Marin Auto Sciences is planning to launch a new marine science research program in 2018.
The company is currently using a drone for its drone research and is working with the Marine Biological Institute (MBI) to develop a drone program.
This program will involve researchers using the drone to collect samples and gather samples for use in science and to improve knowledge about marine life.
“Marin Auto Science’s mission is to understand the processes that drive the development and behavior of marine life,” said Steve Roesler, vice president of business development and operations at Marin Auto.
“By collecting samples and data from marine life, we hope to help us better understand the conditions and conditions that support and support life in the ocean.”
Roesler said Marin Auto will be partnering with the MBI to create a drone-based program for its researchers to collect and use samples.
This will allow Marin Auto to collect data from the Marins marine life that will then be used to understand its development and behaviors.
“Our goal is to use this data to inform our knowledge of marine biology,” Roeslers said.
“That is our goal, to help shape the future of marine science.”
The company will also use the drones to collect information from marine animals and plant life to provide the company with insights on their biology and behavior.
Roeslers added that the program will take the company “from one ocean to another,” adding that it will be able to study more than 100 marine animals at a time.
Marin Auto is currently planning to release its first unmanned drone in 2019, which will be equipped with a remote camera, to study the effects of climate change.
Reesler said that Marin Auto expects to start the new program in the first half of 2019.
He added that Marin Autos drone program is part of the company’s larger mission to “help the ocean protect us and help us live better.”