Bridging the Gap between Ocean Science, Technology and the Naval Community
A unique international event, Naval Survey & Ocean Intelligence will explore opportunities for collaboration between commercial industry, the ocean science community and operational navies to shape a more unified response to the challenges and threats faced in the current and future maritime domain. Improved awareness of user needs and greater cooperation will enable a wide range of stakeholders to benefit from better data gathering, analysis and information sharing technologies and processes to support naval mission planning, situational awareness and and decision-making in blue water and littoral environments.
This year’s theme is ‘Bridging the Gap between Ocean S&T and the Naval Community’. To maintain dominance in the ocean sciences, navies must invest in material, manpower and skills in the disciplines of oceanography and hydrography, and the continued research, development and acquisition of collection assets such as survey vessels and autonomous systems, sensor fusion and exploitation technology, and data processing and dissemination. To be effective in the long-term, such investments require strategic partnerships with the ocean science community and industry, both of which need a clear appreciation of naval mission objectives and user needs.
2018 Speaker Faculty
Former National Hydrographer
Director, Naval Hydrography
Hydrographer of the Navy
Director of Hydropgrahy
Bangladesh Navy HQ
Deputy Director, Hydrographic Directorate
Commander, Hydrographic Office
Director of National Security and Strategic Studies Office
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Command and Staff College
Commander, Hydrographic and Oceanographic Center
Director of Science and Technology
UK National Oceanography Centre
NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation
Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office (STO)
Danish Centre for Military Studies
Ukraine Advanced Research and Development Agency
Maritime Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group
Platform Systems Division
Chair, Meteorology & Oceanography Domain Working Group, Open Geospatial Consortium & IT Fellow, Operational Infrastructures
UK MET Office
" Very interesting summit, with excellent speaker panel "
" Good mix of industry and government, a great conference for better understanding user requirements"
" Event provided a good overview of the requirements of a range of Navies which will help us develop a strategy for approaching the market "
" Highly valuable "
" The conference very informative from a vendor point of view "
"Good panorama. I Liked the mixing of Govenmental Agencies and Industry"
" Very valuable networking opportunity "
" It was very valuable to share experiences and thought in survey aspects around the world "
" Many thanks for this great event "