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  • C-PrOPS: Compact-Propulsion Option for Profiling Systems. C-PrOPS is an auxiliary technology that adds dual thruster-based dynamic positioning to the deployment package known as C-OPS. The Compact Thruster Remote Accessory (C-TRAC) is a wireless unit to control C-PrOPS.
  • Biospherical Instruments has released the GUVis-3511, the latest member of BSI's line of atmospheric radiometers. The GUVis-3511 is based on BSI’s proprietary microradiometer technology and available with up to 19 channels, ranging from 305 to 1,640 nm.  The instrument can also be equipped with a shadowband accessory to determine the direct solar irradiance. Depending on configuration, the GUVis-3511 affords the measurement of the UV Index and the retrieval of aerosol optical depth, cloud optical thickness, and total column ozone. Click here for more information.
  • AMOURAdvanced Multi-purpOse Usb Radiometer. AMOUR is a high-speed USB handheld radiometer for research and engineering in the laboratory or field.
 

AOP TM Ready for Download

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The NASA Technical Memorandum written by Biospherical and NASA titled, "Advances in Measuring the Apparent Optical Properties (AOPs) of Optically Complex Waters,” NASA TM-2010-215856, is now available for download. This TM documents the Biospherical systems that support both in-air and in-water AOP determinations and describes the development of the Microradiometer and C-OPS, as well as the SHALLO family of instruments. For your convenience, PDFs of individual chapters from this TM have been included on our Web pages that deal with their respective instruments.

 

NASA Highlights C-OPS

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C-OPS™ was highlighted in NASA’s Ocean Ecology Science Research Portal in the Instrument Development section. To be taken directly to the Portal page, click here: C-OPS.

 

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