Bremen, Germany
Bremen, Germany

Atlas Elektronik GmbH is a naval/marine electronics and systems business based in Bremen, Germany. It is involved in the development of integrated sonar systems for submarines and heavyweight torpedoes. The company was a subsidiary of BAE Systems until December 2005 when it was sold to ThyssenKrupp and EADS. Wikipedia.


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Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-04-12

The invention relates to a method for establishing an underwater map, said method having the following steps: a) establishing three-dimensional sonar data by means of a first sonar, b) establishing underwater parameters using the established three-dimensional sonar data, and c) adapting an initial underwater map in particular using initial underwater parameters and a correction algorithm which uses the established underwater parameters, such that a new underwater map is obtained.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-02-08

The invention relates to a radio signal sequence, in particular having an HF or UHF carrier frequency, for distributing information in a data link system by using a first frame and a second frame, wherein the first frame having a first bit sequence is assigned to a first time slot and the second frame having a second bit sequence is assigned to a second time slot, wherein a chronological sequence of the first frame and of the second frame or of the first bit sequence or of the second bit sequence is defined on the basis of a sensor result.


The invention relates to a mockup with an optical transmission path, which optically connects the optical entrance to the optical exit, wherein an optical attenuator is arranged in the optical transmission path, wherein an optical condition of the transmission path is adjusted by means of the optical attenuator so that an optical transmission behavior of a wound optical fiber is simulated. The invention also relates to a mockup system, underwater vessel and/or sinker, a transfer mechanism, and a vessel, together with a training method with a mockup, which is deployed in an underwater vessel and/or in a sinker.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-06-07

The invention relates to a fiber optic cable for transmitting optical signals, comprising an optically transparent core (103), in particular a glass core, a traction-resistant protective screen (105) and a first plug (106) in which the transparent core is guided in a defined manner such that the optical signals can be coupled to a plug counter piece. The first plug comprises a container (112) cast with a casting product (108, 110). Said casting product is mechanically coupled to the protective screen such that a traction force exerted on to the fiber optic cable can be mechanically transmitted to the first plug.


The invention relates to a mock-up (207) with an optical transmission path (104, 204) which optically connects the optical input to the optical output, wherein an optical damping element (206) is arranged in the optical transmission path, wherein an optical condition of the transmission path is set by means of the optical damping element in such a way that an optical transmission behavior of a coiled optical wave guide is simulated. The invention further relates to a mock-up system, underwater vehicle and/or lowering device, a reeling device, a vehicle, and a training method comprising a mock-up which is used in an underwater vehicle and/or in a lowering device.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-06-21

The invention relates to a launching device (101) for an unmanned submarine vehicle, in particular for an autonomous submarine vehicle or for a vehicle that is operated in a remote-controlled manner, having a launching tube (105) which has an inner wall (107) and an outlet (271), and the unmanned submarine vehicle located in the launching tube, wherein the unmanned submarine vehicle has a vehicle shell with vehicle-shell inhomogeneity (133, 135, 137, 143, 145), such that ejection of the unmanned submarine vehicle causes different contact loads between the vehicle shell and the inner wall, wherein the unmanned submarine vehicle has a detachable compensating form (160) which is configured such that the vehicle-shell inhomogeneity is compensated and so a combination (201) of the unmanned submarine vehicle and the detachable compensating form results in a substantially regular contact load between the combination and the inner wall when the combination is ejected.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-04-12

The invention relates to a display screen, in particular a touch screen, comprising a dedicated computer, a display axis, and a range axis having a range lower limit, a range upper limit, and a first zoom range having a first zoom upper limit and a first zoom lower limit. The range axis and the display axis form an enclosed display area, and in particular, are orthogonally arranged relative to one another, and in particular, a functional relationship can be displayed in the display area. The invention is characterized in that the first zoom range can be displayed with an activatable first zoom axis, wherein the first zoom axis is arranged parallel to the range axis such that with an activated first zoom axis, in particular the functional relationship with respect to the first zoom axis is displayed.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-02-08

The invention relates to a sensor head for an underwater vehicle comprising a sample chamber, a light source associated with the sample chamber, and a spectrometer associated with said sample chamber, as well as an associated optical system, such that a spectrum, particularly a Raman spectrum and/or IR spectrum of a sample, can be determined in the sample chamber, said sample chamber having a supply device which comprises a sample-collection element and a sample feed.


Patent
Atlas Elektronik GmbH | Date: 2017-03-29

The invention concerns a device for displaying a virtual reality, the device comprising a gesture-recognition unit for detecting a hand movement as well as a display unit, the display unit depicting a representation of the hand and comprising a virtual operating element which can be actuated by the hand using the representation of the hand, the display unit making available, in particular, additional virtual operating elements which can be selected by the hand using the representation of the hand.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: MC-ITN | Phase: FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN | Award Amount: 3.61M | Year: 2014

The Robocademy ITN will establish a European training and research network to develop key skills and enabling technologies in underwater robotics for the scientific and economic exploration of the oceans (e.g. offshore oilfield of the future). Through the close collaboration of leading research institutes, academia, industry, and SMEs in robotics, marine technology, marine science, and offshore industry, Robocademy will provide first-class training and research opportunities for ESRs. In well-defined and well-tutored PhD research projects, the Robocademy fellows will push the state-of-the-art in the area of robust, reliable and autonomous underwater robots. Specialized scientific training modules will enable the fellows to obtain both a sound basis in robotics and an introduction to topics that are specific to their research areas. This will be complemented by a high-quality soft-skills training programme for and the opportunity to gain extensive on-site hands-on experience through secondments to maritime industry and oceanographic research institutes. Thus Robocademy will foster the formation of young professionals that are able to meet the urgent demand for highly-qualified researchers and engineers in the growing field of underwater systems and robotics. For the European industry and scientific community, such specialists are crucial gain ground against competitors from North America and Asia. For the ESRs, the Robocademy training will open up excellent career opportunities in both academia and industry.

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