Collaborative Automation and IoT Technologies for Coastal Ocean Observing Systems.
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Ardelan, Murat V.
Connelly, Douglas P.
Pearlman, Jay S.
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Coastal observing systems are typically nationally funded and built around national priorities. As a result, there are presently significant differences between countries in terms of sustainability, observing capacity and technologies, as well as methods and research priorities. Ocean observing systems in coastal areas must now move toward an integrated, multidisciplinary and multiscale system of systems, where heterogeneity should be exploited to deliver fit-for-purpose products that answer the diversity and complexity of the requirements from stakeholders and end-users. Essential elements of such distributed observation systems are the use of machine- to-machine communication, data fusion and processing applying recent technological developments for the Internet of Things (IoT) toward a common cyberinfrastructure. This perspective paper illustrates some of the challenges for sustained coastal observations and provides details on how to address present gaps. We discuss the.....
JournalFrontiers in Marine Science
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationMariani, P., Bachmayer, R., Kosta, S., Pietrosemoli, E., Ardelan, M.V., et al (2021) Collaborative Automation and IoT Technologies for Coastal Ocean Observing Systems. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8:647368, 8pp. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.647368
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