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PLOCAN to Host Glider School Event this Fall

The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands (PLOCAN) announces the 7th edition of the Glider School, the renowned hands-on training forum on ocean-glider technology, which will be held as usual in Gran Canaria, Spain, during the second week of November. For more information, click here.

Teledyne RESON Wins Major Contract from Lockheed Martin

Teledyne RESON A/S said it has been awarded a double-digit million Euro contract by Lockheed Martin Global Inc. for the delivery of multiple SONAR systems for Mine Counter Measure applications for an international defense program. Read More.

OceanServer Delivers Next Generation AUV for Water Quality Solutions

OceanServer Technology, a leading manufacturer of commercial Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), announces the continuation of a successful 10 year partnership with the launch of the next generation EcoMapper. The i3XO EcoMapper AUV is based on the robust Iver3-580 AUV platform and takes advantage of YSI’s expertise in water quality solutions. The i3XO AUV utilizes the EXO water quality system to provide users high resolution water quality data, side scan sonar imaging, downward looking current profiling, and an option for bathymetric surveying. Read More.

Society News

Discounted Exhibit Space at UI Available for MTS Member Companies

Floor space is still available for Underwater Intervention 2017 taking place in New Orleans on February 21-23.  MTS member companies receive discounted opportunities on exhibiting, at this annual show sponsored by the MTS ROV Committee and the Association of Diving Contractors International.  For additional information on the conference or exhibiting details please click here. 

Available now: Volume 50, Number 5, September/October 2016: Bioinspiration for Marine Technologies

The newest themed issue of the MTS Journal, guest edited by Jason Geder of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, focuses on the latest developments in marine technologies inspired by biological organisms. Research topics include understanding flow structures in oscillating propulsion systems, exploiting the benefits of an array of artificial muscles, and designing unique vehicle systems inspired by water striders, stingrays, crabs, and jellyfish. Contributors to this issue come from China, Iran, Korea and the United States. To view the journal online, click here.

Annual MTS Houston Section Barbecue set for October 27

The premier social, networking and fund raising event, of the MTS Houston Section, the annual barbecue, will be held on October 27 at Seanic Ocean Systems. This year’s event will once again include great barbecue, beverages, and networking in a relaxed social environment. For more information or for the entire Houston Section monthly newsletter, please click here.

Marine Renewable Energy Committee releases agenda for November TechSurge

The MTS Marine Renewable Energy Committee released the full conference program for Production of Renewable Ocean Energy For Small Non Grid Connected Applications, the TechSurge event taking place in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on November 2-3. The event will kick off on Wednesday afternoon with an offsite tour of the University of New Hampshire Living Bridge, followed by an opening session and welcome reception. Thursday's schedule features a full day of techincal presentations and an expert panel. In total the conference will feature 18 different presentations on topics related to Tidal Energy Devices, Hydrokinetic Energy and Wave Energy. For the full conference agenda or to register please click here.

Preliminary Schedule Now Available for Cables and Connectors TechSurge

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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Upcoming Conferences

OTC Arctic Technology Conference
October 24-26, 2016
St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador

Cables, Connectors and Imaging Systems
October 26-28, 2016
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Marine Renewable Energy TechSurge
November 2-3, 2016
Portsmouth, NH

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