OverviewThe Baskin Center of the University of California, Santa Cruz,in cooperation with meteorological and oceanographic scientists of the Monterey Bay region from the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS),Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI),is creating a real-time system for data acquisition, data management, and visualization.
TheReal-time EnvironmentalInformation Network andAnalysisSystem (REINAS)is a distributed measurement-gathering environment built around one or morerelational database systems and supporting both real-time andretrospective regional scale environmental science. Continuousreal-time data is acquired from dispersed sensors and input to alogically integrated but physically distributed database. An integratedproblem-solving environment supports visualization and modeling by usersrequiring insight into historical, current, and predicted oceanographicand meteorological conditions. REINAS supports both collaborative andsingle-user scientific work in a distributed environment.
For more information about REINAS, including demonstrations,access to real-time and historical data, live video cameras,maps of the Monterey Bay region, publications, software, andmore, select a section from the menu at upper-left.
The REINAS Project has been funded by theOffice of Naval Research.
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