Understanding planetary systems affecting humanity
The first autonomous circumnavigation of Antarctica
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Because better data means a better forecast
We offer fully managed ocean data collection services anywhere in the world. You define a mission plan; our autonomous ocean drones get to work and stream real-time data back to shore.
We offer quality controlled on-demand global ocean in-situ data sets for your area, timeframe, and variables of interest at an unprecedented resolution in a NetCDF-compliant format.
We offer high-resolution weather forecasts, enhanced by our global ocean drone observations, delivered via beautiful and informative appsavailable on both web and mobile.
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The contests asked participants to reimagine the graphics for a saildrone wing or create a video explaining how changes in the Antarctic affect their local ecosystem.
Saildrone has partnered with the 1851 Trust to develop a series of data-driven lesson plans on issues related to the 2019 Antarctic Circumnavigation, free for teachers and educators.
Penguins are the most famous of Antarctic seabirds, but the region is home to dozens of pelagic species, including albatrosses, petrels, and terns.
Saildrone designs, manufactures, and operates a global fleet of wind and solar powered ocean drones, providing in-situ data collection services, global ocean data sets, and enhanced weather forecast applications.
Winners Announced for Antarctica Wing Design & Video Contests
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