A highly sensitive underwater video system for use in turbid aquaculture ponds

@inproceedings{Hung2016AHS,
  title={A highly sensitive underwater video system for use in turbid aquaculture ponds},
  author={Chin-Chang Hung and Shih-Chieh Tsao and Kuo-Hao Huang and Jia-Pu Jang and Hsu-Kuang Chang and Fred C Dobbs},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
The turbid, low-light waters characteristic of aquaculture ponds have made it difficult or impossible for previous video cameras to provide clear imagery of the ponds' benthic habitat. We developed a highly sensitive, underwater video system (UVS) for this particular application and tested it in shrimp ponds having turbidities typical of those in southern Taiwan. The system's high-quality video stream and images, together with its camera capacity (up to nine cameras), permit in situ… CONTINUE READING

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