The NOC is returning to Oceanology International this year at London Excel (17–19 March 2020). We’ll have a new expanded exhibition stand, and a number of colleagues will be participating in conference sessions which are listed below. This page will be updated as further details are confirmed. Timings and locations are subject to change. See the full conference programme here.
To arrange a meeting with us at the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit stand J451 at the show.
Technical Tracks – NOC conference sessions
Tuesday 17 March
Biochemistry and Salinity 14:30–16:00 South Gallery Room 5
Chaired by Professor Matt Mowlem, Head of Ocean Technology and Engineering, NOC
15:30–15:50 Presentation by Professor Matt Mowlem, Head of Ocean Technology and Engineering, NOC – ‘Lab-on-chip chemical sensors for science and offshore carbon capture and storage applications’
Wednesday 18 March
Unmanned Vehicles Concepts of Operations 10:00–11:30 South Gallery Rooms 3 & 4
11:00–11:20 Presentation by Matthew Kingsland, Senior Robotics Engineer, NOC – ‘NOC Marine Autonomous Robotics Systems - Latest Developments’
Thursday 19 March
Real World Examples 11:45–13:15 South Gallery Rooms 7 & 8
12:05–12:25 Presentation by Matthew Kingsland, Senior Robotics Engineer, NOC – ‘Precise Positioning For Persistent AUVs’
Marine Geophysics 11:45–13:05 South Gallery Rooms 7 & 8
12:25–12:45 Presentation by Dr Mike Clare, Marine Geoscience Researcher, NOC – ‘Developing A Listening Network For Seafloor Geohazards’
About Oceanology International
Oceanology International is celebrating 50 years as the world’s largest ocean technology exhibition and conference. More than 500 exhibitors will join the celebration in the only event that brings together the three key players in the industry: businesses, academics and government. Live demonstrations and interactive seminars accompany a host of new features to be announced soon.
With over 8,000 attendees expected this year, Oceanology International is a must-attend event for those involved in exploring, monitoring, developing or protecting the world’s oceans, from seabed to surface and beyond. Join us in London in March to discover game-changing innovations and solutions transforming the future of ocean technology.