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)

Environmental Monitoring: Noninvasive Featherlight Wearable Compliant “Marine Skin”: Standalone Multisensory System for Deep‐Sea Environmental Monitoring (Small 10/2019)

Keywords

Flexible sensors, Hybrid integration, Marine ecology, noninvasive tag, Soft packaging

Abstract

​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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DOI: 10.1002/smll.201970051

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