Bio-Waves, Inc. provides a variety of data analysis services to organizations in both the public and private sector. Our researchers analyze both large and small acoustic datasets, collected from a variety platforms and devices including towed hydrophone arrays, single hydrophones from dipping hydrophones, fixed hydrophones and autonomous recorders. We also have experience analyzing tag data. We use a suite of acoustic-processing and analytical programs such as PAMGuard, Ishmeal, Osprey (now part of Ishmael), and Matlab-based programs and algorithms (e.g. Triton). We have also developed our own algorithms in Matlab or Java (such as SonarFinder and ROCCA) to aid in the detection and identification of various anthropogenic and marine mammal sounds. Using these tools, we can provide our clients with detailed information about the presence and absence of marine mammals in a dataset. Our scientists and engineers have developed software packages that allow us to automatically detect and classify a variety of marine mammal species in acoustic recordings, identify which species are present, extract and analyze the calls and whistles of many species, and identify periods during which there is active sonar. Information about some of the programs we have developed can be found here. If you are interested in learning more about our data analysis services, please contact us.