Aperture Array Verification System (AAVS)
is the testbed for the SKA consortium, to evaluate equipment and confirm
the performance of antennas before the rollout of the full SKA-Low.
Located on the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory site,
There have been several AAVS test arrays, as potential
antenna designs for SKA-Low have matured, and the image above shows
the SKALA-4 antenna design.
A previous ADAP has noted the presence of bungarras (also known as
the sand monitor or Gould's monitor) on the MRO site.
The image above is from
a video about the AAVS produced by ICRAR.