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Small business partnership leads to big advances in water quality monitoring

Small business partnership leads to big advances in water quality monitoring

Sea Grant is partnering with Swift Engineering on the development of a buoy like none before. Meet Kelp - a remote, self-powered buoy for water quality monitoring.

Joined through NOAA’s Small Business Innovation Research Program, Sea Grant is helping Swift Engineering deploy and test Kelp in different environments for a variety of purposes. Check out this multimedia feature to learn more about Sea Grant and Swift’s partnership on Kelp.

 

 

Credits: Produced by Hallee Meltzer. Images and videos provided by Costas Soler and Swift Engineering. Song: That Moment by Tomas Skyldeberg (Adobe Stock). Sound effects by InspectorJ, Squashy555, and Amholma (freesound.org).
 

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