ViCOROB rep la visita d’un equip d’investigadors del Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering

ViCOROB es consolida com un model a seguir a nivell internacional en l’àmbit de la robòtica i la visió submarina. Un equip d’investigadors coreans visiten Girona per a formar-se i aprendre de l’experiència a la Universitat de Girona.   El Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO) es va fundar l’any 1973 i és un dels desenvolupadors líder del seu país en tecnologia relacionada amb l’enginyeria oceànica. El seu objectiu és fer recerca aplicada per resoldre les necessitats del mercat nacional i internacional. Actualment, al KRISO es treballa en enginyeria naval (desenvolupament de vaixells), sistemes de control del…



From Wednesday 9th to Friday 18th of July, several MORPH European project experiments were held in Girona. Their goal was to prepare for the upcoming trials in the Azores islands next September. The Variable Geometry Range Only Navigation (VG-ROF) algorithm was tested with the IST Medusas, the UdG SparusII and Girona500, and the ATLAS SEACAT. The first three days were devoted to software integration, at CIRS facilities, to have everything ready for the trials carried out in Sant Feliu’s harbor. During the second week multiple missions with different vehicle configurations were tested. The main purpose was to grab images and…


SPARUS II AUV on their way to euRathlon competition

Last week we received the visit of the teams that are going to compete in euRathlon with our SPARUS II AUVs.   We had to say goodbye to our prototyes that are now being tested in their final destinations! Good luck and thanks to euRathlon team for trusting us!   More info about euRathlon: More info about SPARUS II AUV:


euRathlon competition offers SPARUS II AUV to its participants

euRathlon is a new outdoor robotics competition which invites teams to test the intelligence and autonomy of their robots in realistic mock emergency-response scenarios. Inspired by the 2011 Fukushima accident, the euRathlon competition will require a team of land, underwater and flying robots to work together to survey the scene, collect environmental data, and identify critical hazards. Leading up to this ‘grand challenge’ in 2015, will be directly related land and underwater robot competitions in 2013 and 2014, respectively. The euRathlon competitions will be supported by annual workshops for competitors. In parallel, there will be an open process of developing benchmarks to allow comparison of…