All of our projects are fueled by cutting-edge technology and a commitment to sustainability, tackles key challenges in marine conservation. From deploying low-cost sensors for real-time data collection to engaging in community-driven conservation efforts, our projects span a broad spectrum of activities. They not only contribute significantly to scientific research but also to the public's awareness and involvement in ocean health. Explore our projects to see how technology and passion come together in our quest to protect the marine environment.
Our underwater speakers helped restore an extinct oyster reef
Our team developed a full software and hardware stack to propagate sound underwater to attract baby oysters to settle onto newly restored reef substrate off the coast of Adelaide. This project was so successful we won the Excellence for Science and Industry Collaboration at at the 2023 South Australian Science Awards alongside our partners at the University of Adelaide, The Nature Conservancy and The Department for Environment.
Restoring Shellfish Reefs Using Underwater Acoustics
We developed a full software and hardware stack to propagate sound underwater to attract baby oysters to settle onto newly restored reef substrate.
Port River Dolphin Monitoring
We're using cameras and hydrophones built by students to monitor the dolphins in the Port River.
Sounds of the Ocean
We're developing novel ways to record sound in the ocean for both long-term and intermittent applications.
Great Southern Live
We're building and deploying the world's largest array of live streaming underwater cameras.
Underwater Sensor Network
We're developing a low-cost solution for long-term continuous monitoring at sea.
We're created an open source software project using machine learning that automatically identify species found in underwater video footage.