Thanks to all who have responded to our survey about the state of the global Seaglider fleet. If you have not received the survey and would like to stay in touch with us, please drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our future communications. We are also adding more information about our support activities and the current state of development.
Posted 10 January 2023
With HII’s exit from the Seaglider business, IOP will be expanding our capability to support and propagate Seaglider technology. We are looking for feedback on how we can best support the community. Please see our dear colleague letter for more information. One initial effort will be a January release of basestation v3. Demo and screenshots of the pilot’s index, glider and map tools of the new native visualization and piloting tools now available.
Posted 29 December 2022
Seagliders 180, 219, 220, 237, 247, and 248 have all been recovered, marking the end of S-MODE IOP-1. Looking forward to round two in the spring!
Posted 28 October 2022
2022 marks another busy fall with Healy (AMOS) July-August, Sikuliaq (AMOS) September-October, and Armstrong (Davis Strait) September-October. When all is said and done we should mark 17 mooring recoveries, 21 mooring deployments, 90 CTD stations, and five glider deployments between the two programs.
Posted 16 September 2022
Seagliders 180, 219, 220, 237, 247, and 248 have all been successfully launched off Santa Cruz to get out ahead of S-MODE’s October ship-based observations.
Posted 24 August 2022