The Robodata project is establishing NPS data-collection capabilities for a wide variety of unmanned system experiments.
- NPS Robodata Project Overview slideset describes goals, design and execution (also .pdf).
- Check out MBARI's STOQS campaign list 2010-2016 to see impressive mission results.
- Interested in contributing mission data? Please see the Data Requirements and send us an email.
- Stay tuned: JIFX robodata archive is a work in progress. Current access to database visualizations is limited within NPS campus firewall.
Build a lasting foundation. NPS performs many experiments with unmanned systems, but few projects are able record results in a systematic reusable way. Utilizing open assets in a repeatable, sustainable way can build an institutional archive of worthy examples that is easy to adopt. Initial implementation efforts are establishing NPS data-collection capabilities for unmanned system experiments. Utilizing open assets in a repeatable, sustainable way can build an institutional archive of worthy examples that is easy to adopt.
Much future work is expected. Linking searchable experiment metadata from recorded archives with the Dudley Knox Library’s Calhoun institutional archive can ensure that results are discoverable and re-usable. A properly accessible system will providing regular support for course and thesis work by NPS students and faculty. A design-based approach can support NPS course and thesis work for students and faculty.
Here we go! Online at robodata.nps.edu -- all suggestions and comments welcome.
- 8-12 August 2016, Camp Roberts CA - complete
- 7-11 November 2016, Camp Roberts CA - complete
- 13-17 February 2017, Camp Roberts CA - limited
- 8-12 May 2017 (tentative), Camp Roberts CA
- 7-11 August 2017 (tentative), San Clemente Island CA
- Monthly meetings and activity announcements
- AUV Workbench Tutorial, 19 SEP 2016