The MOOS-DAWG 2015 meeting is hosted by MIT and funding for the main event is derived solely from the attendee registration fees. Further support has been provided by Battelle, and Clearpath Robotics. Funding for the kickoff barbecue is provided by Bluefin Robotics, and funding for MOOS-IvP over the last decade has been funded by ONR Code 311 (see below).

MOOS and MOOS-IvP Development: ONR-311 and Battelle

ONR has been sponsoring software and optimization algorithm development used in MOOS-IvP for roughly the last decade.

The Office of Naval Research (ONR):


Since the beginning of 2011, Battelle has provided further support for the development of MOOS-IvP as well as further development of MOOS at Oxford. They have also funded the development of MIT 2.680 Marine Autonomy Sensing and Communications, a new undergraduate and graduate level course in the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering.

MOOS at Oxford is currently funded by the Office of Naval Research, Dr. Behzad Kamgar-Parsi, ONR-311, the European Commission under grant agreement number FP7-231888-EUROPA and the UK's EPSRC.