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Windmill Software are specialists in data acquisition and control.
Underwater glider

Underwater robotic gliders measure ocean sound levels

At a time when ocean noise is receiving increased global attention, researchers at Oregon State University and NOAA have developed an effective method to...
Tunabot

Tunabot mimics speed and movement of Yellowfin Tuna

Scientists have created "Tunabot" - the first robotic fish which matches the speed and motion of the yellowfin tuna. Tuna are extremely strong swimmers, with...
Battery free underwater sensing

No batteries needed for underwater exploration

Blue Planet inspires underwater network of IoT sensors

AI to shed light on deep sea species

Artificial intelligence (AI) could help scientists shed new light on the variety of species living on the ocean floor, according to new research led...
Is it ok to eat squid?

Squid skin inspires creation of next-generation space blanket

Drawing design inspiration from the skin of stealthy sea creatures, engineers at the University of California, Irvine have developed a next-generation, adaptive space blanket...
Marine skin sensors on ray

Marine Skin tagging system dives deeper

A pioneering tagging system that monitors the movement and local environment of sea animals now reaches deeper depths. The new version of Marine Skin showed...
Jellyfish

Jellyfish inspire self-healing electronic skin

Jellyfish inspire self-healing electronic skin with the potential to reduce the millions of tonnes of electronic waste from broken mobile phones and tablets generated each year

Seals to keep watch on remote Antarctic glacier

Two species of seals will help keep watch on a huge glacier in West Antarctica that is at risk of collapse.
Shoal of Fish

Swimming fish may improve the design of robots

The constant, seemingly random, movement of fish is actually gives them the best sensory feedback they can get to navigate the world, say Johns...
Delicate grasping of a sea cucumber at a depth of 1282 m.

Marine biologists explore delicate deep-sea life with soft robotics and 3D printing

Marine biologists have been able to investigate and interact with fragile deep-sea organisms using 3D-printed soft robotic manipulators. During a deep-sea expedition to the Phoenix...