Coastal Resilience

Reinforce coasts fit for the future with ocean data on demand.

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Reduce Climate Uncertainties

Get targeted coastal surge predictions with live water level pressure gauges

Monitor wave action against coastal assets and infrastructure from an all-in-one ocean surface weather station

Maximize data density with modular marine sensing systems

Predict Extreme Events in Advance

Access live wave, wind, currents, SST, barometric pressure, precipitation readings

Achieve unmatched weather visibility with ocean data available at a planetary scale

Avoid adverse impacts on the coast with the best weather forecasts

Metocean Insights for More Informed Decisions

Adopt a data-driven approach to your work wherever with weatherproof devices

Ensure operational efficiency with performance metrics of your selection

Scale coastal and offshore sensor arrays anywhere in the ocean with end-to-end satellite connectivity

Spotter device


Spotter is a turnkey open-ocean buoy that gives you access to real-time ocean data at your fingertips: wind, waves, sea surface temperatures, and more. Get access to the device, data dashboard, and the API, all in one package.

It all comes in a small, easy-to-deploy package. Spotters are cost-effective, sustainably-powered, and designed to provide the flexibility you need for your projects.  


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Smart Mooring Device

Smart Mooring

Easily integrate a Temperature and/or a Pressure sensor with Spotter as a hub for power and connectivity. No configurations needed: just connect and access your Smart Mooring data right away from our API and dashboard.

With Smart Mooring, anyone from a citizen scientist to a natural resource manager can equip Spotter with any combination of sensors in the water column for immediate access to that data.

Case Study: USGS/NOAA Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast

Next-generation real-time oceanographic instrumentation

USGS is deploying Smart Moorings to collect real-time water level data. This information will be used to assess the skill of the USGS/NOAA Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast, which provides real-time forecasts of water levels and coastal change along nearly 3,000 miles of the U.S. Gulf and Atlantic coasts.

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