See us on Stand 62 and Speaking at 14:00 on 7 February
The NOC is a world leading centre in ocean modelling and the forecasting of shelf sea dynamics.
The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is the UK’s leading institute for integrated ocean research and technology development from the coast to the deep ocean. Working with our partners we provide large scale, long-term, marine science capability including: major facilities, sustained ocean observing and modelling, mapping and survey, data management, and scientific advice.
The NOC is at the forefront of research to improve understanding of the underlying processes influencing hazards that face assets owners and operators along the coast. Our expertise includes environmental modelling, in-situ and remote sensing of the marine and coastal environment together with specialist development of marine observing solutions to validate models and provide real time or near real time information. We also specialise in the development of new analyses and data processing algorithms to gain insights from existing observations, assimilating different data sources to gain new environmental knowledge. The centre has been providing information, software and advice to the public and private sectors for over 80 years. See the Marine Data Products page on our website for further information.
Wednesday 7th February 2018, 14:00
Data Gathering Analysis, Dr Thomas Prime, Applied Ocean Modeller
This presentation will provide an overview of some of the recent developments in ocean modelling, and remote and in-situ sensing; alongside examples of physical changes that are being more effectively understood through research. We will conclude with information on how companies can engage with the wider scientific research base to improve their performance and manage environmental risks.
Contact for meetings:
Ms Christine Sams
Business Development Manager
M: +44(0)7720 206250