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Exhibition Preview Oceanology International

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Oi2020: A Preview ith 50 years of expertise, Oceanology Interna- trials were demonstrated in the Royal Victoria Dock. Exhibi- tional is the world’s largest ocean technology tors included companies specializing in a wide range of ocean exhibition and conference, and a must-attend technology ranging from software development to underwater

Wevent for those involved in exploring, monitor- communication, geophysics, offshore construction, metrology ing, developing or protecting the world’s oceans, from seabed and environmental management.

to surface and beyond. Note some of the many bene? ts of exhibiting and/or attend-

Known as the world’s leading exhibition and conference for ing Oi2020 in London next year: marine science and ocean technology communities, the event • Connect with 8,000 visitors and position your business attracts individuals and teams belonging to academia, indus- as an innovator and expert within the ocean technology and try, and government to gather every two years to showcase marine science communities.

the latest advancements and innovations in the ? eld of marine • With the event’s range of networking, opportunities, technology. you’ll be able to connect with leading buyers and suppliers in

The next Oceanology International Exhibition (Oi2020) will the ocean technology and marine science industries, including be held at ExCel London from March 17-19, 2020, and at- marine renewables, oil and gas, maritime defense and aqua- tendees will have the opportunity to discover game-changing culture, as well as many other end-user sectors, making it the innovations and solutions from more than 480 global suppli- ideal event to diversify your business.

ers. The event will also feature a diverse selection of educa- • As the leading forum where industry, academia and tion-based sessions designed to boost attendees’ technical and government share knowledge and connect with the world’s market knowledge. Several social and networking events will marine science and ocean technology communities. Oi2020 be held so that attendees can connect and discuss business will feature the world’s top manufacturers and suppliers of with industry colleagues and friends in a relaxed and casual ocean technologies and components and global service pro- setting. viders and contractors.

• The event venue’s dockside position gives exhibitors an

The most recent Oceanology International event was held excellent opportunity to demonstrate their equipment in ac- in London in March 2018. More than 500 companies from tion to the global marine science community. Visitors are able 79 countries exhibited at the Oi18 Marine Science Exhibition to watch live coverage of equipment at work via the popular and Conference. Many companies and event partners hosted elevated viewing platforms on the dockside or via a covered social events at their respective booths while live equipment private meeting area as well as network.

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