Our Areas of application
Our innovative and customised solutions are the result of a modular system that makes it possible to cost-effectively collect data from the depths of the ocean and bring it to your desk in no time.
Our technologies are used in a wide range of applications, from marine life monitoring to enviromental monitoring projects to various obeservatories for infrastructure protection and to underwater communication systems.
We offer innovative solutions that enable precise monitoring of environmental conditions, from air to water quality, including temperature, salinity and flow velocity.
Maritime Big Data Management
Our mission is to ensure the safety and stability of our vital systems. We provide solutions to monitor critical infrastructures, from power grids to water supply systems.
Discover our Projects
Understanding the habits of krill
Australian scientists are closer to discovering more about the winter movements of Antarctic krill thanks to a not-so-subtle device. Sitting on the seafloor near Mawson research station were two KOMBIs or Krill Observational Mooring for Benthic Investigation. Resembling a big, bright yellow box, they had been quietly collecting data since they were deployed by teams on board the RV Investigator in January 2021.
Now the two KOMBIs are off the sea floor and back in the hands of scientists ready to trawl through mountains of information.
Lander Astoria Canyon
LoVe Ocean Observatory
The Lofoten-Vesterålen Ocean Observatory (LoVe Ocean) is a cabled ocean observatory with additional autonomous nodes. LoVe Ocean is located in a highly productive costal shelf-slope area, and in an environment sensitive to external stressors. LoVe Ocean is a multi-purpose observatory network with scientific nodes forming a westward transect. develogic is part of this largest European oceanographic Real-Time observatory.
Some Facts :
- 6 seafloor landers installed between 200m and 2500m depth
- 2 landers with 1300m and 2300m moorings connected
- Power supply and Fibre data transmission by a 55km cable following the gorge down to 1500m
Develogic played a crucial role in the environmental monitoring of the U-864 submarine wreck off the coast of Norway. Working alongside partners like Van Oord and the Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Develogic developed advanced underwater measuring platforms and a sophisticated communication system. This setup allowed real-time monitoring of safety parameters, such as turbidity and current, to prevent mercury contamination. The data was accessible to the public through a geoview webpage, showcasing Develogic's innovative approach in large-scale underwater communication systems.
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