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REVEIL 2020 STREAMS


SEA Lab, School of Engineering, Newcastle University-ANGY - YouTube Live Stream


North Sea

Latitude: +55.1422°
Longitude: -1.46964°

ANGY (Acoustic Network Gateway BuoY). 
Part of USMART, a 3 year collaboration between Newcastle University, Heriot-Watt University and the University of York.
Jeff Neasham (Principal Investigator, Newcastle University)
Ben Sherlock (Research Associate, Newcastle University)
David de la Haye (Newcastle University's Institute of Creative Arts Practice, supported by the "Pioneer Award")

On 13th August 2019 the Newcastle Marine Science team launched an acoustic network gateway buoy in the North Sea approximately 3km NE of Blyth, Northumberland. Equipped with 2 acoustic modems and 2 broadband hydrophones, the buoy will wirelessly relay network data and raw hydrophone signals back to shore. 

This is the 24hr live stream via YouTube. 

(The tinkling sound you can hear occasionally is from the mooring chain links. It's often more pronounced at high and low tides, especially if the swell is particularly high.)

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