Researchers were able to use fiber optic cables to monitor the estimated positions and traces of eight fins whales. The concept proof of the concept occurred in Norway, and the scientists open the door to develop technology to monitor whales on a much larger scale one day. Scientists working in the water in the Norwegian Arctic Architects of Svalbard used two fiber optic cables in the sea bed to watch whales. Scientists used a system called acoustic perception or das.Somehow converts into a hydrophone. Especially fiber optic cables cross the world's oceans, as it is one of the primary means of transporting data around the planet. Commenting on the study, Martin Landrø, a member of the Research Team and the Head of the Geophysical Forecast Center of Norway University of Science and Technology “This study shows how we can find and follow these whales over 1800 km2 with relatively low infrastructure investment. This shows that two fiber cables are a very effective tool to watch the whales in the North Pole.He would open much larger spaces for." While the research team wrote in a statement “The capabilities shown here are the potential to monitor a real -time whale that can be applied anywhere in the world with whales and fiber optic cables. When combined with the perception of the process, using a similar approach… A real -time collision prevention system can be developed to reduce ship strikes." You can find the original research here.