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RDSEA and Navocean Partner on New Coastal Ocean Observing Networks Plans

RDSEA is deployed globally and responds to the call from the “U.N. Decade of Ocean Science” in support of all efforts in ocean-health monitoring, mitigation, and the move towards sustainable development of Earth’s marine ecosystems.  In partnership with ASV provider Navocean (Seattle, WA) we aim to combine use of emerging Blue-Technologies and support efforts coastal […]

Marine Technology Society (MTS) 2021 Buoy Workshop: “Moored Systems of the Future”

The 14th Buoy Workshop, Rescheduled from 2020 to October 25-27 2021, in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Our host for the 2021 meeting will be the University of North Carolina, Wilmington (UNCW) and the Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program (CORMP), established in 2000.  CORMP operates coastal monitoring stations along the Carolina’s coastline (North and South).   Data […]

Success in the Caribbean, Costa Rica

RDSEA and Campbell Scientific Partner in the CaribbeanRDSEA International (St Pete Beach, FL) and Campbell Scientific; Centro Caribe (San Jose, Costa Rica) in collaboration have been awarded a contract with APM Terminals (Netherlands) for a MetOcean and EIS study of harbor and port expansion in Limon, Costa Rica. Full surveys, and a real-time data program […]

Tampa Bay PORTS Adds Waves Buoy

RDSEA supports the Tampa Bay Physical Real-Timie System (PORTS) by installing a new waves buoy system at the enterance to Egmont Channel, Tampa Bay. On June 5th, a new Datawell Waverider Mk II wave monitoring buoy was deployed on the Tampa Bay PORTS system. Wave height, period and direction along with sea-surface temperature will be […]

2015 IEEE Currents, Waves and Turbulence Measurement Workshop

2015 IEEE Currents, Waves and Turbulence Measurement Workshop; St Petersburg, FL “Quality from End to End“ In today’s world, there have been many changes in the science and technology of current, waves and turbulence measurement.  Sensors are linked to real-time data telemetry, QA, archiving, processing, and distribution systems and what happens to data in these […]

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