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2021 IEEE International Workshop on METROLOGY FOR THE SEA, Reggio Calabria, Italy – October 4-6, 2021

Did you know that inland waters and wetlands cover 10% of earth’s surface? They are fundamental ecosystems that require sustainable and efficient monitoring and protection systems. Angelo Odetti and Massimo Caccia from CNR – INM will be hosting in the frame of #metrosea2021 (4-6 October 2021) a special session on UNMANNED SYSTEMS FOR WETLANDS AND …

SIOS’s Online Conference on “Earth Observation (EO), Remote Sensing (RS) and Geoinformation (GI) applications in Svalbard”, 4-5 June 2020

On Thursday June 4, 2020 Roberta Ferretti from CNR-INM hold a presentation entitled “Marine robotics for unmanned safe observation of tidewater glacier fronts: the CNR experience” during the SIOS’s Online Conference on “Earth Observation (EO),Remote Sensing (RS) and Geoinformation (GI) applications in Svalbard”.This was an occasion to show the CNR-INM experience in Svalbard and to …

UNIS, Longyearbyen (Svalbard), 13-17 January 2020

CNR-INM researchers Massimo Caccia, Roberta Ferretti and Angelo Odetti attended the Polar Night Week 2020 in Longyearbyen (Svalbard), organised by SIOS (Svalbard Integrated Arctic Earth Observing System), to discuss with the international scientific community the opportunities of exploitation of marine robotics technology for the study of air-sea-ice interface in the Svalbard area.

Sea Drone Tech Summit, Ostia, October 29-30, 2019

Massimo Caccia, presso il Polo Natatorio di Ostia, mercoledì 30 ottobre, 2ª sessione – “Droni navali di superficie”, ore 09.30, interviene su  Marine Robotics, machine learning and citizens engagement

Arctic Circle Assembly, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 10-13, 2019

On October 11th, Massimo Caccia (CNR-INM) attended the Session “BREAKING THE ICE: COOPERATION FOR SAFE AND RESPONSIBLE EXPLOITATION OF ARCTIC SEA ROUTES”, co-organised by the project ARICE at Arctic Circle 2019, Reykjavik, Iceland. Nicole Biebow, ARICE Project Coordinator, Head of International Cooperation Unit, Alfred Wegener Institute, presented: “Overview of ARICE and ARICE Project and EU …

Massimo Caccia talks about Marine robotics, learning from humans, and communication: the SWAMP example

Biograd na Moru, Croatia, October 2nd, 2019 Marine robotics, learning from humans, and communication: the SWAMP example


Marine robotics and ICT technologies for port water monitoring Presso il Genoa Port Center, Magazzini del Cotone, nell’ambito dell’European Maritime Day 2019 – EMD in my Country 2019, lo scorso 28 maggio Massimo Caccia, Senior Researcher presso INM di Genova ha presentato il progetto MATRAC – ACP, con un intervento sulla robotica marina e le …