AML Oceanographic has been selected to supply CTDs for Ocean Networks Canada’s Smart OceansTM program. AML Metrec•X instruments will be deployed on cabled observatory platforms off Canadian coasts to provide data imperative to improving environmental monitoring and marine safety. AML’s award-winning UV•Xchange and Cabled UV will prevent biofouling of Xchange and other environmental sensors on each CTD, in addition to other critical surfaces of the platform.

The prevention of fouling-induced drift will allow the sensors to provide accurate data for the duration of the in-situ deployments. Scott McLean, Director of Ocean Networks Canada Innovation Centre, stated, “With the incredible results of the AML Oceanographic CTD and UV anti-biofouling system in our technology demonstration program we are very pleased to be deploying these systems across coastal BC as part of the Smart Oceans™ program.”

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