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Connect with SUBSEA 20/20 at the 2017 PNW Tech Summit - Nov 6, 2017 at University of WA South Campus

October 20, 2017

SUBSEA 20/20 is excited to be a Tech Exhibitor at the 2017 Pacific NW Marine Technology Summit , hosted by the MTS Puget Sound Section on November 6, 2017 at the University of Washington in Seattle. 


Join us dockside for a demonstration of BioSonics new DT-X Extreme Echosounder deployed from an unmanned Seafloor Systems Echoboat.  The DT-X Extreme is the world's only fully autonomous scientific echosounder for fisheries and aquatic habitat assessment.


SUBSEA 20/20 will also feature technology including:


  • BioSonics Scientific Echosounders

  • Ocean Sonics Smart Digital Hydrophones

  • EvoLogics Underwater Acoustic Modems and Positioning Systems

  • Rowe Technology Acoustic Doppler Profilers and Velocity Logs

  • And much more!


The summit will provide opportunities for businesses, researchers, and students from throughout the Pacific Northwest to connect with local innovators in the marine technology industry.  


The all-day event will feature a keynote address by Dr. John Delaney of the NSF's Ocean Observatories Initiative, presentations, panels, posters, exhibitor displays, and hands-on technology exhibits to showcase the people, platforms, sensors, data architecture, modeling, and innovative solutions being developed throughout the Pacific Northwest!


Lunch will be provided and an evening social event will provide opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals in our PNW marine technology community.


Here is the complete Technical Program:

0730    Registration and Exhibitors Open


0830    Welcome & Opening Remarks
            Michael Einhorn – Conference Chairman – Einhorn Engineering, PLLC


0840    Local Institutions & Programs
            Sarah Lee – WA Dept. of Commerce – Maritime BLUE: 2050 Vision for a Sustainable Maritime Industry
            Bob Miyamoto – UW/Applied Physics Lab 75th Anniversary
            Eric King – Schmidt Ocean Institute


0915    Keynote Address
            John Delaney – Understanding Our Planetary Life Support System: Next Generation Science-Technology in the Ocean Basins


1000    Coffee & Snack Break, Exhibitors, Tours


1100    Technical Session: Sensors and Sensor Networks
            Peter Dahl - A hand-held tool for rapid assessment of underwater sound to inform decision making
            Scott Viers - Orcasound: Listen for whales
            Jarred Swalwell – Flow Cytometer
            Emilio Mayorga - Supporting diverse PNW marine data access needs via the NANOOS Visualization System


1200    Lunch, Exhibitors


1300    Technical Session: Manned Vessels – Beyond Diesel
            Thomas Lamb - Small Scale LNG Tank
            Robin Madsen - ZERO-V: A hydrogen fuel cell research vessel


1330    Technical Session: Unmanned Vehicles
            Jay Larsen - Low Frequency, Synthetic Aperture Sonar in the Search for Flight MH370
            Christian Meinig - The Saildrone
            Jason Seawall - Smart Sensors vs. Dumb Robots       
            Don Pickering - Driving Down the Cost of Offshore Wind Projects with Resident ROVs


1430    Coffee & Snack Break, Exhibitors, Tours


1530    Technical Session: Search Technologies for Subsea Minerals
             Kari Walker - Induced Polarization Surveys
             Matthew Kowalczyk – Controlled Source Electromagnetic Mapping of Massive Sulfide Deposits with an AUV               


1600    Panel Discussion: Marine Renewable Energy
            Ben Maurer (moderator), Stacia Dreyer, Simon Geerlofs, John Horne, Tim Mundon, Ryan Tyler


1645    Farewell & Closing Remarks


1700    Reception


1800    End

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