Autonomous Platforms

Autonomous Platforms

27 Feb 2019, 09:45 - 11:15

Room 32AB
Language:
English

Advanced Autonomous Platforms provide a unique opportunity for efficient surveillance, monitoring and inspection in the marine environment.  In this session the roles of surface platform as hosts for unmanned aerial and underwater systems, next generation subsea telemetry for autonomous platform, and modularized systems for fast mobilization, in extending mission capabilities are presented.  

Chaired by:

  • Justin Manley, President, Just Innovation

Autonomous Offshore Asset Inspection System
Dr. Gaemus Collins, CTO, Planck Aerosystems

uROV - Next Generation IMR Platform
Neil Herbst, Program Manager, OneSubsea

Coordinated Surveillance Between Heterogeneous Unmanned Systems
Andrew Ziegwied, Government and Scientific Sales Manager, L3 ASV

DriX, Thinking Inside the Box
Guillaume Eudeline, Global Business Developer Ships & Drones, iXBlue

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Contributors

  • Justin Manley

    Chairperson

    President

    Just Innovation Inc.

    Justin Manley is an innovative technologist and executive with experience in startup, public corporation, academic, and public sectors. Mr. Manley is...

  • Gaemus Collins

    Speaker

    Chief Technology Officer

    Planck Aerosystems

    Dr. Gaemus Collins is an expert in unmanned system automation, optimization, and integration. Dr. Collins obtained a B.S. degree in Mathematics from...

  • Neil Herbst

    Speaker

    Program Manager

    OneSubsea

    Neil Herbst is Program Manager for Inspection Maintenance and Repair (IMR) Services with OneSubsea. In this role he oversees the strategic direction...

  • Andrew Ziegwied

    Speaker

    Government and Scientific Sales Manager

    L3 ASV

    Andrew Ziegwied is the Government and Scientific Sales Manager for L3 ASV. L3 ASV is the leading USV and autonomous vessel control systems supplier...

  • Guillaume Eudeline

    Speaker

    Global Business Developer Ships & Drones

    iXblue

    Guillaume Eudeline served for 17 years as a French Naval Officer, onboard several vessels ranging from Hydrographic Survey Vessel to Nuclear Aircraft...

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