Session 12 Precision Navigation: Increasing the Safety and Efficiency of U.S. Seaports, Part II

Thursday, 16 January 2020: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
158 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Host: 18th Symposium on the Coastal Environment
Christine Burns, NOAA, Office of Coast Survey, Silver Spring, MD and Andre Van der Westhuysen, IMSG at NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC, College Park, MD

10:30 AM
NOAA's Plans for Disseminating Precision Navigation Datasets
John G. W. Kelley, NOAA, Durham, NH; and J. Greenlaw, A. M. GIbbons, and E. Nagel

10:45 AM
The World of S-100: Data Standards for Navigation Systems and Beyond
Neil D. Weston, NOAA, Silver Spring, MD; and J. Greenlaw, K. Hess, E. Nagel, G. Seroka, J. Powell, and J. Kelley

11:00 AM
Encoding Hydrodynamic Model Guidance from NOAA's Operational Forecast Systems in S-111 and S-104 International Standards to Support Precision Navigation
Greg Seroka, NOAA, Silver Spring, MD; and J. Greenlaw, K. Hess, E. Nagel, J. Powell, N. D. Weston, and J. G. W. Kelley

11:15 AM
S-41X: Marine Weather Overlays for Electronic Charting Systems
Hillary Fort, NOAA/NWS/Ocean Prediction Center, College Park, MD; and J. M. Sienkiewicz and R. Daniels

11:30 AM
NOAA's New Currents Real-Time Buoy (CURBY) Supporting the Navigational Community
Katie Kirk, NOAA, Durham, NH; Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH; and L. A. Fiorentino, R. Heitsenrether, G. Dusek, and C. Paternostro

11:45 AM
Providing the Best Bathymetry to the Mariner
Glen Rice, NOAA, Durham, NH; and K. Wyllie, S. Wolfskehl, J. Kinney, C. Koprowski, Z. Burnett, and C. R. Brennan

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