MCPLP

(Mill Creek Park Lakes Project) Robotics Video Survey .

CTEST LABORATORIES

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT    

COMPUTATIONAL Logic  &  Epistemology

Underwater robots can:


  1. Access areas that are impossible or difficult to access,

  2. Allow for more routine assessments/monitoring for longer

      periods of time,

  1. Be used to gather information about the physical

     characteristics of the body of water.

MCPLP will endeavor to  build and deploy low-cost, open-source underwater robots to perform a video survey of the bottom of Lakes Glacier, Cohasset, and Newport as well as perform water quality assessments (chemical and physical characteristics).  These convenient natural resources offer an excellent opportunity to explore and possibly innovate underwater robotic applications. We believe that an underwater video survey (using robots) of the bottom of these lakes has never been done before and will serve as a interesting and fun project for robot enthusiasts, students, and researchers in the area. The artifacts of this project will be accessible to the Northeast Ohio Community. Underwater robots can be used to monitor, perform or assist in performing water quality assessments. Underwater robots can be used to deploy sensor clusters or long term monitoring devices (like data loggers). 

  1. S.O.S.  DELORis  ROBOT

    (Sink Or Swim Deep Lake Observation

     Reconnaissance Information System)


  1. SAM & SIMON PROJECTS

    (Server Auditing and Monitoring &

     Sensitive Instrument  with Opportunistic

     Notification)


  1. MCPLP ROBOTICS VIDEO SURVEY

    (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project)

PROJECTS


  1. PROJECT ARCHIVES


  1. CAVE DRAWINGS

    (Cosmology of Artificial Intelligence

    Visualized Epistemically)

 

  1. AIM / AIR

     (Alternative Inference for Machines

    and Robots)