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Marine Robotics Case Study: Precision acoustics for persistent subsea observations Thanks to advances in GPS-Acoustics, we are able to track seafloor motion at millimetrescale through two miles of seawater. Now, unmanned systems are changing the whole cost structure of subsea communications, making real-time data a costeffective, viable option.

GPS-Acoustics unlock a new approach to seabed geodetics Autonomous and unmanned marine platforms are transforming the way in which we acquire and analyse data from our oceans. Sean Halpin, Senior Director, Global Business Development and Leigh Martin, Senior Marketing Programs Manager with Liquid Robotics, a Boeing company, take a closer look at seafloor geodesy, an emerging scientific field that is making the real-time study of continental plate tectonics a cost-effective and viable option. >>

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Baseline Issue 19  

Although it's now eight years since the first sixth generation instruments began to appear, the platform continues to growth in strength and...

Baseline Issue 19  

Although it's now eight years since the first sixth generation instruments began to appear, the platform continues to growth in strength and...