Video Gallery

Ocean Sonics created this video gallery for our users. Here our users can access instructional videos that will aid them in the setup and use of the icListen Smart Hydrophones, icTalk Smart Projectors, and Lucy PC Software.

Instructional Videos

 

Getting Started with the icListen Smart Hydrophone

 

Related Videos

 

Tidal Energy Research in the Bay of Fundy

                                                  Video found on: tethys

CAFCE Atlantic Commercial with Ocean Sonic

 Listening to Beluga whales in the Artic using the icListen

 

Ocean Sonics was filmed by Eastlink TV as part of the Eastlink TV Magazine series on businesses located in Rural Nova Scotia.

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  • Michel André, a 2002 Rolex Awards Laureate, has just completed successful first-stage trials of the first ever whale anti-collision system. But, he says, his research raises a greater issue – the pollution of the world’s oceans with human noise.” Ocean Sonics is happy to announce that we part of this program, please watch the video for more information.

Click Here to Watch This Video on the Rolex Awards For Enterprise Vimeo

  • “Nathan Merchant is a PhD student at the University of Bath, UK, studying the effects of underwater noise on marine life in a variety of contexts. He is primarily interested in the development of the hydrophone systems on the cruise and will be data logging throughout the trip.” PhD Student Nathan Merchant used our product for his study.

Click Here to Watch This Video on the Ocean Network Canada’s Vimeo 

Testimonial
"We have been working with Ocean Sonics in our technology demonstration program since the first prototypes. Our science users have been very impressed with the very high quality data sets. Ocean Networks Canada is expanding our hydrophone network with Ocean Sonic icListen HF smart hydrophones across our observatory including new sites across coastal BC, as part of the Smart Oceans™ program. The compact size, Ethernet interface, high reliability and exceptional performance make these systems ideal for ocean observing applications such as mammal classification, vessel and ambient noise studies. "

Scott McLean,Director, Ocean Networks Canada Innovation Centre