Oceanology International 2024 Opens Registration with Promise to Inspire and Inform

Oceanology International 2024 Opens Registration with Promise to Inspire and Inform
The organizers of Oi24 have announced that visitors can register now to secure entry to next year's leading exhibition, conference and networking event in London. (Image credit: Oceanology International)

Inviting attendees to discover, connect and learn, the organizers of Oceanology International 2024 (Oi24) are revealing plans for the most forward-thinking, powerful and enriching event yet with the opening of visitor registration on November 21, 2023.

The three-day marine science, ocean technology exhibition and conference once again promises to deliver an unparalleled global marketplace and packed event schedule, with unprecedented access to comprehensive, innovative solutions, content and expertise for all those involved in exploring, protecting and sustainably operating in the world’s oceans and waterways.

oI24Visitors can register for entry now via the Oi24 website for the chance to join ocean professionals and benefit from a unique forum and networking opportunities from 12th to 14th March at London’s ExCeL.

Thousands of oceanology stakeholders, spanning industry, government and academia, from engineers, hydrographers and geotechnics to energy professionals, oceanographers, site investigators, marine surveyors and many more, will come together across a wide range of sectors, including offshore oil & gas, renewables, defence, maritime security, marine science, ports, aquaculture and subsea.

As the industry’s foremost event, the 2024 edition of Oceanology International and its co-located event OceanICT will feature an even stronger focus on future technology and transformational solutions on the exhibition floor and dockside, with hundreds of exhibitors preparing to launch products and showcase developments across the fast-paced ocean technology, science and engineering sectors. There will also be a full strategic conference program encompassing a range of Technical and Ocean Futures-focused content. Organizers are pleased to announce that, for 2024, Catch the Next Wave will be back at the event on the final day.

David Ince, Oceanology International Portfolio Director, said: “We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for visitors to book their free entry to next year’s event. At this pivotal and exciting time for the ocean technology industry, with demand exploding for new solutions in the blue tech and energy transition markets, we are looking forward to delivering an inspirational Oi event in London with the power to propel the direction, progress and impact of the sector.

“As always, Oi provides the one occasion and one location where international buyers and end users, suppliers and manufacturers can gather to do business face-to-face. Showcasing the best the industry has to offer, Oi has an enviable history and reputation which has made it a must-attend event for decades for thousands of ocean professionals. We are committed to work hard to introduce new event services, partnerships and collaborations to enhance the experience for all participants and to deliver another packed three days of exhibition and conference activity, features, workshops and one-to-one meetings.”

Key themes at Oi24 include energy transition, climate change and ocean health, offshore energy, geotechnics, hydrography and ocean science, improved sustainability in offshore operations and the development of ocean-tech investment and finance opportunities, plus new applications of autonomous systems and AI, and ocean connectivity.

Capitalizing on the advantages of ExCeL’s expansive 18,000m2 of indoor exhibition space and with the Royal Victoria Dock enabling live outdoor, on-water demonstrations, Oi is staging a number of unique features and events.


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