polyU Hosts the First-of-its-kind Intercontinental Maritime Robotics Forum in HK
Experts talking for the Discussion board included Dr. Ravi VAIDYANATHAN, Senior Lecturer in Bio-Mechatronics, Director of International Collaboration, Imperial Robotics Discussion board, Imperial College London, United kingdom; Dr Ahmed CHEMORI, Senior Scientist in LIRMM-CNRS University of Montpellier, France; proessor Shuo LI, Deputy Director of Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences; and professor David M LANE, professor of Autonomous Systems Engineering, Director of Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, Heriot-Watt College, The University of Edinburgh.
They shared themes that coated bio-mechatronic sensory motor control, autonomous underwater cars, marine robotics for deep-sea exploration and procedure. The specialists exchanged valuable sights and activities on maritime robotics technologies.
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Dr Xing-jian JING, Affiliate professor of polyU's Division of Mechanical Engineering and also a seasoned researcher on bio-inspired dynamics, command and robotics, highlighted that, "Technologies connected to underwater exploration and manipulation as well as new bio-inspired underwater robots will be two essential regions to be explored in maritime robotics. These critical marine robotic technologies are important to ocean exploration and exploitation. Additionally they add enormously in environmental and pollution examine, vital underwater infrastructure inspection, all-natural useful resource exploration, and sensing and mapping of ocean for distinct responsibilities and missions".
professor Hau-chung Male, Dean on the School of Engineering, polyU, stated, "polyU is devoted to conducting impactful analysis and marketing information transfer. When we have been positioned in the coastal metropolis like Hong Kong, we could leverage our geographical edge as we conduct investigate on ocean exploration. Capitalising on our stable network with major scientists on the planet, we try to pioneer in acquiring maritime robotic systems and deliver world wide results".
polyU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ICL and SIA previous thirty day period respectively. The 2 MoUs boost the partnership concerning polyU and also the major analysis institutions of linked locations and firmly declare the intentions of advancing joint exploration, particularly during the regions of revolutionary robotics systems in relation to ocean exploration as well as ocean exploitation for scientific study and civilian apps.
Committed to supporting the HKSAR Government's InnoHK initiative in building Hong Kong since the hub for world wide study collaborations, polyU has submitted a proposal to the HKSAR Authorities under the AIR@InnoHK exploration cluster initiative for organising a world joint study centre with top-notch investigation institutes on marine robotics. polyU also programs to start a series of functions on this emerging investigation spot, concentrating on to examine and promote high affect maritime robotic apps in numerous industries, bringing intensive added benefits into the modern society.
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