Remote PAM (RPAM) is a technology, pioneered by Seiche, which enables the on-board PAM equipment to be remotely monitored in real-time via a satellite link.
RPAM can be utilised for sole mitigation purposes and/or to provide excellent live support and back-up to onboard PAM operators. A further option is to provide client access to the live data stream.
To date, over 12,000 hours of acoustic monitoring have been conducted from a range of different vessels in a number of offshore surveys around the world.
A total of 943 real time acoustic detections of marine mammals have been made. Connectivity levels of over 90% are consistently maintained to purpose-built facilities in Devon, UK and Houston, USA.