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Event date: 9/14/2022 - 1/10/2023 Export event
"Dialogues with Industry" to advance ocean observing
Claire Montgomery
/ Categories: Marine Science, Events

"Dialogues with Industry" to advance ocean observing

The ocean observing landscape is changing with demand for ocean information to support the blue economy. How can industry, science and government together advance ocean observing for 2030?

NOAA is co-hosting dialogues with industry partners across the ocean information value chain. Join industry, academia, and government together to develop actionable recommendations for expanding the Global Ocean Observing System. Brittany Croll, from NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program, is one of four members on the executive planning team for this initiative.

Outcomes from this forum will serve the needs of science and society as we look to the future of the Blue Economy in 2030 and beyond.

Join an upcoming roundtable discussion from 9:00am – 12:00pm EST on:

September 14, 2022 – Instrument Provision: Supply and development of sensors and platforms
October 13, 2022 – Multi-Sectoral Ocean Architecture: Integrating new observing networks and business models
December 7, 2022 – User Driven Ocean Information: Core and Downstream Services
NEW! January 10, 2023 – Looking Ahead: New technology for the Ocean Decade 

Additional information and registration links are available at the GOMO Program, Marine Technology Society, or GOOS websites. If you’re not able to attend, sessions will be recorded and posted on the MTS website. 

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