Track 1 – Automatic Classification of Marine Mammals
Moderator: Mr. Gregory Babich, Assistant Director, Head, Special Projects Division, ARL/PSU
The Passive Aquatic Listener (PAL): An Adaptive Sampling Passive Acoustic Recorder – Dr. Jennifer Miksis-Olds, Research Associate, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University; Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in Acoustics, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University; Assistant Professor, Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, College of Agriculture, The Pennsylvania State University
Marine Mammal Adviser – Ms. Kathleen Hodgdon, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University
Track 2 – Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Moderator: Dr. James Galambos, Associate Director, Advanced Technology Office, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University.
TENA in Resource Constrained Environments (TRCE) – Enterprise Interoperability that Supports the Undersea T&E Environment – Mr. Thomas Treakle, Principal Engineer, Senior Technical Manager SAIC, Applied Sim & Information Technology Division.
UUV and Sensor Health Monitoring – Mr. Daniel Brown, R&D Engineer, Sonar Research and Development Division, Advanced Technology Office, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University.
Track 3 – Precision Tracking Moderator: Mr. Clarence Ching, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport Test and Evaluation Readiness Technical Program Manager, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport Division.
High Speed Tracking Challenges – Mr. Jeff Holland, Lead Systems Engineer, Range Tracking Systems, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport Division.
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