Marine Perception

PROJECTS

The North Sea from space: Using explainable artificial intelligence to improve satellite observations of climate change
Change Event Based Sensor Sampling

The project aims to accelerate Natural Science research process through part automatization of execution of experimentation by AI powered Change Event based Sensor Sampling (ChESS), e.g. for systems…

ein agrarwirtschaftliches KI-Ökosystem

The Agri-Gaia project is creating an AI ecosystem for the agricultural and food industry based on Gaia-X. For this purpose, an innovative B2B platform is being realized that provides industry-specific…

NEW APPROACH TO UNDERWATER TECHNOLOGIES FOR INNOVATIVE, LOW-COST OCEAN OBSERVATION

The deep ocean, below 200 m water depth, and the open ocean environment above it, are largest habitats but least observed ones of our planet. These highly dynamic systems provide critical climate…

Aquatic plastic litter detection, classification and quantification in Vietnam

Plastic pollution has a variety of global impacts and is harmful against the environment, can damage the economy and enter the food chain. The economic damage caused by plastic pollution in Vietnam is…

Maritime Traffic Emissions: A monitoring network

Maritime ship traffic is globally increasing with 90% of the world trade being carried over the ocean. The emissions of the maritime traffic are a severe threat to the marine environment and coastal…

Maschinelles Lernen auf Multisensordaten der flugzeuggestützten Fernerkundung zur Bekämpfung von Plastikmüll in Meeren und Flüssen
Artificial intelligence records plastic pollution of rivers in Cambodia and Myanmar

Latest research results indicate that most of the plastic waste is transported via waterways of more than 100 km², making rivers to the main routes for plastic waste to the oceans. This has prompted…

Artificial intelligence records plastic pollution of rivers in the Philippines

The Philippines has the third highest rate of incorrectly disposed plastic waste in the world. The greater Manila area is severely affected by the increased risk of flooding and the accumulation of…

Comprehensive Perception and Dynamic Anchoring

“Robot, bring me my cordless screwdriver!”

This is a plausible command for a service robot, in a production environment as in a private home. Robots handling over a tool to a human have been…

Smart sensor technology helps to cut plastic waste in the oceans

Plastic waste in the world`s oceans poses a threat to the marine ecosystem and also to humans. This type of waste is by and large produced on land and reaches the sea via rivers. In particular Asia is…

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Office:
Monika Topp
Ursula Gerken
Phone: +49 421 17845 4711
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Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH (DFKI)
DFKI Laboratory Niedersachsen
Marine Perception
Marie-Curie-Straße 1
26129 Oldenburg
Germany

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz