Ocean Observing Systems Design, Methods and Operations

  • Date 13 Mar 2018
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Ocean Observing Systems Design, Methods and Operations

13 Mar 2018, 10:00 - 12:00

South Gallery Room 5

Language:
English

Chaired by: Carl Gouldman, Director of U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®), NOAA; Matt Mowlem, Head of the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group, National Oceanography Centre; and Justin Manley, Founder, Just Innovation

Developing Innovative Ocean Observing Tools for Small Island Developing States
W. Douglas Wilson, Oceanographer, Caribbean Wind

How Do People Use Ocean Observing Systems?
John Morrison, Executive Director, NERACOOS

Real Time Coastal Monitroing and Forecasting for Effective Management of Dubai Coast
Abdulla Kizhisseri, Marine Data Specialist, Dubai Municipality
Noora Hokal, Head of Coastal Monitoring and Design Unit, Dubai Municipality

Innovations in Marine Earth Observation Supporting the Blue Economy
Samantha Lavender, Managing Director, Pixalytics

Comparison of Modern Current Measurement Methods, the Influence of Environmental Conditions and Recommendations for Engineering Design Applications
Greg Bush, General Manager, RPS MetOcean (invited)

Innovative Data Mining Technique for Omni-Situ Ocean Surface Current Measurement
Yann Guichoux, CEO, eOdyn (invited)

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Programme subject to change

Contributors

  • Carl Gouldman

    Chairperson

    Director, U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®)

    NOAA

  • Justin Manley

    Chairperson

    Founder

    Just Innovation

    Justin Manley is an innovative technologist and executive with experience in start-up, public corporation, academic, and public sectors. He is a...

  • Matt Mowlem

    Chairperson

    Head, Ocean Technology and Engineering Group

    National Oceanography Centre (NOC)

    Matt is head of the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group and leads over forty engineers, technologists, and scientists in the development and...

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