It is worth knowing that there are two types of aircraft within the AVAL system. The closer objects being detected is provided by a wired hexacopter, while the more remote ones can be recognized using a vertical takeoff and landing drone without tethers.
On 16th and 17th August 2018 representatives of the Białystok University of Technology: Daniel Ołdziej of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Wojciech Walendziuk from UpLogic spin-off company of Bialystok University of Technology checked the AVAL system components in real conditions. The research was carried out on the MF Wolin ferry of the Unity Line […]
On 2nd August 2018, on the Bialystok University of Technology, Daniel Ołdziej tested one of the key components of the AVAL system – a multi-rotor helicopter.
In 2018, we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the International Maritime Organization, a specialised organisation of the United Nations system.
On April 20 2018, the first polygonal tests of AVAL Image Processing System took place at the airport in Krywlany, managed by Aeroklub Podlaski.
CEO Sup4Nav Mr. Piotr Wołejsza in the meeting of the Working Group on National Intelligent Specialization No. 17
We have summarized research results of the first half year of the AVAL project.
The AVAL consortium had an oportunity to present the project during cycling workshops dedicated to ship maneuvering. The tradition of workshops dates back to the early nineties. In subsequent years maneuvering workshops transferred into a cyclical international conference organized under the name HYDMAN. The project presentation aroused considerable interest among participants representing universities and marine […]
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/