Technical Tracks Overview

Technical Program Tracks

The technical conference program will explore the latest developments in ocean science and technology and their application in support of safe and sustainable use of the ocean and protection of the marine environment. Take a look at the tracks below for an overview of the topics we will be covering.

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    Hydrography, Geophysics & Geotechnics

    This conference track will focus on offshore site investigation including data collection, processing and analysis techniques used in mapping and pre-engineering studies of the offshore environment to understand the physical nature of the seabed and sub-seabed.

    Marine Pollution & Environmental Stressors

    This conference track will focus on tools and techniques to address oil and chemical spills and other forms of marine pollution, including plastics and other debris. It will include consideration of understanding and mitigating large scale environmental changes associated with climate change, such as ocean acidification. 

    Navigation & Positioning  

    This conference track will look at the latest techniques and technologies for navigation and positioning on and below the sea surface. 


  • Observation & Sensing

    This conference track will explore the latest developments in measurement techniques and instrumentation for monitoring of ocean and atmospheric physics, chemistry, biology, and genomics as well as associated advances in analytical techniques and modelling.

    Ocean ICT

    This conference track will consider the latest developments of ocean data communications, the application of big data analytics, machine learning and advanced visualisation techniques. 


    Unmanned Vehicles, Vessels & Robotics

    This conference track will focus on innovative developments and applications in marine autonomous systems, including Robotics, AUVs, ROVs and ASVs.

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