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Welcome to the MOOS-IvP Home Page


MOOS-IvP is a set of open source C++ modules for providing autonomy on robotic platforms, in particular autonomous marine vehicles.




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News:


  • (Nov 6, 2011) - MOOS-IvP on Bobcat at Robotic Range Clearance Competition. (more info).
  • (Oct 10, 2011) - BBC: The MOOS Core powers the Oxford Robotic Car. (link).
  • (Aug 28, 2011) - NUWC demos two Iver2 UUVs w/ MOOS-IvP at Talisman-Sabre. (more info).
  • (July 21, 2011) - azorobotics news article - MOOS-IvP on the Bluefin-9. (link).
  • (May 25, 2011) - MOOS-IvP ported and field tested on the Bluefin-9 UUV (more info).




Project Objectives and Philosophy:


  • Platform Independence: The MOOS-IvP software typically runs on a dedicated computer for autonomy and sensing in the vehicle "payload" section. (read more)

  • Module Independence: MOOS and the IvP Helm provide two architectures that enable the autonomy and sensing system to be built from distinct and independent modules. (read more)

  • Nested Capabilities: MOOS and IvP Helm architectures both allow a system to be extended without any modifying or recompiling the core, publicly available free software. (read more)




Project Organization:

The project is situated at MIT, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Center for Ocean Engineering as part of the Laboratory for Autonomous Marine Sensing Systems (LAMSS). Core developers are also part of the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, (CSAIL). Core MOOS software is maintained and distributed by the Oxford Mobile Robotics Group (MRG).




MOOS stands for "Mission Oriented Operating Suite". IvP stands for "Interval Programming". MOOS-IvP is pronounced "moose i-v-p".



Email Contact: "issues at moos-ivp.org"

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