NeXOS European Project Webinar: Biofouling Protection for In Situ Oceanographic Sensors: The Bottleneck in Long-Term Monitoring!

Ocean research and seafloor exploitation require in situ sensors for research and modeling and to monitor and control undersea industrial operations.
In all of these applications, biofouling of the sensors’ transducer interfaces is a high and persistent barrier to long-term data-gathering.
This webinar will discuss one promising approach for protecting optical sensors—a system that is robust (no moving parts), effective (protecting the whole optical window), energy-efficient, and can be switched on and off remotely, as needed.