Attend Seawork Connect
Seawork Connect, incorporating Marine Civils, enables visitors to network with other industry professionals after a year without in-person exhibitions. Visit exhibitor stands to see the latest products they are offering along with launches and demonstrations. Arrange video meetings and chat with other commercial marine experts on the Seawork Connect platform. Seawork Connect and Marine Civils will provide you with valuable online conferences, such as the Women in Marine Industry event and the MOD sessions, view them all on the programme and add key conferences to your calendar!
Our AI matchmaking service means that you will see relevant exhibitors, online conferences and visitors to make valuable connections with – you can message them and hold video meetings through the platform.
The Seawork Connect platform will be open for two weeks after the virtual exhibition has closed to allow for follow up calls and contracts as well as access to information.
Come and join the ever-popular MOD Session at Seawork Connect, as part of the new Seawork Connect virtual conference programme this Autumn.
Taking place on Day 3 of Seawork Connect, the session runs from 10:00–11:30 on Thursday 7 October 2021 with Society of Maritime Industries programme director, Tim Currass, as moderator. Covering strategy, next generation vessels, opportunities, equipment and support, this is your opportunity to hear direct from the MOD on doing business with defence.
This first session will focus on 'Vessel tracking & monitoring: Optimise your fleet and minimise carbon emissions with vessel tracking and monitoring technology.' Join our panel of experts to learn how the latest technology can help you monitor and reduce both fuel consumption and harmful emissions.
The Seawork Commercial Marine Conferences are a must for all involved in the commercial marine industry who wish to explore the challenges, changes and emerging opportunities in today’s and tomorrow’s commercial marine and workboat sector.
Commercial Marine USV Conference | Wednesday 6 October 10:00-11:00 BST
The Commercial Marine USV Conference introduce an online session which will provide insight and case study data on 'Decarbonising operations with the use of USV technology'. This session will look at how real-time operations are taking steps towards achieving net zero through the use of uncrewed surface vessels.
Commercial Marine Hybrid & Electric Propulsion Conference | Thursday 7 October 14:00-15:00 BST
The Commercial Marine Hybrid & Electric Propulsion Conference will deliver an online session looking at the 'Overcoming the barriers to hybrid and electric developments'. This session will discuss the challenges for the industry and the opportunities emerging with new technology and innovation.
Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering (M&CCE) Expo in association with CECA, present a series of bitesize online conferences discussing 'Decarbonisation - what is means for you and how it can help your business.' The series will look at several key topics impacting the marine civils industry, including HVO fuels and construction materials.
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