Software Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics Intern - Secure underwater communications streams for robotic subsea inspection (6 months)
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In the context of robotic underwater inspection using AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles), we have developed a high-speed acoustic underwater communication link able to stream high value subsea measurements to the user at surface (Lidar, Sonar HD Video). To operate the equipment safely in non-cooperative environment, this internship will explore the problematic of securing the streams by integrating data-encryption and authentication between the AUV, the surface vessel and the cloud server.
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