The Marine Tech Expo is returning on Thursday 21 June at the Roland Levinsky Building on the University of Plymouth campus.

Following its huge success in 2016, the Marine Tech Expo is returning to Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City, on Thursday 21 June at the Roland Levinsky Building on the University of Plymouth campus.

The event is designed to bring together senior decision makers, scientists, academics and entrepreneurs involved in the latest marine innovations in ocean technology and aims to support marine businesses to innovate and grow.

The programme features 34 high profile, inspiring speakers, including international keynote Ralph Rayner, non-executive chairman of Sonardyne International and Michael Jones from USA’s biggest Marine Cluster, The Maritime Alliance.

There will be networking opportunities and the opportunity to engage with industry leaders, enabling discussion about autonomous platforms and their future impact on workforce and skills, technology and the physical impact on ocean landscape.

Organised by Plymouth City Council in partnership with South Coast Marine Cluster, Plymouth University, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Babcock International, Destination Plymouth, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS), The Marine Biological Association, Department for International Trade, Sonardyne International, MSubs, Pixalytics, Thales UK, Innovate UK, Knowledge Transfer Network and Devon Chamber of Commerce, the expo is designed for professionals working in marine related businesses and organisations, including manufacturing.

Find out more about the Expo and register here.

Programme of speakers and presentations: https://www.marinetechexpo.co.uk/programme-timetable

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