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Monitoring real time hydrodynamic changes from coastal platforms
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Monitoring real time hydrodynamic changes from coastal platforms

Supporting marine renewable energy (MRE) research with live data from buoy networks
The nearshore and offshore regions running from the shallow coastal shelf to the intertidal zone are dramatic, tempestuous and extremely complex environments that offer the potential to reliably provide vast amounts of renewable energy to most coastal countries in one form or another. In order to be able to harnes…

USBL Positioning and Data - How SeaTrac Works?
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USBL Positioning and Data - How SeaTrac Works?

SeaTrac beacons use robust spread-spectrum acoustic communications and the latest advances in low-cost high-speed signal processing to deviler outstanding performance in a small form factor.

The Necessity of VTOL UAVs and the Desire for High Wind Resistance
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The Necessity of VTOL UAVs and the Desire for High Wind Resistance

Meet Marlyn, the go-anywhere mapping solution made by surveyors, for surveyors

Bathymetric Survey and Acoustic Backscatter - California
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Bathymetric Survey and Acoustic Backscatter - California

In 2010 and 2011, scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center (PCMSC), acquired bathymetry and acoustic-backscatter data from the outer shelf region of the eastern Santa Barbara Channel, California. These surveys were conducted in cooperation with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). BOEM is interested in maps of hard-bottom substrates, par…

Miros Sensors: Automatic Calibration for Immediate Access to Ocean Surface Data
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Miros Sensors: Automatic Calibration for Immediate Access to Ocean Surface Data

Miros sensors calibrate automatically, without the need for any reference equipment. This means there’s no waiting around. Simply connect to power and the Internet in order to gain immediate access to real-time ocean surface data, anytime, anywhere and on any device.