The Oceans of Knowledge conference series considers the operational use of ocean observations and technologies. Now in its third edition, the 2019 conference will focus on the specific role of ocean observations in identifying and mitigating future risks to ocean uses facilitating a sustainable blue economy.

The conference will be opened by a keynote presentation from the Organizations for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Ocean Economy Group. This keynote will summarize recent OECD work on understanding the future ocean economy and its dependence on ocean observation.

Oceans of Knowledge 2019 will be held at The Royal Institution, London on 20 November 2019 and will explore themes such as:

  • Earth observation
  • Autonomous shipping
  • Open water aquaculture
  • Marine mining
  • Offshore wind
  • Communication at sea
  • Advanced sensors
  • Expert systems and machine learning
  • Robotics and automation

View draft programme

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