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Investigation into the lack of communication from the timed release data pods from the MYRTLE-X Lander deployed at EBHi in 2015: Decision Tree Analysis

Investigation into the lack of communication from the timed release data pods from the MYRTLE-X Lander deployed at EBHi in 2015: Decision Tree Analysis
Investigation into the lack of communication from the timed release data pods from the MYRTLE-X Lander deployed at EBHi in 2015: Decision Tree Analysis
MYRTLE-X is a deep ocean instrument platform design and developed by the National Oceanography Centre. This system comprises a number of innovative components, which will enable transformation of the way ocean observation data are obtained. MYRTLE-X was deployed as part of the RAPID telemetry system on the 29th of October 2015, as part of the RAPID array programme. The system comprised an acoustic link from a mooring to a nearby lander frame, which had eight pods. Seven of the pods were expected to be released at a pre-defined time during the 18-month deployment of the RAPID array. Following release to the surface, the pods were expected to transfer data to the on-shore station. The first three releases were scheduled for January, March and June 2016 but no communication has been received from any of these pods.
This report presents the results of the decision tree analysis into the possible root causes for the lack of communication from the MYRTLE-X pods. The investigation meeting took place on June 8th, 2016
Southampton Business School, Risk Research Centre
Brito, Mario
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Brito, Mario
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Brito, Mario (2016) Investigation into the lack of communication from the timed release data pods from the MYRTLE-X Lander deployed at EBHi in 2015: Decision Tree Analysis Southampton Business School, Risk Research Centre 11pp.

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Abstract

MYRTLE-X is a deep ocean instrument platform design and developed by the National Oceanography Centre. This system comprises a number of innovative components, which will enable transformation of the way ocean observation data are obtained. MYRTLE-X was deployed as part of the RAPID telemetry system on the 29th of October 2015, as part of the RAPID array programme. The system comprised an acoustic link from a mooring to a nearby lander frame, which had eight pods. Seven of the pods were expected to be released at a pre-defined time during the 18-month deployment of the RAPID array. Following release to the surface, the pods were expected to transfer data to the on-shore station. The first three releases were scheduled for January, March and June 2016 but no communication has been received from any of these pods.
This report presents the results of the decision tree analysis into the possible root causes for the lack of communication from the MYRTLE-X pods. The investigation meeting took place on June 8th, 2016

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Accepted/In Press date: 17 July 2016
Organisations: Centre of Excellence in Decision, Analytics & Risk Research

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/405380
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Date deposited: 03 Feb 2017 10:31
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:24

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