1. Teledyne CARIS: Leveraging AI Technology On The Cloud For The Future of Ocean Mapping

    – Wednesday, August 5– From 12 Noon – 1:00 PM (ET) This webinar will introduce machine learning technology and describe the sonar noise classifier and the need for AI in marine mapping. The panelists will discuss why a cloud solution was chosen and the role cloud technology plays in the future for marine mapping. Register […]

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  2. July President’s Message

    By Zdenka Willis – I am excited to step up as President of MTS. Thank you to Rick Spinrad for his service as President and for setting an ambitious and exciting path forward. For those who may not know about my professional background, I retired as a Captain in the U.S. Navy as a Meteorology […]

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  3. Member Profile: Assia Edderouzi

    Manager Ocean Sustainability Programs at Fugro – MTS: Tell us a little about yourself. Where did you grow up? Where did you attend school (grad/undergrad/etc.)? Were you always interested in the marine sciences? Assia Edderouzi: I was born in Kaf El Ghar, a small village in the mid Atlas Mountains of Morocco. I moved to […]

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  4. Wave of the Future

    By Dr. Sherry Scully, Executive Director, COVE Workforce Initiative – It was the first week of quarantine, and my family was settling into new routines for what we thought would be a two-week experiment in social isolation. Working from my new office – aka the kitchen table – with a mini-aquaponics tank full of snails […]

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  5. Will Forman Named as an Honorary Member of MTS

    In recognition of decades of innovation, Will Forman was named an Honorary Member of MTS for his exemplary achievements to advance marine technology in the areas of material science, deep sea submersible engineering, and mission critical operations.   Forman’s work has significantly impacted underwater vehicle technology for commercial, research and government applications. He is noted […]

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  6. MTS Executive Director’s Column: June 2020

    Going the Distance When You Can’t Go Anywhere – Our world is often faced with problems that seem unconquerable. Our individual efforts do little to stem the tides of hunger, violence, and environmental degradation. It is easy to feel impotent in the face of the scale of human suffering. Emptying the ocean of injustice with […]

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  7. A Call for Justice, Equality, and Unity

    Following the recent and senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others before them, and the massive outpouring of grief, anger, pain and sadness across the United States, MTS acknowledges the underlying societal challenges and remains committed to helping build and strengthen an environment which fosters inclusion. MTS recognizes that these brutal […]

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  8. Update – Global OCEANS 2020: Singapore-U.S. Gulf Coast

    Live Virtual: October 5 – 14, 2020 Check out the Global Oceans website for the latest details. The enduring COVID-19 pandemic does not allow the Marine Technology Society and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society, co-sponsors of OCEANS 2020 Singapore and OCEANS 2020 Gulf Coast, to hold these conferences as planned with all their regional distinctiveness […]

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  9. MTS/Stockton University Stay Connected Summer Series

    Hosted by Stockton University, the New Jersey MTS Student Section and the MTS leadership, this program will be a student-centered series of presentations and discussion by industry professionals, academia researchers and software developers, on the tools, techniques, and applications for future hydrographers.  Each session will provide a Q&A period and a chance for students to […]

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  10. Rick Spinrad Steps Down as MTS President

    Dear MTS Community, Each day brings new challenges and new opportunities. At MTS, the same is very true. Thus, it is with both a measure of melancholy and a similar measure of gratitude that I share with you that Dr. Rick Spinrad, who has served MTS as our President since January 2019 stepped down from […]

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