LONTalk as a Standard Protocol For Underwater Sensor Platforms
Smith, S. M.
Healey, A. J.
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Four research groups, the Autosub group at Southampton Oceanography Centre, The Center for Ocean Technology in the Marine Science Dept. at USF, the Advanced Marine Systems Group in Ocean Engineering Dept. at FAU, and the AUV group in the Mechanical Engineering Dept. at NPS, have all adopted the LONTalk protocol as a control and sensor bus for connecting sensor and actuator systems in their respective autonomous underwater vehicle and oceanographic sensor systems.
Proceedings IEEE, Oceans 97, Halifax, Oct. 1997 IEEE CD-ROM 0-7803-4111-2
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