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International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Listing Institution Major Topics Vehicles University of Aberdeen Ocean Research Lab Scotland Alfred Wegener Institute Deepsea Research Bremerhaven, Germany Autonomous landers and acoustics Autonomous landers Autonomous Undersea Systems Institute Environmental monitoring, AUVs Marine Systems Engineering Laboratory generic behaviors, and Lee, New Hampshire control Australian National University Robotics Systems Laboratory Canberra Aberdeen University Deep Ocean Submersible Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) payload modules Underwater exploration Kambara and observation Bluefin Robotics Corp. AUVs Odyssey 1, Odyssey 11 B. Odyssey 111, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Seasquirt C & C Technologies, Inc. Lafayette, Louisiana AUVs and survey services Hugin 3000 Instituto Automazione Navale Control, navigation, and Romeo andAramis Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche manipulation Robot Lab Genova, Italy Technical University of Denmark Department of Automation Lyngby, Denmark Sonar for underwater Martin inspection Instituto Superior Tecnico Installations, long range Caravela, Marine Utility Vehicle Dynamical Systems and Ocean Robotics missions, exploration, and System, and Sirene Laboratory control Lisbon, Portugal continued 209

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210 Institution APPENDIX F Major Topics Vehicles University of Florida Machine Intelligence Laboratory Gainesville Florida Atlantic University Advanced Marine Systems Laboratory Boca Raton Hafmynd Ltd. Reykjavik, Iceland AUVs for competitions SubjuGator AUVs Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution AUVs Ocean Engineering and Production Division Fort Pierce, Florida Ocean Voyager II, Ocean Explorer, and Bottom Classification and Albedo Package Gavia Ocean Voyager University of Hawaii Navigation, search, and Omni-Directional Intelligent Autonomous Systems Laboratory recognition Navigator Honolulu Heriot-Watt University Ocean Systems Laboratory Edinburgh, Scotland Hyland Underwater Vehicles Edinburgh, Scotland French Institute of Research and Exploration of the Seas Data Processing Systems Tou Ion International Submarine Engineering Ltd. Port Coquitlam, Vancouver, Canada Japan Marine Science and Technology Center Marine Technology Department Yokosuka KDD Marine Engineering Laboratory Tokyo, Japan Vision, sonar, manipulation, simulation, acoustics, electromagnetic and optical communication, positioning, navigation, and sampling Simple, small, proof-of-concept AUV Control and navigation and control architectures Cable laying, autonomy, and communications Long distance inertial navigation Vision, cable tracking, and communications Autonomous Light Intervention Vehicle, Aramis, and Rauver MicroSeeker Open and Reconfigurable Vehicle for Experimental Techniques Autonomous Remotely Controlled Submersible, Dee p Ocea n Log 9 i n 9 Platform with Hydrographic Instrumentation and Navigation, Theseus, and Aurora Long distance AUV Aqua Explorer 2 and Aqua Explorer 1000

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APPENDIX F Institution Major Topics Vehicles 2 1 1 KISS Institute for Practical Robotics Norman, Oklahoma University of Louisiana Apparel Computer Integrated Man ufacturing Center Lafayette Maridan Horsholm, Denmark Massachusetts Institute of Technology AUV Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sea Grant Cambridge Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Moss Landing, California John C. Stennis Space Center Naval Oceanographic Office AUV Program . . . . M'ss~ss~pp' Naval Postgraduate School Center for AUV Research Monterey, California National Research Council of Canada Institute for Marine Dynamics Ottawa, Ontario Memorial University of Newfoundland Ocean Engineering Research Centre St. John's, Canada Norwegian Underwater Intervention Bergen, Norway University of Port Laboratory of Systems and Subaqueous Technology Portugal Dinky Robot in Pool Autonomous vehicle for Phantom S2 underwater exploration Design and manufacturing Maridan of AUVs Small, high performance Odyssey 11 B. Composite vehicles; nonacoustic sensors; Endoskeleton Testbed energy management; docking; adaptive sampling; multiple vehicle operations; coastal modeling; object mapping; and under-ice, autonomous ocean sampling AUVs Untethered Underwater Vehicle System, and Altex Dorado Seahorse Shallow water applications Phoenix Canadian Self-Contained Off-the-shelf Underwater Testbed (C-SCOUT) C-SCOUT C-SCOUT C-SCOUT Route and area surveys, Hugin search, and logging Autonomous and remote vehicles and control Isurus and remote operated vehicles continued

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212 Institution APPENDIX F Major Topics Vehicles Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Marine Technology Problems Moscow Scripps Institution of Oceanography La Jolla, California Sias Patterson Incorporated Gloucester Point, Virginia Simon Fraser University Underwater Research Laboratory Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada Southampton Oceanography Centre Ocean Engineering Division United Kingdom University of Southampton Image, Speech, and Intelligent Systems Highfield, United Kingdom University of South Florida Center for Ocean Technology St. Petersburg Stanford University Aerospace Robotics Laboratory California University of Sydney Australian Centre for Field Robotics Texas A&M University AUV Laboratory College Station Tokai University Kato Underwater Robotics Lab Shizuoka, Japan University of Tokyo Ura Lab Japan Solar powered AUVs Passive synthetic aperture sonar; quiet propulsion, gravity, seafloor deformation (1 cm), m u Itibeam, chirp sonar AUVs Bluefin Odyssey II B and Bluefin 21 Fetch2 U nderwater acoustics, Purl and Purl II light-seeking AUVs, and autonomous sampling Autonomous sampling and Autosub long-range missions Neptune Sensors (optical, chemical, and acoustical) and seafloor classification Dynamics, control, high-level command-interface, and autonomy Position and attitude estimation and control Control, docking, and cable inspection Autonomy, learning, long-range operations, and gliding vehicles Bottom Classification and Albedo Package Ocean Tech nology Testbed for Engineering Research Oberon Aqua Explorer 2 and Aqua Explorer 1000 R1 (long-range autonomous operation), Albac, Twin-Burger 2, and Manta-Ceresia

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APPENDIX F Institution Major Topics Vehicles 213 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Long-term seafloor Autonomous Benthic Explorer, Deep Submergence Laboratory monitoring, All kinds of Jason/Medea, and Remus Massach usetts marine operations SOURCE: modified from Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., 2002

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