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2016 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)
It is well-known that autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) missions are a challenging, high-risk robotics application. With many parallels to Mars rovers, AUV missions involve operating a vehicle in an inherently uncertain environment of which our prior knowledge is often sparse or low-resolution. The lack of an accurate prior, coupled with poor situational awareness and potentially significant sensor noise, presents substantial engineering challenges in navigation, localisation, statedoi:10.1109/auv.2016.7778685 fatcat:vjal5imw4zh4ref3wnbfn6cyti