Environmental

Could your Business Achieve More with Better Connectivity?

September 30, 2021

Videos

Could your Business Achieve More with Better Connectivity?

In this webinar, we dismantle the perception that satellite for IoT is too costly, fragile or insecure to be effective, and give real-life examples of where the extra data provided by satellite IoT connectivity has materially improved outcomes - from smart farming to disaster management, environmental monitoring to renewable energy production.

KTH Sweden Underwater Sensing Buoy

November 5, 2019

Blogs

KTH Sweden Underwater Sensing Buoy

The Royal Institute of Technology of Sweden developed the LoTUS (long-term underwater sensing) buoy, a system for collecting oceanographic data from perhaps the most remote place on the planet - the polar region seafloor.

Cryologger

October 10, 2018

Blogs

Cryologger

Water and ice play a critical role in Canadian landscapes, ecosystems, and infrastructure. The effects of a rapidly changing climate are expected to result in profound environmental changes in the Canadian Arctic.

Remote Environmental Monitoring

September 26, 2018

Blogs

Remote Environmental Monitoring

Ephemeral washes located in Southeastern Arizona, USA, contribute to large rivers like the San Pedro, and are used by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to gather data on contaminants which impact larger bodies of water downstream.

The Ocean Cleanup

September 5, 2018

Blogs

The Ocean Cleanup

Our oceans are polluted with plastic. It’s not just strangling sea life or collecting in giant swirling patches the size of countries - tiny microplastics are also abundant in the water, making their way back into the food chain and, ultimately, our plate.

ETH Zurich’s Autonomous UAVs

August 29, 2018

Blogs

ETH Zurich’s Autonomous UAVs

The Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) of ETH Zurich has developed two solar-powered, low-altitude long-endurance (LALE) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that are gathering valuable data on climate change and agriculture.

Octanis Rover Mission

July 25, 2018

Blogs

Octanis Rover Mission

It was the need for a low-cost, minimal environmental impact platform for scientific experiments in extremely cold temperatures, that led the association to develop the Octanis Rover.

Mapping Ocean Fronts with Robotic Fleets

July 23, 2018

Blogs

Mapping Ocean Fronts with Robotic Fleets

Led by Dr. João Borges de Sousa of the Laboratório de Sistemas e Tecnologia Subaquática (LSTS) of Portugal, a multinational, multidisciplinary team of scientists have designed, built, and deployed seven autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) in the North Pacific Subtropical Ocean Front using the Schmidt Ocean Institute's research vessel Falkor.

Measuring Glacier Movement

June 27, 2018

Blogs

Measuring Glacier Movement

Professor Kirk Martinez and his team from the University of Southampton, UK, are using moving rover units equipped with RockBLOCKs to measure how Icelandic glaciers respond to small-scale changes in temperature and precipitation throughout the year.

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