Silvia Zingaretti

Silvia Zingaretti
Università Politecnica delle Marche | Università degli Studi di Ancona · Department of Information Engineering (DII)

Master of Engineering

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Introduction
Silvia Zingaretti currently works at the Department of Information Engineering (DII), Università Politecnica delle Marche. Silvia does research in Computer Engineering and Control Systems Engineering. Their most recent publication is 'Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) robotics techniques: a possible application in surgery'.

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Digital skills are becoming increasingly central to the educational policy of every country and educational systems are facing new challenges in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. All pupils should gain the knowledge, skills and competences they need, as they determine an individual’s chance to succeed in the future labour market and to h...
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Lab4Dive project aims to design, develop, and validate an innovative, marketable and competitive product for supporting underwater archaeologists in surveying, documenting and preserving the underwater cultural heritage. These activities could be improved considerably with the introduction of new technological devices and tools, helping underwater...
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Conservation and monitoring of marine systems and large-scale underwater data acquisition are too demanding for single researchers. The exploitation of citizen science and the development of new technology can significantly facilitate these action. In this work a novel system that allows scuba divers to collect data during their leisure activity is...
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Marine researchers need consistent historical and georeferenced data from the marine environment in order to constantly monitor the biological condition of the habitat or to document delicate archeological sites. To overcome the difficulties related to the acquisition of high quantity of worthy data and to the accurate estimation of the position, t...
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In the last decade, the underwater activities performed by archaeologists and biologists have benefited from scientific research on the guidance, control, and sensory systems of unmanned vehicles. In fact, because underwater sites of interest are often difficult for divers to access, the use of unmanned vehicle technology to conduct surveys could b...
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In order to obtain robust and measurable data from the marine environment, citizen science projects need user-friendly tools that, during dives, autonomously gather information in an easy, low-cost and integrated way. Data collected from different devices and by different untrained divers must have good estimation of the position where the informat...
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The use of versatile and multipurpose robotic systems in underwater sites constitutes a high-value technology, useful in the exploration, monitoring, and documentation of important archaeological findings or biological parameters. Intervention must always be nondestructive, noninvasive, and delicate; for this reason, it is important to develop tool...
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Intervention activities in underwater environments are of great importance in many areas, such as the exploration, monitoring and documentation of sea resources, historical treasures or industrial applications. The use of robotic systems and automatic procedures is becoming fundamental, since the work conditions for divers are risky and often unfea...

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