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Oceanology International 2024

Oceanology International

We hope to see you at #Oi24

We are excited to return to Oceanology International 2024 again in London, UK from March 12-14.

Overview

Oceanology International brings together 500+ exhibitors in the only event that links the three key players in the industry: businesses, academics and government. Visit us in 2024 for innovative live on-water demonstrations and interactive seminars looking into the future of our industry.

With over 8,000 attendees targeted for 2024, it 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 at ExCel London to discover game-changing innovations and solutions transforming the future of ocean technology.

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Details:

Partner Activity

 

Marine Technology Society (MTS) Sponsored Activities

 

TUESDAY – MARCH 12

Ocean Enterprise Action Pathway

11:30 – 13:00 | South Gallery Room 5

During the MTS/GOOS/NOAA Dialogues with Industry series, the topic of standards emerged in all four sessions. We learned that standards play a crucial role in shaping commercial growth, leveling the playing field, and mitigating investment risk. But what do these standards entail, and where can we make the most significant progress?

There exists a diverse array of standards, including specifications, codes of practice, methods, and guides. These standards apply to various aspects of information technology, devices, equipment, machines, and infrastructure within the ocean domain. Examples include cables, connectors, interfaces between platforms and sensors, communication protocols, autonomy, and data management.

In this session, we invite you to engage in a dialogue about the types of standards that will be most impactful for your work. Share your challenges in achieving and enforcing standards, and let’s identify concrete next steps. This dialogue aims to foster discussions across the Ocean Enterprise and relevant standard bodies, clarifying which standards are essential and how we can collectively advance them.

New Markets: Opportunities and Challenges in Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal Research and Development (Oi)

13:30 – 16:00 | South Gallery Room 5

This Ocean Enterprise dialogue is a practitioner-focused event that will discuss the current development and science in the field of mCDR (marine carbon dioxide removal). This dialogue will convene industry leaders, public sector experts and experts from various governments to discuss the current understanding of the environmental monitoring needs and how the private sector can be part of the co-design for ocean observing technology to support baseline observations as well as opportunities for commercialization and realistic pathways for advancing mCDR technologies. Join us for in-depth presentations and engaging discussions on the future of mCDR and its impact on the Blue Economy. The workshop will focus on the following themes:

Introduction to mCDR: the community perspective: This theme will provide an overview of the state of mCDR science, the importance of carbon observing to the mCDR community and will outline the major contributors to the mCDR field. In addition to providing a scientific primer, this theme will demonstrate the need and potential for the field to scale.
mCDR Research and Development Opportunities: Expanding on the previous session, this session will dive deeper into trends and developments in mCDR technologies, particularly in terms of monitoring, reporting and verification from an industry perspective. The session will also address the business models, financing mechanisms, and market opportunities for mCDR technologies. This session will also discuss best practices for engaging the Ocean Enterprise to position itself as a leader in the advancement of the MCDR community.

Ocean Enterprise/Industry Dialogues (Oi)

16:00 – 17:00 | Oceans Future Theatre

This Ocean Enterprise dialogue is a practitioner-focused event that will discuss the current development and science in the field of mCDR (marine carbon dioxide removal). This dialogue will convene industry leaders, public sector experts and experts from various governments to discuss the current understanding of the environmental monitoring needs and how the private sector can be part of the co-design for ocean observing technology to support baseline observations as well as opportunities for commercialization and realistic pathways for advancing mCDR technologies. Join us for in-depth presentations and engaging discussions on the future of mCDR and its impact on the Blue Economy. The workshop will focus on the following themes:

Introduction to mCDR: the community perspective: This theme will provide an overview of the state of mCDR science, the importance of carbon observing to the mCDR community and will outline the major contributors to the mCDR field. In addition to providing a scientific primer, this theme will demonstrate the need and potential for the field to scale.
mCDR Research and Development Opportunities: Expanding on the previous session, this session will dive deeper into trends and developments in mCDR technologies, particularly in terms of monitoring, reporting and verification from an industry perspective. The session will also address the business models, financing mechanisms, and market opportunities for mCDR technologies. This session will also discuss best practices for engaging the Ocean Enterprise to position itself as a leader in the advancement of the MCDR community.

 

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January 11, 2024

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