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Innovacorp Enterprise Centre welcomes Maritime bioLoggers as their newest incubation client
Maritime bioLoggers is dedicated to the development of high-quality low-cost sensors for the study of marine wildlife.
The company offers low-cost, high-resolution acceleration data-loggers used to monitor the movement of animals. The dramatic increase in sampling frequency allows for the extraction of key variables, such as behavior, activity, and energy expenditure. Maritime bioLoggers’ tags allow for a high degree of customization.
Check out the company’s team page: http://maritimebiologgers.com.
Andre Bezanson – Andre Bezanson is a Ph.D. candidate in Biomedical Engineering at Dalhousie University, Canada. His expertise in electronic design has been a key component in the development of our devices.
Franziska Broell – Franziska Broell is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Oceanography at Dalhousie University, Canada and focuses on developing computational techniques to use accelerometer sensors to measure activity and growth rate in fish. She is responsible for laboratory and field-testing of the technology and has developed various tagging methods suitable for laboratory and field studies.
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