The next project meeting took place at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering – Bialystok University of Technology. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss integrated solutions of two main components of the AVAL technology: drones and autonomous ships.
The AVAL technology prototype will be tested on ships on the scale 1:25, before we start testing at sea. That is why AVAL project developers met in Ship Handling Research and Training Centre at Ilawa, which is owned by the Foundation for Safety of Navigation and Environment Protection: http://www.ilawashiphandling.com.pl/
The first meeting of AVAL consortium took place at Bialystok University of Technology. Welcome speech was done by Vice-rector of Science prof. Andrzej Sikorski, Dean of Computer Science Faculty prof. Marek Krętowski and Dean of Mechanical Engineering Faculty prof. Andrzej Seweryn. After that, Project Manager, dr Jolanta Koszelew introduced other partners: Ship Handling Research and […]
We have a pleasure to announce, that our application for research grant was positively verified by the National Centre for Research and Development. AVAL – Autonomous Vessel with Air Look, is the project led by Bialystok University of Technology, with partnership of : Foundation for Safety of Navigation and Environment Protection UpLogic sp. z o.o. […]