XEOS HK4 Buoy Wave Sensor

The Brizo is a GNSS-based, directional wave height sensor. Developed by Xeos Technologies, it is a breakthrough product on the market that provides significant wave height, maximum wave height, peak wave period, average wave direction, and average wave spread. It was installed on the HK4 navigational buoy in the Halifax Harbour near Meagher's Beach.\n\nWhen the Port Authority raised a need for capturing wave data at this location, Xeos Technologies was happy to provide and install its own wave height sensor for the SmartAtlantic project. It is an opportunity to aid in the environmental monitoring of harbor conditions.

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Metadata Reference Date(s) July 19, 2019, 16:20 (UTC) (Creation)
August 10, 2019, 03:40 (UTC) (Revision)
Frequency of Update As Needed

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Field Value
Ocean Variables Sea Surface Height
Scope Dataset
Status On Going
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Point of Contact
  • Name: SmartAtlantic
    Contact Info Email: SmartBay@smartbay.ca
    Role: Publisher
Responsible Party
  • Organisation Name / Affiliation: Canadian Coast Guard (CCG)
    Role: Contributor
  • Organisation Name / Affiliation: XEOS
    Role: Originator
  • Individual Name: Xeos Technologies
    Role: Author
Spatial Extent {"type": "Point", "coordinates": [-63.5427, 44.5973]}
North Bounding Latitude 44.5973
South Bounding Latitude 44.5973
East Bounding Longitude -63.5427
West Bounding Longitude -63.5427
Temporal Extent Begin: 2019-07-19
End: 2019-08-10
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Default Locale English
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