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October 6-9, 2019 Paradise Point Resort & Spa San Diego, CA, USA

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SUNDAY

OCTOBER 6

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday Networking Opportunities

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Exhibitor Set Up

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Ice Breaker / Registration - Badge Pick-Up / Exhibits

MONDAY 7:00 am - 8:30 am

OCTOBER 7 Registration - Badge Pick-Up / Continental Breakfast / Sponsor Exhibits Welcome / Introductions

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Keynote - Oliver Steeds, Chief Executive, Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Research Institute Meet Our Sponsors

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Break - Sponsor Area / Poster Papers / Networking Ocean Observations

Water Resources

Energy

Civil Engineering

Darryl Symonds

Jim Rogers

Josh Dugan

Scott Walters

Webb Research

RD Instruments

RD Instruments

RESON

The Methods and Strategies Learned from Maintaining Gliders at Sea

Computing Discharge in Real Time using the Q-Track Automated Continuous Discharge Measurement System

Look But Don’t Touch, Merging Inertial Positioning with Millimetric Subsea LiDAR

Teledyne RESON SeaBat T-Series Multibeam Sonars and Turbidity in Real-Time During Dredge Operations

Neil Manning 3D at Depth

Keith Dixon Measutronics

Meeting Room Facilitators

10:30 am - 11:00 am

Jude van der Meer Dalhousie University

11:00 am - 11:30 am

RD Instruments

RD Instruments

SeaBotix

RESON

Current Measurements at 4500 meters in the Deep Benthic Boundary layer of the Tropical North Pacific

Discussion of Behavior of Fine Sediment Using ADCPs

Underwater Nuclear Decontamination ROV

Atsuhiro Yorozuya Public Works Research Institute (PWRI) in Japan

Tobias, Haswell Diakont

How Technology Has Transformed the Way Dredging is Performed

Webb Research

RD Instruments

RD Instruments

RESON/BlueView

Observed Near-Inertial Response to Atmospheric Forcing Events From APEX-EM Floats

Measured Flow Disturbance Around Different ADCPs and Mounts

Extreme Nearshore Storm Waves Off the Irish Coast

The Technological Evolution of Dredging

Frederic Dias University College Dublin

William “Bill” Wetta DSC Dredge

Jon Wood Ocean Data Technology

11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Lynn (Nick) Shay RSMAS/Univ. of Miami 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Kevin Oberg USGS

Kristoffer Florvaag-Dybvik NVE (Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate)

Jonathan White Trimble

Waterfront Lunch ADCPs - Oceanographic

Imaging Software

Lights/Cameras

Glider Training

ADCPs - Hydrologic

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

A “Deep” Dive Into the New Pinnacle ADCP: • Introduction • Deployment Considerations • Utilities

Explore the Power of CARIS On-Board Software

Lights, Camera, Action! Teledyne Bowtech & Dalsa Cameras & Lights

Slocum Glider Training Workshop

ADCPs 101 - A Beginners Guide to ADCPs for Inland Applications

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Break in Sponsor Area / Poster Papers / Networking ADCPs - Oceanographic

Imaging Software

Imaging / LiDar

Glider Training

ADCPs - Hydrologic

Sentinel V ADCP / Waves

Teledyne PDS Software Training - Part I

Super Charge Your Surveys: Teledyne RESON Sonars meet Teledyne Optech LiDar

Slocum Glider Training Workshop

Panel Session: Best Practices and Current Demands for ADCPs from the Field (Led by Kevin O’Berg, Ret. USGS)

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Networking Cocktail Hour / Exhibits

Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop 2019

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TUESDAY

OCTOBER 8

6:30 am - 7:30 am

5K Fun Run / Walk or Yoga on the Beach

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Registration / Continental Breakfast / Sponsor Exhibits Ocean Observations

Water Resources

Hydrographic

Civil Engineering

Clara Hulburt

Jeff Den Herder

Simon Barchard

Kim Dailey

Webb Research

RD Instruments

RESON

RESON

Near Real Time Microstructure from a G2 Slocum Glider and Coordinated Surface Forcing Measurements from a WaveGlider SV3

Farewell Work Horse Rio Grande 600; Will We Miss You?

Using Artificial Intelligence to Clean Multibeam Echo Sounder Data

Matthew McClerren US Army Corp of Engineers

Michael Redmayne Teledyne CARIS

Using Multibeam SONAR Technology Through the Life of Marine Construction Projects

RD Instruments

RD Instruments

RESON

RD Instruments

Large-scale consequences of small-scale ocean currents: results from a recent observational campaign

Field inter-laboratory experiments vs propagation methods for computing the uncertainty of ADCP measurements

Electric Positioners for Expanding Your Sonars Value

Acoustic Bathymetry and LiDAR Techniques Applied to Asset Management and Condition Assessment Programs of Man-Made Water Conveyances

Meeting Room Facilitators

9:00 am - 9:30 am

Justin Shapiro WHOI

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Jennifer MacKinnon SCRIPPS

10:00 am - 10:30 am Facilitators

10:30 am - 11:00 am

11:00 am - 11:30 am

11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Aurélien Despax IRSTEA

Paul Devine

Jim Rogers

Uni Bull

Matt Burdyny

Ocean Observations

Water Resources

Hydrographic

Industry Collaboration

Bowtech

RD Instruments

Odom Hydrographic

Building a Classed Manned Hadal Exploration System

Estimation of Actual Uncertainty of ADCP Measurement in a River

Bathymetric Survey for Wreck Georeferencing and Dimension Inside a Harbor - Algeria

10:30 - 12:00 Panel Session & Case Studies Detailing Industry Collaboration to Drive Product Innovation

Ladd Borne Triton Submarines

Takeshi Shimizu Public Works Research Institute, Japan

RD Instruments

RESON/Odom

How Acoustic Modems and Ropeless Fishing Could Help Save the Iconic Northern Atlantic Right Whale from Extinction

Comprehensive observation of discharge of flow, bedload and suspended sediment at the Brahmaputra River

Project Enhancement using Teledyne T50 and BV5000 Sonars

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Nick Lesnikowski David Evans (Invited)

Richard Riels SMELTS

Shoji Okada National Institute of Technology, Kochi College

RD Instruments

RD Instruments

RESON

Direct Measurements of the Evolution and Impact of Sediment Density Flows as they Pass Through Monterey Submarine Canyon, Offshore California

HADCP’s – The Instruments Left on the Bank in a Boating Mad World.

Early Adopters’ Use of Teledyne Marine “As-Building” Technologies with an Emphasis on the Tappan Zee Bridge Demolition Project

Mark Randall Queensland Government, Australia

Lou Nash Measutronics

Waterfront Lunch ADCPs - Oceanographic

Imaging Technology

Sensors/Systems

Glider Training

ADCPs - Hydrologic

Instrumenting a Mooring – Technology, Tips, and Design Considerations

Latest Technology Advancements

(1:30 pm - 2:15 pm) Outfitting an ROV - Sensors, Systems and Considerations

Slocum Glider Training Workshop

ADCP Power Hour: GPS Interface, Compass Calibration, Q-View What’s New

(2:15 pm - 3:30 pm) Bringing it all Together: Introduction to Teledyne Marine’s New GUI

Demonstration ChannelMaster/New Software

Break in Sponsor Area / Poster Papers / Networking Product/Software Training

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Mohamed Amine El Haddad Laboratoire D’Etudes Maritimes

Benthos

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Mike Metcalf Brown & Caldwell

Break in Sponsor Area/Poster Papers/Networking

Charlie Paull MBARI 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Leonard Pool Sidus Solutions

Nathan Keys Measutronics

Imaging Software

Panel Session: Bringing it all PDS Software Training - Part II Together! Oceanographic Data is Collected from a Variety of Moving and Stationary Platforms. How Do We Work Together to Understand and Fuse This Data?

Navigation /Positioning Glider Training

ADCPs - Hydrologic

Latest Navigation Advancements:

Roundtable Discussion Demands of Mapping and Quantify Inland Waters (Led by Doug Lockhart)

3:30 - 4:15 Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) 4:15 - 5:00 Integrated Navigations Systems (INS)

Slocum Glider Training Workshop

Beach Party on Mission Bay!

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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 7:00 am - 8:00 am

Yoga on the Beach

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Registration / Continental Breakfast / Sponsor Exhibits Ocean Observations

Water Resources/ Civil Engineering

Vehicle Technology & Training

Ben Allsup

Hening Huang

Jamie Carrig

Webb Research

RD Instruments

GAVIA

Turbulence Measurements from Gliders: Current Capabilities and Developments for In-Situ Data Processing

Civil Engineering…With Polite and Well-Behaved Oceanographic Equipment.

AUV Operator Training: Problem Based Learning for Advanced Underwater Robotics

Teledyne Maritime Defense Day

Meeting Room Facilitators

9:00 am - 9:30 am

Judah Goldberg Rockland Scientific

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Alexander Forrest Univ of British Columbia

Webb Research

RD Instruments

Oceanscience

Replacing Research Vessels with Gliders to Conduct Fisheries Surveys in Antarctica

SMHIs ADCP Field Training in Ethiopia During the Rainy Season

Trimble GNSS Solutions for USV Applications

George Watters NOAA Fisheries

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Mike Metcalf Brown & Caldwell

Mikael Lennermark Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

Jonathan White Trimble

Break in Sponsor Area / Poster Papers / Networking

Facilitators

10:30 am - 11:00 am

Ocean Observations

Water Resources

Vehicle Technology

ODI/Impulse

TBA

SeaBotix / Benthos

Development and Deployment of a Calibrated Geodetic Pressure Sensor on the Ocean Observatory Initiative Cabled Array

To be announced

Automated Benthic Ecology System Cheryl Ann Cooke Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific

Glenn Sasagawa UC San Diego

11:00 am - 11:30 am

Webb Research

TBA

RESON

Monitoring North Atlantic Right Whales from Slocum gliders in the Gulf of St Lawrence

To be announced

USV Development from a Multibeam Bathymetric Survey Efficiency Perspective John Tamplin Seafloor Systems

John Moloney JASCO

11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Webb Research

TBA

TBA

Applying a Dynamic Flight Model for Analysis of Underwater Glider Operations Under Ice Shelves

To be announced

To be announced

Jasmin McInerney Univ of California, Davis 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

TMTW Networking Lunch Oceanographic

Hydrographic Surveying Meet the Experts

Glider Training

Hydrologic / Hydrographic

(1:30 pm - 2:00 pm) Latest Advancements to Tackle Biofouling

Tips, Tricks and Best Practices to Improve Your Survey Results

Slocum Glider Training Workshop

(1:30 pm-2:00 pm) Bathymetry -- Hypack Interface and VMT - NEW

(2:00 - 2:30) A-Comms: Technology Advancements & Real- World Applications

Roundtable Discussion Challenges of the Future (Led by Jim Rogers)

(2:30 pm - 3:30 pm) ADCP Data QA/QC - “How to Tame Your Data” (Bring your questions and quirky data) 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Event Recap / Exhibits / Closing Cocktail Hour / Raffle Drawing

Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop 2019

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Dockside and On-Water Demonstrations MONDAY

OCTOBER 7 Dockside Demonstrations (1:30 pm - 2:15 pm ) Oceanscience Z-Boat 1800 with Echotrac E20 Oceanscience Z-Boat 1250

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

On-Water Demonstrations Bottom Line

On-Water Demonstrations Boat TBD

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) RESON SeaBat F50 (NEW) - Forward Looking Sonar

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) SeaBat T-50R IDH – High resolution multibeam sonar in a dual head configuration

BlueView M900 – 2250_130/45 – 2D Forward Sonar

OceanScience rapidCAST profiler

SeaBat F30 Forward looking sonar (2:15 pm - 3:30 pm) SeaBotix vLBV300

Teledyne PDS

Optech Laser Scanner CARIS on Board Teledyne PDS TSS TOGSNAV/ Saturn

Dockside Demonstrations

On-Water Demonstrations Bottom Line

On-Water Demonstrations Boat TBD

Search and Recovery Demonstration FEAT: Z-Boat 1800 with Side Scan and SeaBotix vLBV300 w/BlueView M900 sonar, Bowtech Cameras and Lights

Cruise every 45 minutes (3:30 & 4:15 pm) RESON SeaBat F50 (NEW) - Forward Looking Sonar

Cruise every 45 minutes (3:30 & 4:15 pm) SeaBat T-50R IDH – High resolution multibeam sonar in a dual head configuration

BlueView M900 – 2250_130/45 – 2D Forward Sonar

OceanScience rapidCAST profiler

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

SeaBat F30 Forward looking sonar Teledyne PDS

Optech Laser Scanner CARIS on Board Teledyne PDS TSS TOGSNAV/ Saturn

TUESDAY

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

OCTOBER 8 Dockside Demonstrations

On-Water Demonstrations Bottom Line

On-Water Demonstrations Boat TBD

Software Demonstration

(1:30 - 2:15) Oceanscience Z-Boat 1800 with MB2 Oceanscience Q-Boat 1250 with RiverPro ADCP

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) RESON SeaBat F50 (NEW) - Forward Looking Sonar

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) SeaBat T-50R IDH – High resolution multibeam sonar in a dual head configuration

ChannelMaster/ New Software

BlueView M900 – 2250_130/45 – 2D Forward Sonar

OceanScience rapidCAST profiler

(2:15 - 3:30) SMELTS Liftbag system demonstration

SeaBat F30 Forward looking sonar Teledyne PDS

Optech Laser Scanner CARIS on Board Teledyne PDS TSS TOGSNAV/ Saturn

Infrastructure Demonstration FEAT: Z-Boat 1800 with Sidescan Sonar and SeaBotix vLBV300 w/BlueView BV5000 3D Sonar 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Cruise every 45 minutes (3:30 & 4:15 pm) RESON SeaBat F50 (NEW) - Forward Looking Sonar

Cruise every 45 minutes (3:30 & 4:15 pm) SeaBat T-50R IDH – High resolution multibeam sonar in a dual head configuration

BlueView M900 – 2250_130/45 – 2D Forward Sonar

OceanScience rapidCAST profiler

SeaBat F30 Forward looking sonar Teledyne PDS

Optech Laser Scanner CARIS on Board Teledyne PDS TSS TOGSNAV/ Saturn

WEDNESDAY

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

OCTOBER 9

Dockside Demonstrations

On-Water Demonstrations Bottom Line

On-Water Demonstrations Boat TBD

Mine Countermeasure/EOD FEAT: Z-Boat 1800MB2 and SeaBotix vLBV300 w/BlueView M900 sonar, Bowtech Cameras and Lights

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) RESON SeaBat F50 (NEW) - Forward Looking Sonar

Cruise every 45 minutes (1:30 & 2:15 pm) SeaBat T-50R IDH – High resolution multibeam sonar in a dual head configuration

BlueView M900 – 2250_130/45 – 2D Forward Sonar

OceanScience rapidCAST profiler

Additional Defense Demos TBA

SeaBat F30 Forward looking sonar Teledyne PDS

Optech Laser Scanner CARIS on Board Teledyne PDS TSS TOGSNAV/ Saturn

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