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Seafaring drones to travel Gulf Stream collecting critical Earth system data

Saildrone’s unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) use Gill WindMaster 3 –axis wind sensors as part of their critical data collection programme to improve weather forecasts and carbon accounting.

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Photo credit: Saildrone and meteorologicaltechnologyinternational.com

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