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Design and Implementation of Sensor Modules Enabling Round-the-Clock Underwater Operations

Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 193)

Abstract

The legacy technologies of water quality measurement show the weakness that it manually or semi-automatically measures various water quality information at just only small parts of a large area. In this paper, we propose new water quality sensor apparatus which can consistently provide high resolution water quality data as well as attachable and PnP type deployable to underwater vehicles. The water quality sensor module, as a result of going through two water system tests in Han River and Gabchun and benchmarking with the commercial water quality meter, shows not only outstanding performance but also receives an official experimental achievement by the supervisor of the Korea Testing Laboratory.

Keywords

component sensor system robotic fish biomimetic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Intelligent Robot Control Research Team, Department of Robot/Cognitive Convergence SystemETRIDaejeonKorea

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