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The research group Systems, Robotics and Vision at the UIB develops a midget submarine called FUGU

Información actualizada el 2 October 2012

The Palma Aquarium facilities have hosted the public presentation of the FUGU midget submarine, an autonomous vehicle developed entirely by the research group Systems, Robotics and Vision of the Universitat de les Illes Balears. FUGU, equipped with the latest technological advances in underwater vision, is designed for locating and retrieving submerged objects. Ampliar +

 

A researcher develops a method for reconstructing highly accurate 3D objects without texture

Información actualizada el 27 September 2012

Sergio Fernández, a researcher from VICOROB, has outlined a method that is able to work in mobile environments. This advance is especially important in the field of medicine and, in particular, human body scanners where it is difficult to ensure that patients remain in fixed positions.

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Robots with the best features of human memory

Información actualizada el 27 September 2012

Autonomous mobile robots must interact with many factors in order to being able to use the information obtained to make correct decisions, so that they can accomplish the tasks they are assigned. Bladimir Bacca, a researcher in the VICOROB group at the University of Girona, has described an innovative method to help robots move in a changing environment.

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Campus e-MTA celebrates World Tourism Day at the UIB with a public open day

Información actualizada el 24 September 2012

The Euro-Mediterranean Tourism and Water Campus (Campus e-MTA), Campus of International Excellence coordinated by the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) and the University of Girona (Girona), together with the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), celebrates World Tourism Day with a public event that will take place at the UIB on Thursday, September 27, from 9 to 11 AM in the auditorium of the Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos building at the university campus in Palma. The United Nations has designated September 27 as World Tourism Day.

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An IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB) study notes that artificial underwater structures stimulate jellyfish proliferation

Información actualizada el 24 September 2012

Jellyfish polyps proliferate in underwater surfaces created by man, as revealed by an international investigation led by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). On these surfaces, such as ports, oil platforms, aquaculture farms and tourist installations, up to 100,000 polyps per square meter are detected. These have a major ability to produce jellyfish.

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