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Inspection of submarine cable of over 400 km by AUV

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4 Author(s)
Asai, T. ; Kokusai Marine Eng. Corp., Tokyo, Japan ; Kojima, J. ; Asakawa, K. ; Iso, T.

Inspection of submarine cable of over 400 km was carried out by a latest autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) name AQUA EXPLORER 2 (AE2) in Taiwan Strait in the last summer. Because of the strong current in the Strait, AUV were expected as the most cost effective tool for inspection. AE2 measured cable burial depth and took pictures of the seafloor. This paper will describe the results of operation of AE2 in Taiwan Strait

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Underwater Technology, 2000. UT 00. Proceedings of the 2000 International Symposium on

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