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Since 2009, Hydronalix has been supporting a wide array of science projects and missions starting from the Channel Islands to Lake Imja Tsho, the glacial lake of Mount Everest.

Current research emphasis is on small robotic systems for monitoring microplastics in water. Our scientists are leveraging the Hydronalix water sampling platform (EMILY SPEEDoo) for monitoring biological and chemical concentrations in both fresh and saltwater. 


Various completed and ongoing projects include: microplastic monitoring and counting; marine mammal monitoring; mine tailing pond analysis and monitoring; remote bathymetry mapping; hyper-spectral imaging; EM61 magnetometer; X Band Radar; weather sensors for hurricane tracking; mobile antenna solutions; and object quantification.

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