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  • Alternative.traducció automática de codi font per entorns mòbils i embedded

     López Rubio, Juan
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  • Premi 'hackaton' de Nokia

     López Rubio, Juan; Albala Diaz, Alejandro; Bajet Mena, Marc Antoni; Perez Fernandez, Santiago
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    Jellyfish monitoring on coastlines using remote pilotes aircraft  Open access

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Fuentes, Javier A.; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Royo Chic, Pablo; Olariaga, Alejandro D.; López Rubio, Juan; Fuentes, Verónica L.; Gili, Jose Maria; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
    International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment
    Presentation's date: 2013-04-24
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    In the last 10 years the number of jellyfish shoals that reach the swimming area of the Mediterranean Sea are increasing constantly. The term ¿Jellyfish¿ refers to animals from different taxonomic groups but the Scyphomedusae are within the most significant one. Four species of Scyphomedusae are the most conspicuous ones inhabiting the studied area, the Barcelona metropolitan area. Jellyfish are usually found at the surface waters, forming big swarms. This feature makes possible to detect them remotely, using a visual camera and image processing algorithms. In this paper we present the characteristics of a remote piloted aircraft capable to perform monitoring flights during the whole summer season. The requirements of the aircraft are to be easy to operate, to be able to flight at low altitude (100 m) following the buoy line (200 m from the beach line) and to be save for other users of the seaside. The remote piloted aircraft will carry a vision system and a processing board able to obtain useful information on real-time.

    In the last 10 years the number of jellyfish shoals that reach the swimming area of the Mediterranean Sea are increasing constantly. The term “Jellyfish” refers to animals from different taxonomic groups but the Scyphomedusae are within the most significant one. Four species of Scyphomedusae are the most conspicuous ones inhabiting the studied area, the Barcelona metropolitan area. Jellyfish are usually found at the surface waters, forming big swarms. This feature makes possible to detect them remotely, using a visual camera and image processing algorithms. In this paper we present the characteristics of a remote piloted aircraft capable to perform monitoring flights during the whole summer season. The requirements of the aircraft are to be easy to operate, to be able to flight at low altitude (100 m) following the buoy line (200 m from the beach line) and to be save for other users of the seaside. The remote piloted aircraft will carry a vision system and a processing board able to obtain useful information on real-time.

  • Architecture for a helicopter-based unmanned aerial systems wildfire surveillance system

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Salamí San Juan, Esther
    Geocarto international
    Date of publication: 2011-04
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  • Autopilot abstraction and standardization for seamless integration of Unmanned Aircraft System applications

     Royo Chic, Pablo; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Lema, Juan
    Journal of aerospace computing, information, and communication
    Date of publication: 2011-08
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  • Next generation services in future Internet

     Palacín, Manuel; Rillo Moral, Francesc Iu; Oller Arcas, Antonio; López Rubio, Juan; Rodriguez, Daniel; Rivas, David; Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel
    Date of publication: 2011-04-01
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  • Generación automática de capas interoperables de realidad aumentada para dispositivos móviles (CLOUD ARM)

     López Rubio, Juan; Rincon Rivera, David; Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel
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  • INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS, OPERATIONS AND AVIONICS FOR ROBUST (UN)MANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Valero Garcia, Miguel; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
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  • Mart XXI o de com anar de la secundària a la universitat passant per Mart

     Almansa Lagunas, Clara; Blay Carreras, Estel; Casas Carbonell, Montserrat; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Gutierrez Cabello, Jorge Luis; Jove Casulleras, Roger; Lopez Codina, Daniel; López Rubio, Juan; Loren Aguilar, Pablo; Marando, Graciela; Monfort Peligero, Lluís; Nebra, Norbert; Pera, Francesc; Portell Canal, Xavier; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Sagardoy, Juli; Sánchez, Álex
    Date: 2011-11-22
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  • Service Oriented Architecture for Embedded (Avionics) Applications

     López Rubio, Juan
    Defense's date: 2011-03-18
    Department of Computer Architecture, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    UAS architecture for forest fire remote sensing  Open access

     Royo Chic, Pablo; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Solé, M.; Lema Rosas, Juan Manuel; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina
    International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment
    Presentation's date: 2011-04-10
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    This paper presents the hardware/software architecture of the Sky-Eye UAS prototype. In particular it details the hardware of the prototype, its operational concept and the software avionics architecture. The software architecture is named UAS Service Abstraction Layer (USAL) and consists on the set of standard services required for most UAS missions. The USAL is a distributed architecture which follows the publish / subscribe communication paradigm, allowing fast development of new functionalities. We describe the USAL services required to properly manage the remote sensing mission of hot spot detection. This includes the sensor management, data storage, communications, image processing, flight plan management and mission management.

  • Sky eye: an helicopter-based UAS for hotspot monitoring

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Royo Chic, Pablo; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Salamí San Juan, Esther; López Rubio, Juan
    AUVSI's Unmanned Systems
    Presentation's date: 2011-08-18
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  • Wildfire Monitoring Using a Mixed Air-Ground Mobile Network

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Meseguer Pallares, Roque; López Rubio, Juan; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Royo Chic, Pablo
    IEEE pervasive computing
    Date of publication: 2010
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    Helicopter-based wildfire monitoring system software architecture  Open access

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Solé Simó, Marc; López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo; Barrado Muxí, Cristina
    IEEE Aerospace Conference
    Presentation's date: 2010-03-06
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    This work introduces a flexible and reusable architecture designed to facilitate the development of remote sensing applications. Based on it, we are developing a helicopter system, called Red-Eye, devoted to the detection, control and analysis of wild land forest fires in the Mediterranean area. The design of the proposed system is composed of five main components. Each component will work collaboratively to constitute a platform of high added value. The general architecture designed for wildfire monitoring is being tailored for two relevant objectives within the particular Mediterranean scenario: tactical day/night fire front evolution, and post-fire hot-spot detection. The generalized integration of monitoring vehicles with the operation of other aerial resources (attack helicopter and airplanes) is an unsolved problem, both technically and methodologically. However, the operation of a monitoring helicopter during certain very well identified phases of the extinction process in highly plausible. High-level strategic monitoring is possible because no-conflicts will appear due to different flight levels; however, low-level tactical monitoring is a source of potentially dangerous in-flight traffic conflicts. In addition to monitoring the fire front evolution, detection of remaining post-fire hot-spots located at the perimeter of fire is the main application that has been foreseen. Just after a fire front is contained or even during the days following the fire extinction, the monitoring tasks have to be maintained because of the danger of fire reactivation. The cost of monitoring with ground teams or aerial means it is very expensive and consumes resources needed in other fronts or possibly concurrent fires. However, a helicopter equipped with thermal cameras, can flight over the area and generate a map of hot spots with higher precision at a smaller cost. It is crucial in this application that the hot spots are reported immediately to avoid having ground brigades wai- - ting for data for too long. Also, it is important to feedback the information in such a way it can be effectively consumed, not forcing ground brigades to walk around the forest without a clear operational scheme. Based on a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) a heliborne hot-spot detection system is being developed. This paper describes the global architecture of the system, including the air segment, the ground control segment, and the interface with the squads operating on the fire area, etc. We also demonstrate how the available pre-defined modules in the SOA architecture have been reused to design this particular application, the additional subsystems required to implement specific hot-spot mission requirements, and the overall system / end-user interface.

  • On the design of a UAS flight plan monitoring and edition system

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina
    IEEE Aerospace Conference
    Presentation's date: 2010-03-06
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    This paper addresses various aspects of the design and development of the pilot interface for the exploitation of highly advanced flight plan capabilities specifically designed for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). This flight plan capabilities are built on top a flexible and reusable hardware/software architecture designed to facilitate the development of UAS-based applications. This flexibility is organized into an user-parameterizable UAS Service Abstraction Layer (USAL). The USAL defines a collection of standard services are their interrelations as a basic starting point for further development by UAS users. Previous research presented the advanced flying capabilities of a UAS as an extension of the Flight Control System (FCS) functionalities. Assuming a UAS with a FCS that ensures safe and stable maneuvers, we complement it with a highly capable flight plan management system. USAL flight plan is characterized by offering semantically much richer constructs than those present in most current UAS autopilots, which rely on simple lists of waypoints. This list of waypoints approach has several important limitations: it is difficult to specify complex trajectories and it does not support constructs such as conditional forks or iterations, small changes may imply having to deal with a considerable amount of waypoints and it provides no mechanism for adapting to mission time circumstances. To address these issues a new flight plan specification mechanism is proposed, that incorporates a leg concept extended to accommodate higher level constructs for specifying iterations and forks. Additional leg types, referred to as parametric leg, are also introduced. The trajectory defined by a parametric leg is automatically generated as a function of mission variables, enabling dynamic behavior and providing a very valuable means for adapting the flight to the mission evolution. Another level of adaption is provided by the conditions governing the decision-making in intersection le- - gs and the finalization of iterative legs. In this work we will focus on the development of the pilot interface for the exploitation of the introduced flight plan capabilities. The interface design requirements address an increase level of automated operation and support to react to unexpected requirements due to mission changes. Therefore, this interaction includes the available mechanisms to update the flight-plan according to UAS mission requirements, skip parts of it, react to operational contingencies, etc.

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    DRM Solution NG. Sim-based OMA DRM v2.0 Services over IMS  Open access

     López Rubio, Juan; Guardiola, Borja
    EURESCOM mess@ge
    Date of publication: 2009-09
    Journal article

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  • An open architecture for the integration of UAV civil applications

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard
    Date of publication: 2009-01-01
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  • Increasing eu security through the development of unmanned aerial

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
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  • Programa Platino

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
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  • Proposta AEROSEC Call Security (Novembre 2009)

     López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Royo Chic, Pablo; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
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  • Projecte mima: valorización tecnológica sistema de mission management per uas

     Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
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    Red-Eye: A Helicopter-Based Architecture for Tactical Wildfire Monitoring Strategies  Open access

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Batlle, Josep Mª
    IEEE Aerospace Conference
    Presentation's date: 2009-03-09
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    This work introduces a flexible and reusable architecture designed to facilitate the development of remote sensing applications. Based on it, we are developing a helicopter system, called Red-Eye, devoted to the detection, control and analysis of wild land forest fires in the Mediterranean area. The design of the proposed system is composed of five main components. Each component will work collaboratively to constitute a platform of high added value. The general architecture designed for wildfire monitoring is being tailored for two relevant objectives within the particular Mediterranean scenario: tactical day/night fire front evolution, and post-fire hot-spot detection.

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    An architecture for the seamless integration of UAS remote sensing missions  Open access

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Prats Menéndez, Xavier
    AIAA Unmanned Unlimited Conference
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    Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) are slowing becoming e cient platforms that can be applied in scienti c/commercial remote sensing applications. UAS may o er interesting bene ts in terms of cost, exibility, endurance, etc. On the other side, the complexity of developing a full UAS-system is currently limiting its practical application. Currently, only large organizations like NASA or NOAA have enough budget and infrastructure to develop such applications. Nowadays, UAS technology o ers feasible technical solutions for airframes, ight control, communications, and a wide set of multi-spectrum sensors. However, the generalized development of remote sensing applications are still limited by the absence of systems that support the development of the actual UAS sensing mission. This paper introduces a exible and reusable hardware/software architecture designed to facilitate the development of UAS-based remote sensing applications. This exibility is organized into an user-parameterizable UAS Service Abstraction Layer (USAL). The USAL de nes a collection of standard services are their interrelations as a basic starting point for further development by users. Functionalities like enhanced ight-plans, a mission control engine, data storage, communications management, etc. are o ered. Additional services can be included according to requirements but all existing services and inter-service communication infrastructure can be exploited and tailored to speci c needs. The overall USAL architecture is demonstrated by means of a wild land re remote sensing application currently being developed to support re ghters in the Mediterranean area.

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    Escritorios remotos en máquinas virtuales aplicados en grandes corporaciones  Open access

     Josep, Puyal; Oller Arcas, Antonio; López Rubio, Juan; Fanning, Chris; Minerva, Flaminio; Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel
    Red Iris : boletín de la red nacional de I+D, RedIris
    Date of publication: 2009-04
    Journal article

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    Applying marea middleware to UAS communications  Open access

     López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
    AIAA Infotech@Aerospace Conference
    Presentation's date: 2009-04-06
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    Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are increasing their communication subsystems complexity as they are using several data links both for redundancy and for tacking with different communication requirements: different ranges, bandwidth, power consumption or cost. Inside the airframe a similar tendency with respect to communications is appearing. Modern digital avionics are mainly implemented as distributed computing architectures. This work describes Marea, a middleware specifically designed to fulfill UAS communications and their application to the design of complex distributed UAS avionics.

  • Service oriented fast prototyping environment for UAS missions

     Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Tristancho Martinez, Joshua; Lema, Juan; López, Borja; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
    AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
    Presentation's date: 2009-01-06
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    This paper introduces a simulation architecture to evaluate the implementation of a va- riety of civil UAS missions with little recon guration time and overhead. This architecture, called Icarus Simulation Integrated Scenario (ISIS), is capable of simulating the behavior of the UAS from the mission point of view, but also is able to include additional aerial/ground vehicles. Additionally, the mutual interaction between vehicles and the interaction with their surrounding environment is modeled. The objective of ISIS is to minimize both the development e ort and risk, as well as to provide a feasible migration of the software from the testbed platform to the real ight platform. The UAS simulator is designed as a distributed simulation architecture in which vehicles and environment are modeled through specialized pieces of software. A service-oriented communication middleware provides the underlying infrastructure to easily implement the inter-vehicle coordination and even the coordination with third party applications providing additional simulated vehicles or simulated environment. A UAS-based forest re monitor- ing application is selected to describe the ISIS capabilities to coordinate the simulation of a multi-vehicle cooperative environment developing a complex mission.

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    An architecture for the development of complex UAS missions  Open access

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard
    AUVSI's Unmanned Systems Europe
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    The generalized development of UAS complex applications are still limited by the absence of systems that support the implementation of the actual mission. UAS design faces the development of specific systems to control their desired flight-profile, sensor activation/configuration along the flight, data storage and eventually its transmission to the ground control. All this elements may delay and increase the risk and cost of the project. This paper introduces a flexible and reusable hardware/software architecture designed to facilitate the development of UAS-based complex applications. This flexibility is organized into a user-parameterizable UAS service abstraction layer (USAL). The USAL defines a collection of standard services are their interrelations as a basic starting point for further development by users. Functionalities like enhanced flight-plans, a mission control engine, data storage, communications management, etc. are offered. Additional services can be included according to requirements but all existing services and inter-service communication infrastructure can be exploited and tailored to specific needs. This approach reduces development times and risks, but at the same time gives the user higher levels of flexibility and permits the development of more ambitious applications.

  • Modular Avionics for Seamless Reconfigurable UAS Missions

     López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
    27th Digital Avionics Systems Conference
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  • Smooth UAV: Evaluation and new strategies for the smooth integration of civil mission oriented UAV in non-segregated airspace

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther; Perez Batlle, Marcos
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    Flexible electrical manager service for UAS applications development  Open access

     Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina
    27th Digital Avionics Systems Conference
    Presentation's date: 2008-10
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    Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) are becoming viable aerial platforms for civil oriented monitoring applications. However, in most cases the selected UAS platforms are ad-hoc vehicles which include highly heterogeneous avionics. Avionics on-board may be COSTS modules that have highly different non-standard power requirements. Additionally, the available power sources in these UAS may be fairly limited or even restricted to battery units. This paper introduces the ELectrical Manager Service (ELMS), an on-board system in charge of offering a flexible power supply architecture that supports minimal reconfiguration overhead for a wide variety of UAS missions. The ELMS Service is designed to offer a continuous monitoring of the state of the power network, and a coherent and controlled response in front of power supply contingencies. The ELMS will monitor the batteries and generator status, the power consumption of the avionics and other systems, manage the connection/disconnections of systems, and provide power availability estimations. The ELMS Service is part of an architecture designed to facilitate the execution of UAS civil missions, the USAL. The USAL is built as a set of cooperating services in a purely distributed and scalable architecture with a middleware that manages inter-service communications.

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    Service abstraction layer for UAV flexible application development  Open access

     Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique
    46th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (2008)
    Presentation's date: 2008-01
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    An Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) is an uninhabited airplane, piloted by embed- ded avionics and supervised by an operator on ground. Unmanned Aerial Systems were designed to operate in dangerous situations, like military missions. With the avionics tech- nological evolution, Unmanned Aerial Systems also become a valid option for commercial applications, specially for dull and tedious surveillance applications. Cost considerations will also deviate some mission done today with conventional aircrafts to Unmanned Aerial Systems. In order to build economically viable UAS solutions, the same platform should be able to implement a variety of missions with little reconfiguration time and overhead. This paper describes a software abstraction layer for a Unmanned Aerial System distributed architecture. The proposed abstraction layer allows the easy and fast design of missions and solves in a cost-effective way the reusability of the system. The distributed architecture of the Unmanned Aerial System is service oriented. Func- tional units are implemented as independent services that interact each other using commu- nication primitives in a network centric approach. The paper presents a set of predefined services useful for reconfigurable civil missions and the directives for their communication.

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    Mission aware fligth planning for unmanned aerial systems  Open access

     Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Royo Chic, Pablo; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; López Rubio, Juan; Prats Menéndez, Xavier
    AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference and Exhibit
    Presentation's date: 2008-08-31
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  • P2P Multipoint Conference System using SIP

     Rios, A; Gonzalez, A; Oller Arcas, Antonio; López Rubio, Juan; Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel
    The Fifth International Working Conference on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Networks
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  • Hybrid Fixed-Mobile P2P Super-Distribution

     Rodríguez, D; López Rubio, Juan; Oller Arcas, Antonio; Ríos, A; Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel; Minerva, F
    NEM Summit 2008:Towards Future Internet
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    Flight dispatching for unmanned aerial vehicles  Open access

     Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan
    AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference and Exhibit
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    BAETULO XXI, o de com arribar a Mart des de la secundària  Open access

     Ayza, Assumpta; Berenguer Sau, Jordi; Carnerero Lopez, Sheila; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Lopez Codina, Daniel; López Rubio, Juan; Loren Aguilar, Pablo; Melo Vera, Maria Jesús; Monfort Peligero, Lluís; Pijuan, Caterina; Portell Canal, Xavier; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Serrano Porta, Lydia
    Congrés d'Enginyeria i Cultura Catalana
    Presentation's date: 2008-12-05
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  • Middleware-based architecture for low-cost UAVs

     López Rubio, Juan
    IEEE distributed systems online
    Date of publication: 2007-08
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  • UAV payload and mission control hardware/software architecture

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo
    IEEE aerospace and electronic systems magazine
    Date of publication: 2007-06
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  • DRMSOLUTION NG

     Alcober Segura, Jesus Angel; López Rubio, Juan; Oller Arcas, Antonio; Gonzalez Cela, Alberto Jose
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  • A Middleware architecture for Unmanned Aircraft Avionics

     López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard
    8th International Middleware Conference 2007
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  • Intelligent Communications and Avionics for Robust Unmanned (Aerial) Systems (ICARUS)

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Solé Simó, Marc; Peña Basurto, Marco Antonio
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  • AUTOMATIC ECONOMIC RECONFIGURABLE UAV SYSTEM

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan; Ramírez Alcantara, Jorge; Delgado Muñoz, Luis; Salamí San Juan, Esther
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  • Increasing UAV capabilities through autopilot anf flight plan abstraction

     Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Prats Menéndez, Xavier
    IEEE/AIAA 26th Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) 2007
    Presentation's date: 2007-10-21
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  • Project SKY-EYE: applying UAVs to forest fire fligther support and monitoring

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Prats Menéndez, Xavier
    Unmanned Vehicle Systems International UAV 2007 Conference
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  • 26th Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) - Student Best Paper

     Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Prats Menéndez, Xavier
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  • Participation of the UAVs Spanish Technology in European consortiums

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Barrado Muxí, Cristina; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; López Rubio, Juan
    Participation in a competitive project

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  • SKY-EYE: sistema embarcado para la detección, control y análisis en tiempo real de incendios forestales

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; Prats Menéndez, Xavier; Royo Chic, Pablo; López Rubio, Juan; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Barrado Muxí, Cristina
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    A hardware/software architecture for UAV payload and mission control  Open access

     Pastor Llorens, Enrique; López Rubio, Juan; Royo Chic, Pablo
    Digital Avionics Systems Conference
    Presentation's date: 2006-10-17
    Presentation of work at congresses

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    This paper presents an embedded hardware/software architecture specially designed to be applied on mini/micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). An UAV is low-cost non-piloted airplane designed to operate in D-cube (Dangerous- Dirty-Dull) situations [8]. Many types of UAVs exist today; however with the advent of UAV's civil applications, the class of mini/micro UAVs is emerging as a valid option in a commercial scenario. This type of UAV shares limitations with most computer embedded systems: limited space, limited power resources, increasing computation requirements, complexity of the applications, time to market requirements, etc. UAVs are automatically piloted by an embedded system named “Flight Control System”. Many of those systems are commercially available today, however no commercial system exists nowadays that provides support to the actual mission that the UAV should perform.This paper introduces a hardware/software architecture specially designed to operate as a flexible payload and mission controller in a mini/micro UAV. Given that the missions UAVs can carry on justify their existence, we believe that specific payload and mission controller s for UAV should be developed. Our architectonic proposal for them orbits around four key elements: a LAN based distributed and scalable hardware architecture, a service/subscription based software architecture and an abstraction communication layer.

  • Experiencias docentes con el sistema NIOS

     López Rubio, Juan
    FPGAS: COMPUTACION & APLICACIONES
    Presentation's date: 2004-09-13
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  • .NET as platform for embedded systems

     López Rubio, Juan
    FPGAS: COMPUTACION & APLICACIONES
    Presentation's date: 2004-09-13
    Presentation of work at congresses

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