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AUVs, ROVs, UUVs
Submarines & Their
This course underwent major revi- sion with updated data in July 2004.
It was then formatted as an animated, full-color Power-Point Presentation.
This course presents the fundamental philosophy of submarine design, con- struction, and stability as well as the utilization of submarines as cost- effective warships at sea. A thumbnail history of waging war by coming up from below the surface of the sea relates prior gains-and, prior set- backs. http://www.aticourses.com/sub- marines_and_combat_systems.htm
March 27-29, 2007
Hosted by BP, the conference will be a focused oil & gas event in
Europe, where executives from
Operators and Contractors meet to share lessons learned, present new technology and discuss contractual and operational issues to move the industry forward.
March 27-29, 2007
Ocean Business 2007
A hands on ocean technology exhi- bition incorporating in-classroom and on-water demonstrations and training sessions. Organized in part- nership with the Association of
Marine Scientific Industries and host- ed by the National Oceanography
Center, Southampton. http://www.oceanbusiness2007.com
April 3-5, 2007
Sonar Signal Processing
This intensive short course provides an overview of sonar signal process- ing. Processing techniques applicable to bottom-mounted, hull-mounted, towed and sonobuoy systems will be discussed. Spectrum analysis, detec- tion, classification, and tracking algo- rithms for passive and active systems will be examined and related to design factors. The impact of the ocean environment on signal process- ing performance will be highlighted.
Advanced techniques such as high- resolution array-processing and matched field array processing, advanced signal processing tech- niques, and sonar automation will be covered. http://www.aticourses.com/sonar_sig- nal_processing.htm
April 12-13, 2007
On April 12-13, 2007, the
University of Massachusetts Boston
Center for Coastal Environmental
Sensing Networks will hold this two- day conference on extracting, process- ing, and utilizing information gath- ered from the coastal environment using sensor networks. The deadline for abstracts is January 31, 2007.
April 23-26, 2007
Modeling & Simulation
The subject of underwater acoustic modeling deals with the translation of our physical understanding of sound www.seadiscovery.com Marine Technology Reporter 59
New Date for Ocean Tech Expo 2007
Organizers of the inaugural Ocean Tech Expo (OTE) announced that a new date has been set. The new date is September 5-7, 2007. This change was made to ensure maximum attendance and participation at OTE. "Feedback to the new date was tremendous at UI last week and everyone is looking forward to starting the "show season" in New England this year", said Rob
Howard, Show Director. Mark your calendars now to attend the premier international exposition and training event in North America targeting ocean science and technology; marine environmental engineers; govern- ment agencies and commercial interests at the
Providence Convention Center located in the heart of
Providence, Rhode Island. Exhibit space is selling briskly. Seminars and training programs are lining up.
The 1st annual OceanTech Expo is a unique, industry- led exposition that will feature new equipment, training and live demonstrations of the most current technology available to the growing ocean technology and marine science industry in North America. OceanTech will bring exhibitors and attendees together in an interactive, "hands-on" environment to share and learn about the most current technology available from this industry.
Contact Rob Howard at: Tel: 561-732-4368;
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit: www.oceantechexpo.com
To have details of your event published here, please visit www.SeaDiscovery.com click on the “Calendar” tab and input your event details for free publication on-line and in print.
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