Project

Drone and autonomous robotic vehicle navigation

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Companies / Organizations

Location

Greater Copenhagen area

We are an international company with an advanced technology office on the DTU Lyngby Campus. We develop state-of-the-art hybrid navigation systems for subsea marine robotic vehicles (Drones, AUVs, ROVs, ..), incorporating a host of advanced technologies. Our products are primarily used subsea: offshore energy, ocean science & biology, climate research and shallow water mine hunting.

See our tech being used on a manned submersible to scan the wrecks of a German submarine and a cargo ship from World-War II:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb3Hty4gWEQ

Our core technologies are shared with aerospace, automotive, land/air-drones and land-surveying.

We offer M.Sc. projects, with PhD potential, for students with strong analytic skills and a background in one or more of these fields:
  • Applied mathematics & statistics
  • Autonomous robotics and control
  • Signal processing
  • Imaging (computer vision, 3D point clouds and sensors)
  • Embedded systems and programming
  • Matlab and data processing
Topic ideas:
  • Advanced/applied Kalman filtering and sensor/data fusion
  • Compact low power MEMS inertial sensors
  • Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)
  • High-resolution LIDAR/laser/camera/sonar mapping
  • Efficient development of reliable systems, e.g. MATLAB Embedded coder
  • ...
Contact us for more topics.

Mikael B. Larsen, PhD, Principal Engineer/Scientist
Martin J. Jørgensen, PhD, Senior R&D Engineer

+45 3155 8571
mbl@sonardyne.com


PS. We recommend doing a special course (+5 ECTS) in advance of M.Sc. project (+30 ECTS).

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Company / Organization

Sonardyne Int. Ltd.

Name

Martin Juhl Jørgensen

Position

Senior R&D Engineer

Mail

martin.joergensen@sonardyne.com

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