San Diego, CA

About Me:

I'm interested in Oceanography, Aerospace, and Robotics.

Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest

Got involved with UAVs & ROVs while reading about AUVs. Current project is converting an ROV for the AUVSI RoboSub Competition.


San Diego

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Nick Cantrell replied to Nick Cantrell's discussion MOOS-IvP & Janus vs. JAUS & Micro-Modem, DSP, SDRs, and Mesh networking
"Found some more good oceanography links.

Matlab based Hydrophone data analysis tool:
Example of a broad-band (10 Hz – 100 kHz) hydrophone:

Jan 1, 2013
Nick Cantrell left a comment for Robert Foley
"You may get a kick out of this project:

Reminds me of a more disposable variation tested by the US Navy:http://www.gizmag.com/cicada-gliding-uav-sensors/20749/"
Dec 10, 2012
Nick Cantrell replied to Antonius Lourenço Kasbergen's discussion Is there a software to count cattle?
"Can you color or tag the animals with markings to assist the CV process?"
Nov 27, 2012
Nick Cantrell commented on Jamie Ahmed's blog post Let's talk about Inertial Dead Reckoning!
The above blog is dedicated to inertial navigation, and the specific link is to a post describing a novel approach to these problems of drift.

Most of my efforts towards improving dead reckoning have been in pursuit of…"
Nov 14, 2012
Nick Cantrell posted a discussion
Nov 7, 2012
Nick Cantrell replied to Yaniv Eliash's discussion Communication
Open Acoustic-modem protocol. Sample code in Matlab & C."
Nov 7, 2012
Nick Cantrell commented on Nathan Rae's blog post Like Water Off A Duck's (or Pigeon's) Back!
"I've had good luck with paraffin wax & silicone RTV as well. Paraffin wax can be made less brittle by "alloying" it with a small amount of mineral oil(IE: ~1 part Mineral oil per 100 parts paraffin).
I've been told that automotive silicone RTV…"
Nov 18, 2011
Nick Cantrell commented on Tommy Neubauer's blog post Books on Autonomous Robotics
Apr 20, 2011