1. MTS President Rick Spinrad Talks with Hawaii Public Radio

    On a quick trip to visit the MTS Hawaii Section and give seminars at NOAA and University of Hawaii, MTS President, Rick Spinrad, stopped in at Hawaii Public Radio to talk about MTS and landscape of the marine technology field. Listen to the interview. https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/post/conversation-marine-technology-affects-more-oceans#stream/0

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  2. MTS/Oceaneering Symposium Brings Insights on Autonomous Vehicle Development

    Greater endurance. That’s where Federal Agencies and the military want to see the greatest improvement in autonomous marine vehicles. That was one of many takeaways from the Annual MTS/Oceaneering Symposium held in Maryland this September. The 27th annual event, co-hosted by the MTS DC Section and Oceaneering, is lovingly thought of as the “crabfest” for […]

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  3. MTS President’s Column – October 2019

    A Global Society Rick Spinrad, PhD, CMarSciMTS President I was talking with a colleague recently who asked me what we did at the “American Marine Technology Society”.  I was, of course, quick to correct him that our name is simply the Marine Technology Society, and that we are truly a global organization.  I shared with […]

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  4. MTS President’s Column – August 2019

    Are we relevant? Rick Spinrad, PhD, CMarSciMTS President In preparation for our upcoming MTS elections, I’ve had some interesting discussions with MTS members, and others, about the importance of what we – as marine technologists – do, in the eyes of the broader public.  Suffice it to say that while marine technology did not come […]

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  5. The Latest from NOAA – A Q&A with Deputy Administrator RDML Tim Gallaudet

    In recent discussions with RDML Tim Gallaudet, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Deputy NOAA Administrator, I was intrigued to learn about some of the initiatives and priorities at the U.S. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. We invited him to answer some questions for our membership about NOAA’s vision for the […]

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