CSI CEO Introduces High School students to ROV Technology

On 1 September, CSI CEO Bruce Ford visited a local Jacksonville high school and introduced students to ROV (remotely operated vehicles) and ocean drifters.  Bruce presented to two classes associated with Terry Parker High School's ACES (Academy of Coastal and Environmental Sciences) program.  He challenged the students to participate in the upcoming MATE ROV competitions and to build, deploy and track an ocean drifter for real-world science experience.

The talk was followed by a pool demonstration of a simple ROV from NOAA's ROV in a Bag program.

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