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OCEANS 2023 Gulf Coast


Technological Innovation to Map, Explore, and Characterize the United States EEZ
September 26 at 3:30 pm CT
Hosted by: Alan Leonardi, Director of National Oceanographic Partnership Program, with panelist Isabel Houghton, PhD, Sofar Ocean Senior Research Scientist
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Community-based Ocean Observations to Power the Blue Economy
September 27 at 9:00 am CT
Hosted by: Tosca Lichtenheld, Sofar Ocean Government Lead
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Bristlemouth: A Performant and Capable Open Full-Stack Connectivity Standard
September 27 at 2:26 pm CT

Presented by: Evan Shapiro, CTO of Sofar Ocean
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Aerial Deployment of Spotter Wave Buoys During Hurricane Ian
September 27 at 11:56 am CT
Presented by: Ciara Dorsay, Sofar Ocean Data Analyst
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How American Leadership in Marine Technology is Revolutionizing our Relationship with the Ocean
September 28 at 9:00 am CT
Hosted by: Admiral Tim Gallaudet with panelist Tosca Lichtenheld, Sofar Ocean Government Lead
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Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) Demo Day
September 28 at 1:00 pm CT
Sofar Ocean will be featured as a supporting technology partner to NAVICE and FWC-N: "Safety at Sea in Data-sparse regions"
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Training Program: Integrating Sensors Using Bristlemouth, an Open Connectivity Standard for Marine Hardware
September 25 at 10:00 am CT
Hosted by: Evan Shapiro, CTO of Sofar Ocean, and Zack Johnson, Bristlemouth Technology Evangelist

During this 2-hour session, participants will learn about the Bristlemouth open standard, including the physical connector and the software used to manage sensors on the Bristlemouth network. They will see examples of off-the-shelf and custom sensors successfully being integrated using the standard.

Next, participants will learn to appropriately scope a Bristlemouth project, including identifying sensors and platforms that are a good fit for Bristlemouth. Finally, they will have the opportunity to work on their own sensor integration in smaller groups.

Seating for this event is limited, so registered conference attendees must gain permission from the instructor in advance if they would like to attend. Those interested in attending should email Zack Johnson at zack@sofarocean.com and include the following information:

  1. What is the name of the person interested in attending?
  2. Do they have the prerequisite skill of basic programming/coding ability in C or Micropython?
  3. Please confirm that the attendee can bring their own laptop.

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