KNIGHTHOOD CONFERENCE VILLAGE AT SEAWORK

Seawork Conference in action

The Seawork Conference is a must for all involved in the commercial marine industry who wish to explore the challenges, changes and emerging opportunities in today’s and tomorrow’s commercial marine and workboat sector.

In the free to attend Seawork Conference, there will be sessions run on Maritime Apprenticeships and Training, as well as speakers and presentations from the National Workboat Association, Maritime Skills Alliance and the ever-popular Ministry of Defence (MOD) procurement session.

The Seawork Commercial Marine conference, also held In the Knighthood Conference Village, will cover the following topics in the 2018 programme:

USV’s

  • What does it take to get a USV on the water and operate?
  • Design, what are the implications
  • Technology developments, are we ready?
  • Application
  • USV in a mixed maritime environment

Hybrid

  • The financial impact – design, development and operation
  • Hybrid and wind farm operations
  • Application & efficiencies

If you are interested in participating as a speaker, or would like to put forward an abstract for 2018, please email: conferences@seawork.com to see if any opportunities are still available.

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