NOAA and the University of Southern Mississippi are teaming up on ways to improve how uncrewed systems are used to collect important ocean observation data.
When completed, Discoverer will shed new light on unexplored areas of the ocean.
New ships will play a vital role in collecting high-quality data and leading scientific discoveries.
New turboprop will assist with snow survey, coastal mapping and emergency response missions.
NOAA and Scripps are teaming up on ways to improve how uncrewed systems are used to collect important ocean observation data.
NOAA/GLERL will deploy an AUV in phases, each allowing increased autonomy and increased observations, culminating with the development of an under-ice docking station.
The Southwest Fisheries Science Center will use autonomous vehicles equipped with acoustic instruments to augment data collection along the California and Washington coasts.
NWS Louisville received a grant from the OMAO Uncrewed Systems Operation Center to acquire drones for use on river flood and storm damage surveys across southern Indiana and central Kentucky.
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