Promoters of Marine Plug-and-Work

These instrument users are interested in the plug-and-work strategy for oceanographic instrumentation and are participants in the plug-and-work discussion:

  • Matthew Arrott, LOOKING
  • Jim Bellingham, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Eddie Bernard, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
  • Paul Bissett, Florida Environmental Research Institute
  • William Boicourt, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
  • Colin Bradley, University of Victoria
  • Kenneth Brink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Dave Butterfield, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
  • Dale Chayes,Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
  • Russ Davis, University of California, San Diego
  • Sharon Debra, Florida Environmental Research Institute
  • Tommy Dickey, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Duane Edgington, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Dan Fornari, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Kent Headley, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Mike Hemsley, Ocean.US
  • Matt Howard, Texas A & M University
  • Rick Jahnke, ORION
  • Evamaria Koch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
  • Zbignew Kolber, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Michael Lampel, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Roger Lukas, University of Hawaii
  • Tom Malone, Ocean.US
  • Gene Massion, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Tim McGinnis, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington
  • Chris Meinig, NOAA
  • Mark Moline, California Polytechnic State University, SLO
  • Tom O’Reilly, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • John Orcutt, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
  • Terry Paluszkiewicz, Office of Naval Research
  • Neal Pettigrew, University of Maine
  • Keith Raybould, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Mike Risi, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  • Val Schmidt, University of New Hampshire
  • Robert Spindel, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington
  • Oscar Schofield, Rutgers University
  • Mario Tamburri, Alliance for Coastal Technologies
  • Frank Vernon, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Manufacturers on Discussion List

These instrument manufacturers are interested in plug-and-work oceanographic instrumentation and participating in the discussion:

  • Access Technology
  • Agilent
  • Applied Microsystems, Inc.
  • ASL Environmental Sciences, Inc.
  • GEOSense
  • H.H. Bauer and Associates, Inc.
  • Hobi Labs
  • In-situ, Inc.
  • L-3 MariPro
  • Nortek USA
  • Ocean Innovations
  • Onset
  • Raytheon
  • RBR
  • RD Instruments
  • RGL Consulting, Ltd.
  • Rockland Oceanographic Services, Inc.
  • Sea-Bird Electronics, Inc.
  • SiS Sensoren Instrumente Systeme GmbH
  • Teledyne Technologies
  • WetLabs
  • WetSat
  • YSI Environmental

Technology

Solving challenges
Taking the laboratory into the ocean
In Situ Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer
Midwater Respirometer System
Mobile flow cytometer
Enabling targeted sampling
Automated Video Event Detection
Gulper autonomous underwater vehicle
Advancing a persistent presence
Aerostat hotspot
Benthic event detectors
Benthic rover
Long-range autonomous underwater vehicle Tethys
Marine “soundscape” for passive acoustic monitoring
Monterey Ocean-Bottom Broadband Seismometer
Shark Café camera
Wave Glider-based communications hotspot
Emerging and current tools
Communications
Aerostat hotspot
Wave Glider-based communications hotspot
Wet WiFi
Data management
Oceanographic Decision Support System
Spatial Temporal Oceanographic Query System (STOQS) Data
Video Annotation and Reference System
Instruments
Apex profiling floats
Benthic event detectors
Deep particle image velocimetry
Environmental Sample Processor (ESP)
How the ESP Works
Genomic sensors
ESP Web Portal
The ESP in the news
Investigations of imaging for midwater autonomous platforms
Lagrangian sediment traps
Laser Raman Spectroscopy
Midwater Respirometer System
Mobile flow cytometer
Smart underwater connector
OGC PUCK Reference Design Kit
Discussion
Promoters and manufacturers
Implementation
Manufacturer ID
Power
Wave-Power Buoy
Vehicle technology
Benthic Rover
Gulper autonomous underwater vehicle
Imaging autonomous underwater vehicle
In Situ Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer
Seafloor mapping AUV
Long-range autonomous underwater vehicle Tethys
Mini remotely operated vehicle
ROV Doc Ricketts
ROV Ventana
Video
Automated Video Event Detection
Machine learning
SeeStar Imaging System
Shark Café camera
Video Annotation and Reference System
Engineering Research
Bioinspiration Lab
Bringing the laboratory to the ocean
Bringing the ocean to the laboratory
Bio-inspired ocean exploration technologies
Machine autonomy
Fault prognostication
Wet WiFi
Machine autonomy blog
Persistence Lab publications
Technology publications
Technology transfer