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Papers please!

The Seawork Commercial Marine Conferences are a must for all involved in the commercial marine industry. An opportunity to keep updated on the changes and opportunities in these emerging markets, the format of two half day conference sessions of informative presentations followed by a panel discussion provides delegates the chance to network with key industry professionals who are presenting and participating at the Conferences.

10 June 2020 - Morning Session - USV’s growing role in the Commercial Marine Market

This half day Conference session will focus on Unmanned Surface Vessels and how their roles are developing in the Survey, Oceanographic, Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas, Transport and Defence sectors.  The USV market was estimated at $534m in 2018 and with significant investment in the manufacture and development of advanced technology, is projected to reach $1,020 million by 2023.  This session will highlight how the role of USV's is making a positive impact in these sectors and how they can benefit future business.

11 June 2020 - Morning Session - Real World Implementation of Hybrid Propulsion Solutions

With Government legislation and environmental considerations key to reducing emission levels, this half day Conference session will explore the progress being made with hybrid propulsion in the commercial marine and workboat markets.  Gain insight into case studies which demonstrate where hybrid propulsion is successfully making a difference - review the benefits to business and engage in the discussions on the challenges faced by the industry.

Call for papers is now open. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and include a biography of the Speaker. Please send abstracts to Sally Wattam - the deadline for receipt is 13 December 2019.

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