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Marine Autonomy and Technology Showcase 2020

10-12 November 2020

MATS 2020 will still feature a packed three-day programme of exhibits, presentations, panel discussions and networking, offering a unique and valuable opportunity to find out about the latest developments in marine autonomous technology and how this field is set to evolve in the years to come. The event also enables organisations to engage with the NOC to explore opportunities around funding, sharing ideas and getting those ideas in front of influential, high-profile users from the marine and maritime sector.

As ever, the event will welcome a broad range of speakers from across industry, academia, and government organisations. Each day of the showcase will see leading figures from the world of marine autonomy and technology take to the virtual stage to present on innovative and disruptive technologies, as well as highlighting current developments and future priorities and challenges.

This year’s event will feature an additional session focusing on the Command and Control, data collection and data management element of the Oceanids Programme. To express interest in joining this session – and if you have any other questions about MATS 2020 – please email NOCevents@noc.ac.uk

Tickets are priced at £130 (including VAT) for the three-day online event, with a limited number of student places available costing £80. The full programme will be announced in the coming weeks.
Don’t miss out – find out about more about MATS 2020 and book your place today by clicking on the Register here button.


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