Abstract

In this paper, an optical fibre pressure sensor (OFPS) was designed and built for depth measurements in marine environment. The OFPS was mounted on a marine based Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and tested in a tank for accuracy, stability and resolution in an underwater environment.

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