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USF ROV Project. Adam Palermo , Brian Hansen Gino Gonzalez http ://usfrovproject.wordpress.com /. Preliminary Design Review (PDR) December 5, 2013 EEL 4906 Professional Issues and Engineering Design I. Introduction.

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Usf rov project

USF ROV Project

Adam Palermo, Brian Hansen

Gino Gonzalez

http://usfrovproject.wordpress.com/

Preliminary Design Review (PDR)

December 5, 2013

EEL 4906 Professional Issues and Engineering Design I


Introduction

Introduction

  • The ROV is designed to be a cheap and reliable tethered shallow water exploration vessel

  • Unit will contain a manipulator to grab small objects and a camera for navigation

  • Unit will sell for under $1,500

Projected ROV project

$1,500.00

JW SeaLion 2 $28,995.00


Design approach

Design Approach


Design approach1

Design Approach

  • MATLAB Simulink for custom electronics

  • Propulsion through modified bilge pump/propeller

  • GUI developed in Microsoft Visual Studio

  • Tethered P/S, ground, video & RS-422

    • characteristic impedance considerations

  • Commercially available

    microprocessor (Amtel, Intel)

    • respective software

      development suite


Action items

Action Items

To Prepare for CDR

  • Secure project funding

  • Review and draft intellectual rights & credits policies

  • Research, recruit talent, & development mechanical/software specifications


Timeline

Timeline


Summary

Summary

  • Cheap & accessible - $1,500

  • Powered by 12V DC source (battery/generator)

  • Connects to PC supplied by user

  • Has manipulator to retrieve small objects

  • Water exploration < 50 feet

  • Fresh or saltwater

  • LED auxiliary lighting

  • Numerous user applications


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