Marine Tech Expo 2020 - Abstract submission now open

Tuesday 30 June 2020 - Friday 3 July 2020

Queen Anne's Battery, Plymouth

Plymouth’s Marine Tech Expo will return to the city from 30 June to 3 July 2020, as part of the Mayflower 400 programme of events.

This four day expo offers a platform to showcase, network and collaborate with the world class marine technology sector that exists in the South West.

PML is assisting with the organisation of this event which will offer the opportunity for attendees to view in and on-water live demonstrations, both at the expo and out in Plymouth Sound, coordinated by the Future Autonomous at Sea Technologies (FAST) Cluster.

Abstract submission now open - deadline 6th September 2019

2020’s expo offers the opportunity for conference paper expression submissions, for the latest in cutting edge research and technology on the topics of Autonomous Applications and Sustainable Marine to present at the event.

Submissions will be reviewed by the Marine Tech Expo organising committee comprising of industry experts and knowledge partners. Successful applicants will be notified by December 2019 with a request for a full conference paper submission by February 2020.

All conference papers submitted will be entered into the award for Most Innovative Conference Paper at the Marine Tech Awards gala dinner which will be held as part of the Expo on Thursday 2 July.

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