of the MOOS-DAWG 2010 meeting are to bring people together who have experience or an interest in using MOOS middleware and its substantial set of applications. 
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!!!!A Working Group meeting for Developers of MOOS-based software and \\

MOOS-IvP (pronounced "moose i-v-p") is a set of Open Source C++ modules for controlling the full operation of an autonomous marine vehicle. MOOS modules are distinct processes running on the vehicle's CPU, communicating via a single database process in a publish-subscribe manner. The IvP Helm is a single MOOS process dedicated to autonomy decision making composed of distinct vehicle behavior modules. The ability to simply and freely interchange and improve upon modules is a primary objective of the architecture. MOOS ``modules'' refer to MOOS processes and IvP ``modules'' refer to IvP Helm behaviors.\\

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'''MOOS''' stands for "Mission Oriented Operating Suite", and '''IvP''' stands for "Interval Programming".
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The 2010 Working Group Meeting for MOOS developers and practitioners will be held in Cambridge
Massachusetts, August 24-25th, on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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MOOS-IvP (pronounced "moose i-v-p") is a set of Open Source C++ modules for controlling the full operation of an autonomous marine vehicle. MOOS modules are distinct processes running on the vehicle's CPU, communicating via a single database process in a publish-subscribe manner. The IvP Helm is a single MOOS process dedicated to autonomy decision making composed of distinct vehicle behavior modules. The ability to simply and freely interchange and improve upon modules is a primary objective of the architecture. MOOS ``modules'' refer to MOOS processes and IvP ``modules'' refer to IvP Helm behaviors.
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MOOS-IvP (pronounced "moose i-v-p") is a set of Open Source C++ modules for controlling the full operation of an autonomous marine vehicle. MOOS modules are distinct processes running on the vehicle's CPU, communicating via a single database process in a publish-subscribe manner. The IvP Helm is a single MOOS process dedicated to autonomy decision making composed of distinct vehicle behavior modules. The ability to simply and freely interchange and improve upon modules is a primary objective of the architecture. MOOS ``modules'' refer to MOOS processes and IvP ``modules'' refer to IvP Helm behaviors.\\
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing
in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki
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!!Welcome to the MOOS-IvP Home Page

MOOS-IvP (pronounced "moose i-v-p") is a set of Open Source C++ modules for controlling the full operation of an autonomous marine vehicle. MOOS modules are distinct processes running on the vehicle's CPU, communicating via a single database process
in a publish-subscribe manner. The IvP Helm is a single MOOS process dedicated to autonomy decision making composed of distinct vehicle behavior modules. The ability to simply and freely interchange and improve upon modules is a primary objective of the architecture. MOOS ``modules'' refer to MOOS processes and IvP ``modules'' refer to IvP Helm behaviors.

MOOS stands for "Mission Oriented Operating Suite", and IvP stands for "Interval Programming"
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