The Technical University of Munich (TUM), a SeaClear2.0 project partner, organized a captivating lab tour hosted by the Chair of Information-Oriented Control (ITR) for 80 Bachelor’s and Master’s students enrolled in the School of Computation, Information, and Technology.
Throughout the tour, SeaClear 2.0 researchers conducted engaging info sessions about the project, delving into the project’s relevance and unveiling the consortium’s invaluable contributions to the domains of autonomous vehicles and underwater vessels. As the tour unfolded, TUM proudly showcased the technical milestones achieved within the framework of the project, offering insights into innovative advancements and breakthroughs.
Following these informative presentations, an interactive discourse evolved, inviting students to explore a prototype of the collection ROV, a cutting-edge development by the project and placed within the lab.
This open discussion fostered an environment for exploration and inquiry, allowing participants to gain first-hand exposure to the tangible outcomes of SeaClear2.0 collaborative efforts.
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