While building their solution for the Aegean Ro-Boat Races this summer, the student team of the Department of Product & Systems Design Engineering, are experimenting with the positioning and functionality of the boat thrusters. The selected positioning should offer the maximum velocity, while also having the minimum negative impact on the balance and offer the necessary maneuverability of the vessel.
Students from the Department of Product & Systems Design Engineering and members of the Smart MOVE Lab in Syros are working on the design and development of their prototype autonomous boat, which will compete in the Aegean Ro-Boat Races this summer. The boat is being built completely from scratch!
Workshop on Marine Technology. Disseminating research results and discussing open challenges.
Dimitris Zissis will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd IEEE Intl. Maritime Big Data Workshop (MBDW 2022) collocated with the 23rd IEEE Intl. Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM 2022) June 6, 2022, Paphos, Cyprus. Talk Abstract: The analysis of trajectories created by moving objects (such as ships, cars and planes) exhibits unique challenges, while […]
Members of the Lab are part of the Blue Research and Innovation Days Hackathon. Find out more at https://blueinnovation2021.athenarc.gr/hackathon.html
Springer has released the book “Guide to Maritime Informatics” edited by members of our Lab. This book provides an overview of the main technological innovations which are having a disruptive effect on the maritime industry. It is a unique volume formalising a body of knowledge for the emerging field of maritime informatics. Overall, it examines […]