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Scientists of FEFU invent acoustic technologies of communication with dolphins - EastRussia | Far East






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Scientists of FEFU invent acoustic technologies of communication with dolphins

Scientists of the Engineering School of FEFU study the acoustic signals of dolphins and pinnipeds using unique devices and programs to create acoustic technologies for communication with marine mammals, the university's press service said on Wednesday.

"To read signals, we put on dolphins sensors in the form of caps, which do not cause pain and harm to animals. The acoustic signals taken from their brain are rather weak (in the range from 0,01 to 40 Hz), and we need to decipher them. So we can understand how the dolphins perceive the team, how the feedback to the coach is. These new approaches will allow us to create a system of biotechnical solutions for communicating with mammals, "the words are given by the head of instrument engineering, Professor Vladimir Korochentsev. It is reported that a group of scientists started developing acoustic transmission systems that will allow the "trainer" to communicate with animals.

The study is part of a large-scale development project in marine bioacoustics, aimed at studying the management of marine bioresources using acoustic means. Leading universities and research organizations of the Far Eastern Federal District, including institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, also participate in the project.