MTS welcomes new organizational members

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MTS welcomes three new organizational members in February

Join us in welcoming three new organizational members to the Marine Technology Society! Jumping on board is Sea & Shoreline LLC, Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc., and Guide Star Engineering LLC.

About Sea & Shoreline
Sea & Shoreline joins MTS with a mission to restore aquatic ecosystems, taking dirty, mucky, algae-dominated bodies of water, and turning them into beautiful, healthy, clean, clear, sustainable ecosystems that support plants, fish, animals, anglers, ecotourism, and local economies.

In response to the high incidence of Florida manatees perishing from starvation due to disappearing seagrass meadows, their primary food source, Sea & Shoreline has launched a new campaign titled Seagrass Saves Sea Life. The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness and educate consumers and legislators on the positive environmental and ecological benefits of seagrass, and to provide updates on current projects underway to restore seagrass in Florida's waterways.

About Integrated Systems Solutions
Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc. (ISS) is a service disabled, veteran-owned business (SDVOSB) that provides high-value professional services in program management, communications and outreach, IT Services, requirements management, systems engineering and technical services.

ISS represents a wide range of federal, civilian, defense and state agencies, which include NOAA, NASA, USPTO, VA, USAF and more.

About Guide Star Engineering
Guide Star Engineering (GSE) is a high-technology Engineering Services Company that specializes in hardware and software engineering design, research and development, systems testing, and systems integration in diversified industrial and government markets. GSE supports clients in Construction, Industrial Automation, Defense/Aerospace, Information/Communication Technology and Ocean Engineering with engineering services that include management, design, development, prototyping and production.

GSE recently developed a Miniature Digital Hydrophone (MDH) Project for students to learn about the underwater world through sound. The MDH helps students make first-hand discovery of what's happening beneath the waves. Students can use the MDH to record sounds from a fish tank, a pool, or the open ocean, and use open-source software to listen and visualize the sounds.

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