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Profiler Buoy Mona Offers A
Comprehensive Sea Monitoring Solution



June 15, 2017

Profiler Buoy Mona is an autonomous in-situ sea monitoring system that transmits real-time data and can be equipped with sensors for temperature, salinity and microbiology. The sensors are lowered to the bottom of the sea from an onboard winch, making measurements on the way.

Solar panels make the buoy autonomous at sea. A passive radar reflector is integrated into the top of the buoy, making the buoy visible from 2 nautical miles.

SOURCE: Flydog Solutions OÜ






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