Neptune Canada Project - Underwater Ocean Observatory Connected To Internet

Neptune Canada is a one of a kind regional scale project that is an underwater ocean observatory. It is operational since 2009 and people can literally surf the sea floor while scientists can conduct under water experiments from labs across the world.

Traditionally, ocean scientists have relied on infrequent ship cruises or space-based satellites to carry out their research, while the NEPTUNE project uses remotely operated crawler.

NEPTUNE is an acronym for North-East Pacific Time-series Undersea Networked Experiments.

Check the virtual tour around the NEPTUNE Canada ocean observatory network, narrated by director Chris Barnes here:



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