List of OGS Oceanographic Infrastructures.
Gulf of Trieste Platform, an integrated regional infrastructure for meteomarine environmental monitoring.
Capo Granitola Observatory (Mazara del Vallo - Sicily), an integrated system for the monitoring of the state of the sea.
The OGS glider station is part of the international OceanGliders programme which aims to support marine research through the use of underwater drones.
Contributes to the mission of OGS by enabling better international access to data and knowledge in support of Open Science.
Laboratory for oceanographic sensor calibration and metrological characterisation of marine measurements.
Technologies for the acquisition, treatment and first interpretation of oceanographic data, as well as the realization and management of observational networks.
The facility, specialising in marine microalgae, is OGS's contribution to the network of national and international collections of microorganisms.
Ship Model Basin, an OGS infrastructure for setting up and testing oceanographic instrumentation.
Laboratories dedicated to chemical oceanography and marine biogeochemistry measurements, and to the study of marine ecosystems and their alterations.
Understanding oceanic processes even in remote areas of the planet is crucial to predicting environmental changes, knowing their causes and having the tools to remedy them.
Advanced training oriented to HPC applications for the Digital Twin Earth.