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How AI and drones are trying to save the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is home to one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. Across its 2,300 kilometre reach, there are 2,500 individual reefs, over 9,000 species of fish, whales, and turtles, among other creatures. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the world’s seven natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef attracts over two million visitors every year to explore its colourful corals and unique marine life.

Yet for all its wonder, the reef’s coral has rapidly deteriorated as ocean temperatures continue to rise. When water temperatures rise, algae and corals separate, resulting in corals being stressed and stripped of their colour — this is known as coral bleaching. The coral bleaching events inflicted on the reef are well documented, with half of the coral on the reef already dead. 

Remote Monitored Systems PLC (LON:RMS) is focused on the continued development of the Company’s ‘Survey & Inspection’ business.RMS wholly owns Geocurve Limited a specialist data collection, surveying and data analysis business.

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