Our uncrewed surface vessels are paving the way in monitoring ocean life, take a look at the full story as featured in the Spring issue of Eco Magazine. Click here to read the article.
An AutoNaut 5 m USV was deployed to acquire noise measurement data in proximity to a deepwater mobile offshore drilling unit (MODU). Data was recorded at a range of points from the offshore installation, including at a distance of 140 m in a close-pass manoeuvre. Noise Measurement Case Study
AutoNaut-5 as a communications hub to uncrewed underwater vehicles (Remus UUVs) for port security. Fitting in to ION’s MARLIN software for integrated mission planning. Installed with Hydroid acoustic modem and also for AIS -tracking, rapid environmental assessment (REA), relaying data via Iridium… more
Collecting data on ocean currents, with Nortek ADCP, in the mid Pacific around The Ocean Cleanup barrier “Wilson”, to better understand the movement of plastic at sea and help improve Wilson’s ability to capture it! Also fitted with wave and metocean sensors and cameras above and below the surface… more
Tracking fish for the Marine Biological Association and monitoring for dolphins and seabirds, as part of the National Oceanographic Centre’s MASSMO1 mission. Collecting data through Atlantic storms from cameras, PAM array and VEMCO trackers. Marine Life Monitoring Case Study>>
Providing meteorological data with the UK Met Office and Plymouth Marine Laboratory in the Western Channel Observatory, as a “mobile, unmoored MetBuoy”, for weather forecasting. Metocean Case Study>>