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Air Deployable Polar iSVP
The Surface Velocity Program (SVP, iSVP) drifting buoy is a Lagrangian current-following drifter, designed to track water currents (15 metres depth) beneath the ocean surface.
Ice Beacons measure ice movement (GPS position), atmospheric parameters, ice thickness and temperatures, and subsurface parameters.
The MetOcean Telematics Inductive Modem UpTempO buoy is an Iridium reporting data collection and processing system, designed for oceanographic and polar applications.
The Snow Buoy’s primary function is to measure snow depth at remote sites where high reliability, low power consumption, and dependable operation is critical.
The POPS platform provides meteorological and oceanographic subsurface data, transmitted via Iridium telemetry (RUDICS).
The Compact Air-Launched Ice Beacon (CALIB) is an Iridium Satellite or Argos reporting mini-beacon (NATO grade “A-size” sonobuoy configuration).