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UNH, MBARI, and Saildrone will work together to advance deepwater ocean bathymetry thanks to a three-year grant from the National Oceanographic Partnership Program.
Two Saildrone USVs join the German RV Meteor and other unmanned technologies to study Atlantic Ocean eddies during the #MOSESeddyhunt in the first phase of the 2019 ATL2MED mission.
Two saildrones equipped with acoustic receivers located 34% of the Alaska red king crabs that were tagged by NOAA Fisheries in June.
Saildrone designs, manufactures, and operates a global fleet of wind and solar powered ocean drones, providing in-situ data collection services, global ocean data sets, and enhanced weather forecast applications.
NOPP Grant Creates 3-Way PPP to Advance Ocean Mapping
Surveying Ocean Eddies: Hot Spots of Biological Productivity
Record Number of Crabs Located During First Crustacean Tracking Mission