Environmental Monitoring: Noninvasive Featherlight Wearable Compliant “Marine Skin”: Standalone Multisensory System for Deep‐Sea Environmental Monitoring (Small 10/2019)
S.F. Shaikh, H.F. Mazo‐Mantilla, N. Qaiser, S.M. Khan, J.M. Nassar, N.R. Geraldi, C.M. Duarte, M.M. Hussain
Small, Volume 15, Issue 10, (2019)
Flexible sensors, Hybrid integration, Marine ecology, noninvasive tag, Soft packaging
In article number 1804385, Muhammad M. Hussain and co‐workers demonstrate an advanced version of the marine skin; a physically compliant standalone biocompatible sensory system for monitoring of marine environment, fully operational at a depth of 2 km continuously for 6 weeks with convenient jacket architecture and may operate up to 1 year. This wearable system is worn by stingrays and sharks for deep sea testing.
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