Last May we conducted the first experiment of the program. Purpose was to create a dataset of underwater sounds and respective surface images, that would be used to develop and test our algorithms. Various kinds of equipment were used, from RIBs, Sailboats up to underwater ROVs and gliders. You can take a taste of the process on how the experiment was conducted and at the same time hear the respective underwater sounds.
In May 2020, we presented a compact heterogeneous computing embedded platform.
The platform is based on a coldfire Microcontroller and a Spartan6 LX9 device all put on a two layer board. Simple and effective. We also demonstrated two of the prototype systems live showing the configuration of the FPGA from the microcontroller and then the seamless register mapping into the microcontroller memory space.
Last Friday (2020-05-15) in the 7th ICT handshake organized by University Of Nicosia we presented technologies that will be used for the Mari-Sense project. In this presentation we explained the function and design process of embedded systems and how these will be used to enhance processing at the edge (in Greek).