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This article is from the Robotics FAQ, by Kevin Dowling nivek@cs.cmu.edu with numerous contributions by others.

15 Videos (Robotics)

[new section - looking for additional material]

"MIT Press" MIT Press has a number of companion videos - Legged Robots
That Balance and others. See Publications for address etc.

"Video Proceedings from UUST 93"
UUST is the 8th International Symposium on Unmanned Untethered
Submersible Technology September 27-29, 1993. It was held at the
Marine Systems Engineering Lab, University of New Hampshire, Durham,
New Hampshire USA

The video proceedings are now available for $35 US for VHS (NTSC)
format and $50 US for PAL format. The video is being made publicly
available on a non-profit basis. Printed abstracts and points of
contacts are included in a pamphlet with each video. The program is
available eclectronically via anonymous ftp to
[45]file://taurus.cs.nps.navy.mil/pub/auv/uust93_video_proceedings.ps.
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You may order this video (or printed conference proceedings) by
sending a check or money order to:

Autonomous Undersea Systems Institute (AUSI)
8 Earle Drive
Lee, New Hampshire 03824 USA
(603) 862-4600

postscript copy: [46]ftp://taurus.cs.nps.navy.mil/pub/auv/

Video Contents:
01:20 AUVs for Scientific Research in Hazardous Conditions
07:15 A Versatile Testbed: The "Twin-Burger"
13:55 ARPA/Navy Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV)
31:30 Summary of MBARI/Stanford ARL Joint Underwater Robotics Research
Program
43:05 Development of an Aquatic Walking Robot for Underwater
Inspection: "AQUAROBOT"
47:30 Naval Postgraduate School Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
50:15 The Rational Behavior Model (RBM) Software Architecture
57:25 Mobile Undersea Systems Test (MUST) Laboratory
1:02:10 The Advanced Unmanned Search System (AUSS)
1:11:20 credits

 

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