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Our Vertical Profiler System (VPS) has not been in the water for over a year; it will be redeployed, after some extensive testing, and even a trip back to Japan to be repaired, during our upcoming summer cruise.
Nobody ever promised this would be easy, especially when it came to installing our one-of-a-kind Vertical Profiler System (VPS).
Sporting a new set of angled blue bumpers, NEPTUNE Canada’s Vertical Profiler System took a second test dip in 7m of water.
A hollow-centred buoy is the scene of test deployments for a high-resolution underwater camera.
After a flurry of recent activity, NEPTUNE Canada’s eagerly anticipated Vertical Profiler System took its first bath in 7m of water.
For the most part, instruments performed as expected, but there were some malfunctions and surprises too.
NEPTUNE Canada director Chris Barnes provides an update on current activities, plans and meetings.
NEPTUNE Canada's DMAS team is now actively developing "Oceans 2.0", an exciting new CANARIE-funded initiative.
The NEPTUNE Canada website has a new look, but this is just the start!
A newly configured instrument platform was successfully deployed in Saanich Inlet last Sunday. With all instruments up and running, data are beginning to flow.
NEPTUNE Canada’s first two production junction boxes were delivered to the Marine Technology Centre in Saanich on 20 August 2008.