SABIOD is streaming the sounds from north Canada Orcalab, we will display Orca detectors on line in the 3D interface

Play here with SABIOD 3D interface that represents Orcalab area (West Canada) and follow the Orca by their song (data is property of Orcalab).
Fig.:3D interface that will represent ORCA SONG classification (ready in february 2016...)



Excerpt of Journal de 13h - France 2
June, 4, 2018

The BOMBYX sonobuoy UTLN / IUF

is now recording whales crossing Port-Cros National Park

JASON Project

(Joint Acoustic Survey ONline)
See details.

Virtual reality of the 3D tracking of Chiroptera computed from passive acoustics

You watch the bat from one of four microphone, you may perceive the sonar orientation effect...
See YouTube ERMITES Summer School videos.

Mare Nostrum Project



Two young scientists set off in July 2013 from the Strait of Gibraltar and will be rowing all the way to Istanbul, by sea kayak (10,000Km, 18 months). SABIOD equiped them with a high quality hydrophone. Each day, from their kayak, they assess the cetacean and human undersea sounds, including the increasing marine traffic nuisances. Thus, SABIOD will map these acoustic activities at the mediterranean scale for the conservation of endangered species.

SABIOD project for Pelagos cetacean sanctuary

from Thalassa (France 3), April 2013.

SABIOD project for Pelagos cetacean sanctuary shown in February 2013 at Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.

(excerpt from France 3)
Also viewable on YouTube.

SABIOD for Przewalski's horses survey in Thorenc Parc

(excerpt from France 5 movie, 2012) Also viewable on YouTube.

H. Glotin interviewed in Thalassa (France 3), April 2012.

H. Glotin interviewed in EXPLÔ (France Ô), April 2012.




Principles and publications on multiple animals (whale or other) 3D tracking. Some demo and video for several applications are below:

Demo 1.

Passive acoustic ONCET tracking of Physeter Macrocephalus, recorded in Bahamas.
See details.

Demo 2.

Passive acoustic ONCET tracking of Physeter Macrocephalus, recorded in Bahamas (older representation).
See details.

Demo 3.

Simultaneous tracking of four Physter Catodon using real NATO records (Bahamas). You listen to the hydrophone 1 (top right), and you see the four whales (one color for each) moving during 25 minutes.
See details.