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New Technology from Innovasea Lets Researchers Retrieve Fish Tracking Data from Shore Using an AUV

By Innovasea. BOSTON – Innovasea, a global leader in technologically advanced aquatic solutions for aquaculture and fish tracking, today announced groundbreaking new technology that will enable fish researchers to retrieve their field data from shore. The technological breakthrough comes in the form of a new module for Teledyne’s G3 Gliders that allows the autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs)

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Underwater robots help Great Lakes scientists collect data during pandemic

By Sarah Scheili University of Windsor. While COVID restrictions have made scientific fieldwork in the Great Lakes difficult, researchers at the University of Windsor have continued to gather vital data using an underwater robot. Researchers at the Real-Time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network (RAEON) have worked with partner institutions in the United States to deploy an

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Sensors to Gauge Rising water Levels

Windsor Star – July 15, 2019 UWindsor researchers are helping the Town of LaSalle deal with flooding by installing high-tech equipment along the Detroit River shoreline to monitor water levels and wave action. Solar-powered sensors were installed Wednesday near UWindsor’s Freshwater Restoration Ecology Centre adjacent to Gil Maure Park. Purchased with federal funding from the

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UWindsor research project gets $6.3M boost to study Great Lakes in real-time

Jonathan Pinto · CBC News · Posted: Jan 08, 2018 An ambitious University of Windsor-led project to track changes to the Great Lakes ecosystem has received a big boost from the provincial government. The “Real-time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network” (RAEON) is a $15.5-million project that will allow researchers to monitor the Great Lakes and other

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