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Increasing autonomy within underwater intervention scenarios: The user interface approach

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The present work represents working progress for designing a Graphical User Interface (GUI) within an ongoing research project named RAUVI (e.g. Reconfigurable AUV for Intervention Missions). This GUI should help the user to identify the target using images compiled by the I-AUV through a previous survey stage. After that, the user is able to specify the most suitable intervention task selected among a set of predefined ones. Thus, a very intuitive and user-friendly interface has been designed, enabling a non qualified user to succeed in the specification of an intervention mission. Furthermore, some implementation details and their performance about different facilities integrated within this GUI to assist the user in the required specification of underwater intervention missions will be addressed.

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Systems Conference, 2010 4th Annual IEEE

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5-8 April 2010