The Training and Demonstration program – featuring 130-plus hours of new technologies demonstrated in the dockside waters, onboard vessels and in the classroom – is also now live and can be viewed on the Ocean ulasan film Business website.
The sessions will allow visitors to see tomorrow’s world today and meet the experts behind cutting-edge technology in an ocean environment.
Highlights include the latest in autonomous vehicle underwater monitoring from EvoLogics; next generation ROVs from international innovators such as Saab Seaeye, Oceanbotics and Deep Trekker; Maritime Robotics’ collision avoidance systems; and ground-breaking advances in AUV technology from Singapore’s BeeX, with a vehicle that can autonomously inspect platform structures using a positioning system from UK company Sonardyne.
Inside the exhibition, visitors will be able to see pioneering developments across the ocean technology sector and find solutions to shape the future of their business.
Key industry players, including Teledyne Marine, Kongsberg Marine, Planet Ocean, and AAE Technologies, among many others, will be out in force this year, showcasing products and services, all with a focus on fast changing technology.
Ocean Business 2023 will also host a one-day, free-to-attend conference – on top of a series of associated, on-site meetings – with a line-up of the industry’s brightest minds addressing the key issues of the day.