Podcast on Ocean Use Case: Addressing the issues related to the ocean research
In the coming podcast episode, we will be tackling the three fundamental blocks of the PHIDIAS initiative.
Oceanography and ocean observation is a fascinating, yet complicated discipline, it is an ever-evolving research field with a lot of processes, taking place at the same time and at a different scale, evolving both spatial and temporal aspects. Technological progress and advancement played a critical role to shape modern-day ocean research and observation. While, if we look back in the days the researchers had a very tough life with a solid relay on ships with obvious setbacks and obstacles to overcome like the roughness of the seas, the impossibility to carry out multiple observations. But nowadays their lives are way easier, researchers can count the cutting edge tools and technological sets like satellites, drifting voices, rovers, and even a little help from our little friends.
Let's find out more and better understand the concrete benefits of this technological advancement in ocean research and observation.
Listen as we dive into the first of the PHIDIAS Use Cases, featuring the interview with Charles Troupin, a researcher at the Université de Liège, who will walk us through the PHIDIAS “Ocean use case” and how the project will help in address the issues related to the ocean research.