Project targets: better, cheaper underwater video camera

Wednesday, 17 February, 2016
The EU-funded UTOFIA project aims to develop video technology to make underwater observation more accurate and less costly than is currently possible.

Underwater video cameras are important tools for monitoring the marine environment, fish stocks and pollution, and much more besides. For example, the cameras allow researchers to count salmon in a particular area as a means of estimating stocks. The data can then be used to support better management of the marine environment and fisheries.

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Underwater Time Of Flight Image Acquisition system
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