Ocean Business 2023 Registration Now Open
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Ocean Business 2023 Registration Now Open

Ocean Business 2023 is around the corner. The global technology and science exhibition for marine industries is fast approaching, and registration is now open for the three-day event, taking place from 18–20 April 2023 at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, England. This year’s exhibition is expected to attract record crowds from around the world, with over 300 manufacturers and service providers already booked for the sold-out event.

This year’s Ocean Business promises to be better than ever, with unrivalled networking opportunities and the chance to see the latest in marine technology. The Training and Demonstration programme is now live, featuring over 130 hours of new technologies demonstrated in the dockside waters, onboard vessels and in the classroom. You’ll be able 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, next-generation ROVs from international innovators, collision avoidance systems and groundbreaking advances in AUV technology.

Pioneering Industry and Scientific Developments

Inside the exhibition, attendees will be able to see pioneering developments across the ocean technology sector and find solutions to shape the future of their businesses. Key industry players, including Teledyne Marine, Kongsberg Maritime, Planet Ocean, AAE Technologies and many others, will be out in force showcasing their products and services, all with a focus on fast-changing technology.

In addition to the exhibition, there will be a one-day, free-to-attend conference with a line-up of the industry’s brightest minds addressing the key issues of the day. And for the first time, MARELEC, the world’s only conference dedicated to marine electromagnetics, will run alongside Ocean Business. Delegates will hear from eminent scientists, engineers and academics about the progress made in the past four years in fields such as geophysics, geotechnical engineering, oceanography and naval warfare.

On top of all this, there is the Ocean Careers programme, offering students the chance to connect with potential employers and gain valuable insights from industry professionals. According to Cheri Arvonio, event director at show organizer Diversified Communications, Ocean Business provides a platform for forging relationships and growing business networks. She is confident that this year’s event will live up to its reputation as the perfect meeting place for the ocean industry. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity – register now for Ocean Business 2023!

Ocean Business is completely free to attend with online registration.

Aerial view of the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton. (Image courtesy: NOC)