Workshop on Applications of Iridium Telecommunications



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Technical Workshop on Applications of Iridium Telecommunications

to Oceanographic and Polar Research
University of Washington

Applied Physics Laboratory

Henderson Hall

1013 NE 40th Street

Room 602 - Hardisy Conference Room

Seattle, Washington

19-21 May 2004
Agenda
Wednesday, 19 May 2004
0800 Coffee
0830 - 0845 Introduction (Stephen R. Piotrowicz, Ocean.US/NOAA; Steven G. Ackleson, Office of Naval Research)
0845 - 0905 A 24x7 9600 baud Continuous Mobile to Mobile Connection for Network to Network Connectivity - Gary L. Ferentchak (Raytheon Polar Services)
0910 - 0930 Using Iridium to Transmit Geodetic GPS Data from Remote Antarctic Installations - Paul Tregoning (Australian National University)
0930 - 1000 Experiences with an Iridium Based Communications System in Polar Regions - Victor Frost (University of Kansas)
1000 - 1020 Polar Experience with Iridium:Dial-up and SBD - David Meldrum and Duncan Mercer (Scottish Association of Marine Sciences)
1020 - 1040 Break
1040 - 1100 Experiences with Real-time Data Retrieval from Remote Observatories using Iridium Communications Links - Dan Detrick (University of Maryland)
1100 - 1120 Iridium Data Transfer from North Pole Deployed Ocean Flux Buoys - Tim Stanton (U.S. Naval Postgraduate School)
1120 - 1140 Communications in Rapid Environmental Assessment - Alex Trangeled (NATO SACLANT Center)
1140 – 1210 Experiences with Real-Time Data Retrieval from Remote Stations using Iridium; and Data Distribution: GTS and IOOS - Steve Collins (U.S. National Data Buoy Center)

1210 - 1310 Lunch


1310 - 1330 Seaglider Communications Performance: Results from Two Years of Open Ocean Operations - Neil Bogue and James Bennett (University of Washington)
1330 - 1350 ARGO, Profiling Floats, and Iridium - Stephen C. Riser and Dana Swift (University of Washington)
1350 - 1410 First Experiences with an Irdium Telemetry System on the DOLAN Buoy in the Atlantic -Eberhard Kopiske (University of Bremen)
1410 - 1430 An Overview of PMEL Iridium Ocean Observatories - Christian Meining (Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
1430 - 1500 Real-time Over-the-horizon Communications for MBARI's Ocean Observing System - Lance McBride (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute)
1500 - 1520 Break
1520 - 1540 Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System (GoMOOS) -Robert Stessel (University of Maine)
1540 - 1600 Experiences with a Small Moored Surface Telemetry Buoy Including the Subsurface Inductive Data Link - Andreas Pinck (Institute für Meereskunde, Universit1ät Kiel)
1600 - 1620 Use of Iridium in a Small Moored Buoy, and on a Large Commercial Vessel - Jonathan Campbell (Southampton Oceanography Center)
1620 - 1640 Iridium Enabled TCP/IP for Coastal Ocean Observing Systems - Christopher Calloway (University of North Carolina)
1640 -1830 Iridium Satellite LLC, System Update – Scott Scheimreif and Kent Keeter (Iridium Satellite LLC).
1830 Adjourn
Thursday, 20 May 2004
0800 Coffee
0830 – 0900 NAL Research Update – Ngoc Hoang (NAL Research)
0900 - 1200 Working Group Discussions
1000 - 1030 Open Break Period
1200 - 1300 Lunch
1300 - 1330 Plenary - Brief Working Group Presentations
1330 - 1700 Working Group Discussions
1500 - 1530 Open Break Period
1700 Adjourn
Friday, 21 March 2004
0800 Coffee
0830 - 1000 Working Group Presentations
1000 - 1020 Break
1050 - 1130 Discussion - Next Steps
1130 Adjourn


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