Hunter Geophysics is developing the second-generation of its iOnTheSky aurora-monitoring camera system.
This page explains the various steps that need to be achieved towards this goal.
Writing software for controlling the Ricoh Theta V spherical camera and other sensors.20%
Designing and manufacturing bespoke enclosures for the electronics and sensors.60%
Writing software for handling power and heating/cooling.
The prototype system will be installed in Inverloch, coastal Victoria, and will be left to operate autonomously for at least six months. This will allow me to figure out what problems may occur and fix them before deployment of the entire Gen2 network.