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Saildrones go hurricane hunting

Saildrone’s ruggedized unmanned surface vessels will be carrying out hurricane research in the Atlantic using Gill WindMaster precision 3-axis ultrasonic anemometers to measure wind speed and direction.

https://insideunmannedsystems.com/saildrones-go-hurricane-a-hunting/

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