French version here.
Four out of five prototype boat-detecting sensing nodes use a pair microwave motion sensors to monitor two adjacent berths continuously. When a vessel is parked, the sensor, mounted on the floating dock facing the body of the vessel, detects the relative motion between the dock and the vessel. There is…
The boat-detecting sensors are ready! They are being tested at Inria-Paris, and will be deployed at the Cap d’Agde by the end of the August.
On July 6th and 7th, Ziran and Thomas were at UCL attending invited IOT workshop. Ziran presented the SmartMarina project during the workshop and identified a potential collaborator to test a vision-based vessel identification system.
Ziran attended Bretagne regional conference at St-Malo, targeting collaboration and innovation in marine envionment.
Le Cap d’Agde – Une 1er Mondiale pour la SODEAL, Herault Tribune, 21 June 2017
Cap d’Agde : Une puce innovante pour gérer le port de plaisance, TV Sud, aired 20 June 2017
1ère mondiale au Cap d’Agde, des capteurs détectent les entrées les sorties de bateaux, Atout Nautic, 20 June 2017
Le port du Cap d’Agde connecté, une première mondiale, France Bleu, 20 June 2017
The SmartMarina project is featured in the June 2017 edition of the Marine & Oceans magazine!
A new Doppler radar movement sensor is being tested in a marina similar to Cap d’ Agde. The new sensor, mounted below the catwalk, can detect even the slightest movement of the boat with respect to the sensor.