The seafloor is one of the last frontiers on our planet that man has not yet conquered. The deployment of unmanned subsurface vehicles has allowed researchers unprecedented access to these hidden depths. Generating accurate maps, monitoring wildlife changes, and assessing natural resources are just a few of the many possibilities opened by deep water exploration.

One industry that epitomizes the potential of unmanned maritime technology is the oil and gas sphere; wherein companies have gone further and deeper in search of precious resources.

Join the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), unmanned maritime experts, and oil and gas industry representatives as they examine how unmanned technology has changed how they do business and provided new avenues for exploration.

When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 03:00 PM TO 04:00 PM (EDT).

Who Should Attend?

  • Unmanned maritime system experts
  • Energy industry representatives
  • Individuals interested in the transformative applications of unmanned systems


John Boot, Solutions Engineering, Avitas Systems, a GE Venture Justin Manley, Managing Director, Just Innovation Inc.


Registration is complimentary for AUVSI member and $49 for nonmembers. Registration will close at 11:00 AM EDT the day of the webinar. Register by clicking here.

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