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Articles & Whitepapers

  • How listening to the ocean can help reveal environmental damage

    How listening to the ocean can help reveal environmental damage

    In 2013, Katherine Indeck listened to recordings of sounds made in a channel between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, Florida. Some of the audio files had been collected in 2005 during an unusually severe red tide, a bloom of toxic algae that killed fish, dolphins and sea turtles. Other recordings were made after the ecosystem began to recover.During the recovery years, Indeck could hear sounds ...

News

  • USV causes hot discussion at China-Israel Summit

    USV causes hot discussion at China-Israel Summit

    On July 2nd, the 4th China – Israel Innovation & Investment Summit was held in Zhuhai, China. Unmanned surface vessels(USV) technology brought hot discussion at the summit.Yunfei Zhang, the founder of Oceanalpha, was invited as one of the ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Water In-situ AnalyZer
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    Water In-situ AnalyZer

    WIZ probe is the state of the art in-situ probe, to measure automatically up to four chemical compounds in surface and sea water. The innovative design allows an easy handling and field deployment by a single user.Typical application is nutrient unattended monitoring on board of floating platforms and coastal buoys.