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*[http://www.fao.org/docrep/field/003/ac287e/AC287E00.htm Handbook Seaweed Cultivation]
*[http://www.fao.org/docrep/field/003/ac287e/AC287E00.htm Handbook Seaweed Cultivation]
* Maritime Robotics [32C3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iouy-vnBYA8
* Maritime Robotics [32C3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iouy-vnBYA8
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* World map of sea-depth; [http://19thcenturyscience.org/HMSC/HMSC-Reports/1912-Murray/maps-600/m002-WorldDepths.jpg original image (slow commection)], [http://i.imgur.com/8ChchdM.jpg faster image].

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Contents

Seaweed farming

Group members

Preliminary brainstorm

Benefits

  • Enhances natural water ecosystem
    • Various types combats a monoculture
  • Cheaper and sustainable food supply
    • For livestock (veevoer)
      • Decreases the need for deforestation
    • For humans
  • Descreases the magnitude of waves
  • Reduces the CO2/ increases the O2 in the water
  • Zee is better than in a basin
    • Natural nutrition supply

Proposals

  • Floating robot
    • Solar panel
    • Lowering (anker-style) cutter
    • Hard to position,
      • Drifts
      • “Dijnst[dutch]”
  • Rover robot
    • Stable polypoid (crab-style)
    • Hard to cut above his head
  • Swimming robot
    • May become struck between the weed
    • Perfect mobility and can cut everywhere

Combination of multiple robot’s for every seafruit a suitable robot.


Mariculture

Maritime robotics

Robots for mariculture

Automation

Scaling

Sea farm design

Sea robot prototype

USE: stakeholders and benefits

  • Why? => Provide a feasible feedback
  • Users: Livestock farmers (veevoer), Foodbuyers
  • Enterprise: Seafarmers
  • Society: Reduces the shortage of food

Tasks

Logbook

Drive

USE Waterptret

Sources

Personal tools