Photo by Lt.Cmdr. Bobby Dixon, 03.15.2023 — Naval Oceanography in coordination with CTF-52, Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron (HM) 15, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, Sequoia Scientific, Inc. and the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) dropped a slocum glider out the back of a helicopter as part of a proof of concept.

Naval Oceanography preps new plan for deploying ‘the right mix’ of crewed and uncrewed platforms

"Hopefully, in the next several months, we'll have some product that we can pass out to industry,” the undersea warfare program manager at NAVO said at the…
U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography (Naval Oceanography) representation from U.S. National Ice Center (USNIC) were part of personnel aboard the USCGC Healy to successfully deploy Sofar Ocean spotter-buoys during its patrol to the North Pole in the summer of 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Holloway).

Navy gaining access to global network of data-collecting buoys via new CRADA

DefenseScoop was briefed on Naval Oceanography’s new five-year agreement with the startup Sofar Ocean.