Protecting the World’s Largest Marine Reserve
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) had a massive challenge: How to protect 840,000 square kilometers of remote marine habitat without incurring the expense and risk of manned missions. To help close the gap in maritime surveillance, the FCO enlisted the help of Liquid Robotics.
In this case study, you’ll learn how the FCO used the Wave Glider to:
- Deliver real-time insights into environmental and sea-surface conditions
- Capture high-definition images of vessel targets
- Provide the FCO significant cost savings