Launch of a SBRI competition to assess and develop, novel adaptive autonomous ocean sampling network (AAOSN) management systems.
Oceanology International 2014 is the only forum in Asia where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.
The Technology Strategy Board in partnership with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, dstl, will be holding three consortia building/networking events in September 2014 to provide delegates with information on the up-coming collaborative R&D competitions in Maritime Autonomous Systems (opening in October 2014) and the intended Vessel Efficiency III competition (expected in January 2015).
The UK National Pavilion is full - now is the time to take advantage of the brochure display offer
This seminar will help companies assess the importance of exploiting the naval defence and maritime security markets of Central and South America
The third meeting of the AMSI Council in 2014
A discussion meeting on the concept of carbon capture and storage (CCS) for limiting CO2 emissions from fossil fuel electricity generators
The fifth meeting of the BMEA Council in 2014
The fifth meeting of the PTG Council in 2014
A rare opportunity to visit the Port of London Authority at Gravesend
to learn more about their role and see the port in action
The fourth meeting of the BNEA Council in 2014
Exciting Marine Trade Fair based in Changwon, at the centre of Korea’s world leading Shipbuilding and maritime industries plus a trade mission to the world's leading shipyards nearby and on Geoje Island
The final meeting of the MSSG Council in 2014
Oceanology International 2013 is the only forum in Asia where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.
Developed with government and industry associations, Oceanology International China will provide organisations with the opportunity to capitalise on China’s rapidly developing offshore energy & marine industries.
This event is an opportunity to make new contacts and find business opportunities with professionals and decision makers from China's Oceanology Sector and to reach out to Chinese buyers. An increasing number of state and academic bodies are throwing their full weight behind the exploration of marine science and technology innovation, marine industry development, marine environmental protection and regional economic cooperation
There will be an opportunity to meet Mr Chen Li Ming, the Society’s representative in Shanghai who will be able to assist firms do business in China.
It is intended to organise a seminar with Chinese buyers and all UK Group exhibitors will be given priority to make a short presentation at the event (subject to confirmation and not part of the contract).
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is the group organiser for the UK Group. Companies are hereby invited to join the UK Group by exhibiting in the UK pavilion using the group shell scheme.
Clementina Upton, Events Manager, Society of Maritime Industries e: firstname.lastname@example.org: 0207 448 7023
Registered Office:Society of Maritime Industries Ltd28 - 29 Threadneedle Street,London, EC2R 8AY UKReg. No: 00883132 T: 020 7628 2555F: 020 7638 4376E: email@example.com
The Society of Maritime Industries is a strategic partner in the UK Marine Industries Alliance
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