MBARI creates and globally scales the visionary technologies required to explore, map, and understand our changing ocean.
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MBARI is a non-profit oceanographic research center advancing marine science and engineering to understand our changing ocean.
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MBARI builds and transfers scalable technologies to assess, monitor, and predict ocean health.
As part of advancing our mission, MBARI scientists, engineers, and technicians develop novel technologies and original works of authorship. We prioritize the transfer of knowledge gained, solutions devised, and technology developed to other communities. We seek to build mutually beneficial relationships with our partners and provide responsive, technology transfer options.
The LRAUV greatly expands the types of observations and experiments possible with autonomous platforms.
About the LRAUV
MBARI Tech Transfer provides a standard licensing process to attain commercialization rights and uses a variety of strategies to transfer innovations to the greater community for public benefit. For example, the In Situ Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer is licensed to commercial partners for manufacture and distribution whereas the Video Annotation and Reference System is distributed for research use as open-source software
Have questions or would like to inquire about tech transfer? Email email@example.com