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SCOOT Newsletter #1, June 2020
Word from Seb
Word from Seb
SCOOT's director: These are interesting times for ocean observers: Rapid technological developments and an increasing awareness of the importance of the ocean! We want to update you about SCOOT's activities and about our collaborations with companies and organisations. Feel free to contact me or SCOOT's coordinator Torsten Linders.
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Research engineer from Moscow wins the Killer Shrimp Invasion Challenge!
June 11, 2020
In March the Killer Shrimp Invasion Challenge was opened on Kaggle by Ocean Data Factory Sweden (coordinated by SCOOT): Use innovative machine learning (ML) solutions to predict the spread of…

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SCOOT's sailing robot gets new acoustic sensor for ocean currents, and a new sail
May 20, 2020
The image above shows our autonomous surface vessel SB Kringla being retrieved after the first of two magnificent field seasons. Now she will be upgraded with both an acoustic sensor…

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Successfull deployment of autonomous technology in the Antarctic sea ice
March 18, 2020
Louise Biddle summarizes the Austral winter-spring season for this robotics heavy project: The ROAM-MIZ (Robotic Observations And Modelling in the Marginal Ice Zone) project aims to capture high resolution observations…

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Join ODF Sweden in the The Koster seafloor observatory!
March 6, 2020
Ocean Data Factory Sweden (coordinated by SCOOT) is now stepping into a truly demanding territory: Automated species recognition in subsea images. See the promo video and join the The Koster…

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