Seawork is a ‘one stop shop’ providing access to the commercial marine and workboat business. It is the largest European commercial marine exhibition held at the Mayflower Park in Southampton, United Kingdom.
Now in its 23rd year, Seawork offers a unique combination of 18,000m² undercover exhibition space, open air demonstrations and more than 70 vessels and floating exhibits.
Special highlights of this edition:
USV Conference - Wednesday 22nd June 2022 - Morning Session
Unmanned Surface Vessels and how their roles are developing in the Survey, Oceanographic, Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas, Transport and Defence sectors. The USV market was estimated at $534m in 2018 and with significant investment in the manufacture and development of advanced technology, is projected to reach $1,020 million by 2023. This session will highlight how the role of USV’s is making a positive impact in these sectors and how they can benefit future business. The 2022 Conference will be chaired by Peter Collinson, Founder of Dendrityca Limited.
Hybrid & Electric Propulsion Conference - Thursday 23rd June 2022 - Morning Session
With Government legislation and environmental considerations key to reducing emission levels, this half day Conference session will explore the progress being made with hybrid and electric propulsion in the commercial marine and workboat markets. Gain insight into case studies which demonstrate where hybrid and electric propulsion is successfully making a difference – review the benefits to business and engage in the discussions on the challenges faced by the industry. The 2022 Conference will be chaired by Noel Tomlinson, Future Business Development at BMT & SMI Workboat Working Group Lead.
Find out more about the full conference agenda and opportunities here: www.seawork.com/
Cadence will be there and our CFD experts are looking forward to meeting you! Come visit us at our booth.
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And to learn more now about CFD software that functions as a virtual towing tank, check out our Marine / Naval Architecture page.