The mission of the program is to develop in each participant the degree of technical competence that would allow the graduate to be employed as a remotely operated vehicle industrial/research career opportunities.
1. Be successful in understanding, formulating, analyzing and solving a variety of ROV problems.
2. Be successful in integrating hardware with software systems.
3. Have the ability to assume leadership and entrepreneurial positions
4. Successfully function and communicate effectively, both individually and in multi-disciplinary teams.
5. Understand the importance of lifelong learning, ethics and professional accountability.
Electric and Mechanical modeling of ROV (ROV-EDU-01)
- Introduction to electronics circuits.
- Introduction to Micro-controllers and Arduino
- Digital Inputs and Digital Outputs
- Motor on-off control using relays
- PCB design
- ROV Design basics.
Intensive Underwater dynamics and Mechanical Software design for ROV
- A review of ROV basics
- Material in water
- Structure Materials
- Building frames and Structure analysis
- Pressure Housings
- ROV Buoyancy
- ROV Maneuvering
- SolidWorks “Pressure analysis, Force analysis …”
- Introduction to CFD
Electronic and communication control for ROV
- Review on Arduino Basics
- Analog Inputs and Analog Outputs
- DC Motor Speed control
- Servo Motor Control
- Brushless Motor Control
- Communication protocols “Serial, SPI, I2C”
- Sensors and ROV applications
General assembly and piloting for ROV
- Power Systems and ROV tether calculations
- ROV electronic CAN water sealing
- Vehicle Control and Simulation
- Vehicle Design and Stability
- Cables and Connectors
- LARS and TMS
- Vehicle Sensors and Lighting
- Manipulators and Tooling
- Piloting of ROV