Learn, debate and network at Oi 2022 at our NEW conferences
|We know you like to plan your itinerary for Oceanology International, so to help we thought we’d highlight a few of the Conferences and Dockside activity that you can benefit from. We offer attendees 3 days of curated content that includes show floor conferences and technical tracks. These are our top pics to date, more to come.|
|The New Blue Economy: This panel will explore how emerging capabilities for acquiring ocean data & delivering actionable ocean information can enable a growing Blue Economy. |
Speakers include: Rick Spinrad (Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere & NOAA Administrator) & Claire Jolly (Head of Innovation Policies for Space and Oceans Unit).
Energy Transition: This panel will detail how the pressing need for climate change mitigation & adaptation is driving a profound transition in the use of the ocean as a source of energy.
Speakers include: Brent Wanner (International Energy Agency), Alistair Dutton (Global Wind Energy Council) & Andrew Hodgson (Global Underwater Hub).
Technology In Support Of Science: This session will explore how technological innovation enables ocean scientific research & will explore how emerging technologies will underpin delivering ‘the science we need for the ocean we want’. Speakers include: Vladimir Ryabinin (Inter-governmental Oceanographic Commission – UNESCO-IOC), Professor Ed Hill (National Oceanography Centre) & Dr Jyotika Virmani (Schmidt Ocean Institute)
|The Dockside will be a bustling hub of activity with demos happening daily and a flotilla of moored vessels. Expect demos from: Teledyne Marine, OceanAlpha, CEIIA, Blueye, Seafloor Systems and L3Harris. Moored vessels include exhibits from Hays Ships, Norbit Subsea, Sonardyne, & Briggs Marine Contractors.|