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Small Field Buoy for
High-Traffic Coastal, Port Areas


May 17, 2016

Featuring a more manageable 55-cm diameter, the latest version of the Small Field Buoy offers a more robust top section that sits higher in the water than previous platforms, making it better suited to frequent redeployments in high-traffic coastal and port areas.

The buoy is suitable for all applications, including scientific studies, water quality monitoring, coastal engineering projects, harbor and coastal monitoring, and maritime traffic control.

The buoy can accommodate solar panels with battery backup, data logger and telemetry system(s), including UHF/VHF, GSM, GPRS and satellite, with 60 kg of net buoyancy.

SOURCE: OSIL






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