Teledyne Marine has released a case study showing how their G3 Glider autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) has been used by the University of Windsor in conjunction with underwater acoustic modems to dynamically track the movement of fish in Lake Huron for scientific research.
The case study covers:
- The challenges of tracking fish via conventional methods
- The new module for Teledyne’s G3 Gliders that allows them to communicate with Innovasea’s VR4-UWM underwater receivers to collect data
- The advantages of combining autonomous vehicles with underwater acoustic technologies for scientific research
To find out more about the G3 Gliders and Teledyne Benthos CM-903 compact underwater modem, read the full case study here.