Temperature and salinity profiles from the IMOS ocean glider fleet are now being supplied to the Global Telecommunications System operated by the...

The Hon Kevin Rudd, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, took the opportunity to visit the ocean glider facility while he was in Perth.

The longest unmanned, remotely-controlled voyage yet undertaken in Australian waters has been completed.

The Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is celebrating the first successful deployment and retrieval of a Seaglider in the Southern...

At 12:15PM EST today, Seaglider SG151 completed a two-month long mission in the Tasman Sea.

"How many leaks have your gliders had?", is a question that never fails to come up whenever ocean glider personnel meet at international functions.

This week, Professor Lyn Beazley visited the Australia National Facility for Ocean Gliders,

At 13:58 EST today, ANFOG Seaglider unit SG155 was deployed 23.6 nautical miles south of Portland.

An ANFOG glider is presently east of Tasmania, travelling back and forth on a repeated transect line, monitoring changes in water properties.

The past two months have seen an ANFOG Seaglider traversing the East Australian Current and riding ocean eddies off the coast of Tasmania.