Category: ARL Announcements

ROMANIS featured in The Straits Times

The sea may seem a picture of calm, but that belies what lies beneath. Beneath a backdrop of rolling waves, the crackle of coral and chitter of fish are among a myriad of sounds made by one of the world’s noisiest environments.


Water chemistry assessment via sample
collection has always been a labour-intensive
exercise with many inherent physical
limitations. The information collected is usually
discrete in nature, with limited spatial extent
that may not provide a detailed representation
of the three-dimensional (3-D) water bodies.

ARL underwater communication technology featured in Wired magazine

How can submarines get online? Mandar Chitre has the answer. “We have all this wonderful wireless technology — why not bring it underwater?” says Chitre, a researcher of underwater communications at the National University of Singapore, and a technical advisor to Subnero, a Singapore-based sub-aquatic internet firm.