LG SOUND BV Netherlands
LG Sound B.V. has over 10 years of experience as an international producer of ultrasonic algae and biofilm control products for many industries. In the course of the last decade, over 10.000 products have been successfully installed and over 70% of these installations are done through worldwide distributors.
ACSA is a high tech French company created in 1995. Its activity is focused on underwater acoustic positioning and robotics systems, and is split between off-the-shelf systems and on-demand R&D projects. ACSA started its robotic activity in the early 2000s with the design of the Surface Unmanned Vehicle named “Basil” and a few years later, ACSA decided to enter the underwater glider market with its “SeaExplorer”.
I3S laboratory (“Laboratoire d’Informatique, Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia-Antipolis”) is a leading French academic research unit with more than 115 academics including full time researchers from CNRS and INRIA. They have a long experience in the area of mobile field robotics, both aerial drones and underwater platforms, acquired through participation in several national and European research projects, and direct collaborations with industry.
SEPTENTRIO N.V. was founded in Belgium in 2000, as a privately held company for the development and production of high-end dual frequency Global Satellite Navigation Systems (GNSS) receivers. Septentrio is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), providing both the hardware and the software for high-end satellite navigation equipment for precise positioning, time and time-transfer applications, and attitude determination applications.
VITO is an independent research center in the Flemish region of Belgium, with nearly 600 personnel. VITO conducts customer oriented R&D and. one of their core competences is multi-disciplinary research collaboration, by combining technological, environmental and, increasingly important, economic insights. VITO has strong track record in delivering products and services to the Flemish Regional Government, the European Commission and Industry.
The University of Ljubljana (UL) is the biggest university in Slovenia. The Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering (UL FGG) will be part of DRONIC as UL member. The Institute of Sanitary Engineering (IZH) as a part of UL FGG is active in the fields of wastewater treatment, wastewater reuse, ecological engineering, aquaculture, toxicology, taxonomy and ecology of freshwater algae, algae control and modeling of all of the listed domains.
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