EMO Marine Installs Mini-T to Collect Oceanographic Data at FORCE

EMO Marine Technologies, based in Nova Scotia, has installed a Mini-T Video/Data Mux system for FORCE (Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy).  

The system is deployed within the tidal berth sites in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia.

The system utilizes EMO Marine Technologies’ form factor multiplexer (MUX) system the Mini-T. The Mini-T establishes a real time link via fiber optic cable to the Visitor’s Centre at FORCE to transmit and output data from the sensors that are affixed to the FAST-1 platform that is positioned on the seafloor of the Minas Passage.

The link provided by EMO Marine will transmit reliable site data to aid with in-stream tidal energy development and measure effects on the marine ecosystem, the company explained.

The Mini-T system is comprised of a subsea housing where each of the oceanographic sensors are connected and an output console located in the FORCE Visitor’s Centre. The sensors are being used to measure aspects like water depth, temperature, and current data.

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