Here’s What’s New At MTS-San Diego:
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|Sept. 29, 2016
|Monthly Meeting at Giovanni’s
Speaker: Mr. Ben Reineman, Scripps Institute of OceanographyBen will present on studies related to the ocean/air boundary layer and the use of UCSD/Scripps Spray Glider AUV with the Boeing ScanEagle UAV.
Over the past decades, autonomous vehicle development has pushed the boundary of oceanography and atmospheric science into new territories, driven by low-power sensor and processing circuitry, and improved global communications and positioning systems. I will discuss instrumentation and platform development of two systems: the ship-launched and recovered Boeing-Insitu ScanEagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and the Spray buoyancy glider Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). Improved endurance and reliability, and new sensors and sensing techniques for these two systems have permitted new insights into boundary layer physics and coastal ocean sensing.
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NETWORKING OPEN HOUSE.
Teledyne SeaBotix invites the MTS to its new facilities for an open house.
|October 26-29, 2016
MTS National Tech Surge – Cables and Connectors
|MTS Announces Cables and Connectors TechSurge in Florida in October
Marine Technology Society is pleased to announce our newest TechSurge, a joint Navy-Industry-University “Underwater Cables, Connectors and Imaging Systems” 3-day working session. This workshop will take place October 26-28, 2016 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida and is organized by the MTS Cables and Connectors Committee and the MTS Underwater Imaging Committee. For more conference details click here.
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