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Maritime RobotX Challenge, 8-15 December 2018, Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Advancements in autonomous vehicle technology across all domains - air, land, and water - are moving fast in public and private sectors, including academia through research and competitions. In support of these advancements, the Maritime RobotX ... MoreChallenge was created. In 2012, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) launched the first biennial Maritime RobotX Challenge.

RobotX is RoboNation's most complex robotic competition to-date. Through this competition, we aspire to engage regional partners around the Pacific Rim while creating a new, high-level competition focused on autonomous surface vehicle platforms and sensors. The third RobotX Challenge will be held in December 2018 in Hawaii.

A new element of RobotX is the creation of the RobotX Forum, intended to be an interactive gathering with presentations from academia, senior officials, and industry leaders involved in the development and use of autonomous maritime systems. The second RobotX Forum will be held in December 2019, location to be announced soon.
Ocean Business, 9-11 April 2019, National Oceanography Centre (NOC), UK. Firmly established as one of the most important international events in the ocean technology calendar, Ocean Business 2019 is FREE to attend and is expected to attract more than 5,000+ visitors from over 60 countries.... More

At the very heart of Ocean Business 2019 is a three-day exhibition of over 360 companies, bringing together the world's leading manufacturers and service providers in the industry. More than just a static exhibition, Ocean Business 2019 provides visitors with an opportunity to test-drive equipment and systems, with over 180 hours of live, free to attend training and demonstration sessions, on vessels, at the dockside, in the test tank and in seminar rooms.

In addition, Ocean Business 2019 offers a selection of associated events from several key organisations in the industry, a two day technical conference and Ocean Careers, a three day event providing advice on career opportunities within the ocean technology, marine science and offshore industries.

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Oceanology International Americas, 25-27 February 2019, San Diego Convention Centre, USA. Oceanology International is the world's leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. Oi started in the UK and runs every two years, in 2019 we celebrate its 50th anniversary in San Diego for Oi Americas second edition. Over the years, ... Morethe Oi portfolio has established itself as a truly global portfolio with events in London, China and San Diego.

The 3-day conference and exhibition will be returning in 2019 newly branded as Oceanology International Americas to broaden its reach to the rest of the Americas. This is with the aim of welcoming over 2,700 attendees and enabling more than 200 exhibitors to showcase the latest ocean technologies and industry developments on the trade show floor as well as on water demos and vessels.

Attracting visitors from a variety of industries including offshore oil & gas, ports & harbours, marine renewables, maritime security and marine science, Oceanology International gives the opportunity for buyers and suppliers to do business in one location. Oceanology International offers structured networking opportunities to help suppliers establish relationships and secure business on a global scale.
In 2018, the OCEANS and Techno-Ocean meetings will be held together as a joint convention in Kobe for the first time in 10 years. In Japan, recent years have witnessed a dramatic increase in public attention towards marine-related science and technology, and our marine industries. We are therefore delighted to be able to plan the hosting of OCEANS'18 ... MoreMTS/IEEE Kobe / Techno-Ocean 2018 (OTO'18) in such a progressive environment. The theme for OTO'18 has been provisionally set under the wording "Ocean Planet – It's our home". The oceans, which cover 70% of the earth's surface, provide us with a wide variety of gifts including natural resources and energy, and we would like to use the convention to reconsider issues such as natural disasters and environmental concerns from the standpoint of the oceans. We also hope that by holding OTO'18 we will gain new opportunities to reconsider the importance of constructing and coordinating an international network under the changing international circumstances of present-times.

The Kobe Convention Center, which will be the venue for OTO'18, is conveniently located on Port Island, about 10 minutes from downtown Kobe – one of Japan's foremost tourist destinations. It connects to downtown via an efficient 'Port Liner' rail transit system and includes the International Conference Center, International Exhibition Halls, hotels and other key facilities.
Oceanology International, 13-15 March 2018, ExCeL, UK. Oceanology International, held in London in its 49th year, has firmly established itself as the world leading ocean technology marine science exhibition and conference. Every edition, Oceanology International brings together the latest technologies and thought leaders worldwide.... More

Attracting visitors from a variety of industries, including oil & gas, marine renewables and maritime defence, Oceanology International gives the opportunity for buyers and suppliers to do business in one location. Oceanology International offers structured networking opportunities to help suppliers establish relationships and secure business on a global scale.

The next show will take place from 17-19 March 2020 in London.
Discover opportunities to attend, present, exhibit and sponsor at industry events, conferences and exhibitions . Find information and details for flagship industry events such as Oceanology International, WindEnergy Hamburg, SMM Hamburg, and Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) and learn more about the latest in offshore, subsea, maritime, and marine projects, technology and innovation.