Articles, news, interviews, blog posts and other external sources of information that refers to UNEXUP.
(in Portuguese) “UX-1Neo: Um dos submarinos mais avançados do mundo nasceu no INESC TEC”
The portuguese “SAPO” – media content and services provider – created a blog post to talk about the development of UX-1Neo by the partner INESC TEC. This news item also provides an overview of the context of UNEXUP, the technological developments of the robotic platform, and a few words about the first field mission – at Urgeiriça Mine, Portugal.
“INESC TEC tested one of the most advanced underwater robots in the world“
Our partner INESCTEC – technology developers – used their News section of the website to talk about the UNEXUP project. The post refers to the project as a whole, its context, the objectives and technological development of the robotic platform, and also the first field mission that took place in Urgeiriça Mine, in Portugal, starting on May 27.
“UX1-NEO: Our most recent robot“
Our partner INESCTEC – technology developers – made a post on their Instagram introducing the UX-1Neo robot, with some pictures of it during lab tests at INESCTEC facilities. In addition, the post emphasizes the importance of surveying flooded mines, and how this innovative robotic solution was build to address this challenge.
“State of the art UX-1Neo underwater mine surveying robot ready for work“
International Mining (IM) published a News post on their website about the development of UX-1Neo, sharing its main characteristics and geoscientific instrumentation. In addition, it mentioned its current availability to conduct field work in flooded mines and other underwater environments. “International Mining (IM) is a global publication covering mining and minerals processing technology, methods, equipment and services.”
“UX-1Neo robot by UNEXUP is ready to survey underground flooded mines“
EIT RawMaterials made a publication on their website advertising the most recent UNEXUP Press Release – about the novel UX-1Neo robot, which was that was published earlier this month. In addition, you can check the 3-minute promo video about the project.
“EIT RawMaterials’ Call for pilots: uncover your flooded mine with UNEXUP project”.
The European Institute of Innovation & Technology have posted on their website the ongoing “Call for Pilots” campaign that is being implemented on UNEXUP social media channels. This campaign has the purpose to invite potential users of the technology to get in contact with the consortium to discuss the opportunities that the project is offering.
(In Hungarian) “UNEXMIN, UNEXUP – autonomous diving robots can detect water-flooded mines, coordinated by University of Miskolc“.
The Project Coordinator, Norbert Zajzon, was interviewed by NOVUM – a Hungarian TV channel. It was broadcasted on 17th of May, on M5 TV channel. The interview is now available online on http://novumtv.hu/adasaink
UNEXUP and UNEXMIN are mentioned from (18:48) in the video.
“EIT RawMaterials-supported project is scaling up with commercialisation prospects“
The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) published a “News” post about UNEXUP on their website. The post covers information found on the March 2020 Press Release, such as the relationship with the predecessor project – UNEXMIN; objectives; additional robot that will be developed; commercialization of the technology; and the consortium partners that are working on the project.
“UNEXUP – Upscaling of UNEXMIN: An Autonomous Underwater Explorer for Flooded Mines”
The EIT RawMaterials, funding consortium of the UNEXUP project, has published a news post about the project. It refers to our first Press Release – available on the Downloads page – which covers information about the project’s objectives, background, ambitious targets, technological challenges, overall strategy, as well as the contact persons.
(In Hungarian). “Csúcstechnológia a semmi közepén (High technology in the middle of nowhere)“
An interview published by Babinszki Edit on Tudás.hu website. The UNEXUP researchers Máté Koba and Zoltán Papp Richárd talked about the project’s objectives, challenges and technological developments of the UX-1 robotic platform.