DIMAR – Metocean buoy

À propos du projet

In March 2014, MOBILIS installed two metocean buoys in Columbia, one in Cartagena and another one in San Andrès

The General Maritime Direction of Columbia has commissioned MOBILIS to create a scientific and port authority buoy, totally modular and autonomous in energy, able to calculate several maritime elements. Samir BENOUDA was in charge of the project with the help of Jean-François BOUCULAT who was in charge of IT engineering and Michel OZANNAT, technical director.

The Data Buoy 8000 measurements are :

– Wind

– Air temperature

– Humidity

– Pressure

– Visibilit

– Water temperature

– Salinity

– Conductivity

– Waves

– Current profile

In order to measure all of this parameters, the DB 8000 is equipped with various displays such as :

– Meteo station

– Visibility meter

– Rain senso

– ADCP PE support amagnetic

– CTD Sensor SBE 16 plus V2

– Directional wave sensor TRIAXY

The data transmission modes are various : AIS (radio), GPRS, Iridium and GOES. The data are available in DIMAR server, shared in Cartagena, San Andrès and Bogota

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