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In coastal research, Aanderaa offers reliable, compact, low-power consuming, and user-friendly sensors and systems measuring a wide range of parameters at the highest quality. We offer "Smart Sensors" to measure Currents, Oxygen, Conductivity/Salinity/Density, Wave/Tide, Vented Wave/Tide, and Pressure. All smart sensors have in-built high-quality temperature sensors and deliver absolute readings.
The sensors can be connected directly to a PC or a third-party data logger using serial communication. Sensors can also be "plug-and-play" connected to a sensor network using an Aanderaa developed CAN-bus communication called AiCaP.
SeaGuard II DCP is our multisensor current profiler specially adapted for coastal research. The SeaGuard platform is the logger unit for all other parameters. SeaGuard underwater loggers can host more than 20 smart sensors, placed in, e.g., up to 300 m long sensor stings, and four analog sensors (e.g., for Turbidity, Chlorophyll, PAR, Cyanobacteria). SmartGuard land and buoy-based loggers open additional possibilities for the integration of meteorological and third-party sensors.
RCM Blue is an easy-to-use instrument with Bluetooth communication for set-up and data download. It is dedicated to measuring currents and optional pressure at the highest quality at an affordable price.
We have modern, reliable technology for online communication and years of experience in offering real-time solutions.
Aanderaa has from the very beginning been known for its capability of supplying complex system solutions – often with a combination of submersible sensors and sensors in air, real time transfer of data via radio, GPRS or satellite and the data displayed on a single screen or via a web server.
The sensor platform may be a submersible data logger, a Current Meter or a Data Buoy on the surface.
The SmartGuard data logger is a versatile data logger that combines data from submersible sensors as well as sensors on land. The logger accepts different data formats from Aanderaa sensors as well as from sensors made by other suppliers.
Advantages of SmartSub Observatory
ZPulse® Doppler Current Sensor 4420
Conductivity Sensor 5819/5819R
Wave and Tide Sensor 5218/5218R
Doppler Current Sensor Blue 5430
Doppler Current Profiler Sensor (DCPS) 5400/5402/5403
Acoustic Doppler Current Meters
AADI Real-Time Communication System
MOTUS Wave Buoys Exceed Expectations
Sea to Space with NASA: use Aquaoptodes in Photosynthetron
MOTUS passes the ultimate test
Monitoring Japanese earthquake zones
AquaNet—standardized infrastructure for Lake Mesocosm studies
SeaGuard records 1014 days of data at Hawaiian deep-water coral site
First MOTUS Wave Buoy deployment in the Mediterranean Sea
Flexible MOTUS Buoys chosen by major dredging operator
Mission Completed – MOTUS validation in open seas
Five generations of instruments in service
Coral reef monitoring in the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, Singapore
Aqua sensor is best in test — recommended by The Linde Group
Sailbuoy World Tour - Update from Beijing
The ocean is losing its breath
Accurate directional waves with adaptive broadband - SeaGuardII DCP Wave
From the screaming '60s to a beach in South Africa
New Optical Turbidity Sensor from Aanderaa
NF2021-N9 New Conductivity Sensor
MOTUS Deployment in Deenish Island
Step Change in Oxygen Measurements
Artificial Cod Reef Project Aims to Get the Cod Back
EOL 111 Product Announcement Conductivity Sensor
Improved Marine Waters Monitoring in Bulgaria
SeaGuards deployment in the Oeresund area, Sweden
Antifouling experiments at the Koljoefjord observatory
Monitoring around World War II munition dump sites
Surface Water Measurements from Mobile Platforms
Water Current Info at Helsingborg Harbour
Aquaculture Pens in Tasmania, Australia
Brazilian port chooses MOTUS Wave Buoy
Pressure sensors in subduction zones
Modeled & measured currents & oxygen in tropical water aquaculture
The Norwegian Coastal Administration ensures safe navigation
Barnakil, A Comprehensive Solution to the Biofouling Problem in Marine Waters
High Quality Currents from Surface and Bottom Platforms
OceanSensor - Mission Improved In-Situ Sensors
The Port Of Fujairah ensures safe navigation
Autonomous bottom landers - Study processes at the seafloor by incubation technique
Environmental impact of ship traffic: mixing and pollution spreading
Current and Wave Measurements from Autonomous Surface Platforms
Coastal Systems - Project Portfolio
Offshore wind power: Wind Turbine Platforms (Wind-Tu-Pla)
MOTUS Stand-Alone: MOTUS Buoy Integration Consideratons
Oxygen AirSaturation Calculator
Calculator for TSS coefficients
Windows Mobile Device Center(WMDC) replacement
Connecting Upper Ocean Dissolved Gas Measurements from Gliders and a Profiling Mooring
Best practices — Aanderaa Oxygen Optodes
MOTUS Wave Buoys white paper — Data validation
SeaGuardII DCP Wave white paper
Seaguard® Current Meters Sensor Reliability and Data Quality from Tidal to Hadal 11000m
Directional wave measurements from navigational buoys
Kolje Fjord Observatory - YSI EXO2 and AADI SeaGuard
The incredible adventure of the UNCW lander
Effects of simulated natural and massive resuspension in Loch Creran, Scotland
Seasonal and interannual variations - Posidonia metabolism
Trends in marine dissolved oxygen
New calibration equation for Oxygen Optodes
Evaluation of a lifetime-based Oxygen Optode
TD266 ZPULSE DCS 4420-4830-4520-4930
Oxygen Optode 4330, 4835 and 4831
Pressure 4117, Tide 5217, Wave and Tide 5218
Doppler Current Profiler Sensor, DCPS
Accurate Wave Measurement Guide
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