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      People once called space the final frontier, but there’s another great unknown right here on Earth, and its health affects every one of the planet’s billions of inhabitants. Covering two-thirds of the planet, the ocean is the main driver of Earth’s climate and has taken the brunt of global climate change. The world now finds itself with an urgent need to conceive, develop, and scale solutions that turn the tide on climate change.

      Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) has teamed up with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) to establish the Ocean and Climate Innovation Accelerator (OCIA) and start rolling out solutions on a global scale. The OCIA vision continues to expand as the partnership evolves into a broader consortium of scientists and engineers who are dedicated to addressing the challenges of climate change.

      Watch the video discussions below as ADI and WHOI spread the word about OCIA and its mission at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

      Featured Participants:

      • Samantha Fontaine, Director of Technology for Social Impact, Customer Office, ADI
      • Carol Anne Clayson, Senior Scientist and Associate Director of Research, WHOI

      Featured Video Segments:

      About the Ocean and Climate Innovation Accelerator (OCIA)

      OCIA facilitates cross-pollination between science and industry to help both move faster. The consortium connects ocean scientists and engineers with industry leader ADI to incubate solutions and quickly scale understanding and technology to roll them out.

      Listening to Coral Reefs

      ADI brings its rich heritage in condition-based monitoring (CbM) and machine health monitoring to the depths (and shallows) of the ocean. By listening to healthy coral reefs, scientists can identify smaller shifts in the ecosystem and intervene early to prevent a larger crisis.

      The Yin and Yang of Ocean and Climate

      The ocean absorbs more than 90% of the extra heat and energy from Earth’s changing climate system. Dramatic weather is just scratching the surface of the issue. Ocean scientists must shift their focus to scale if their goal is to address global problems.