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01. December 2020, 16:00 - 18:00

CANCELLED

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Dec
Mingling under arrangementet Storm i et Vannglass. Foto av Cecilie Bannow
From one of our events. Photo by Cecilie Bannow

We invite you to a networking event at our Norway stand during the Oceanology International Conference in London.

Due to the current doubts of worldwide travel and quarantine restrictions due to Covid-19. Oceanology International 2020 will be held as a 100% digital events. Learn more about the digital event.

The Ocean Sustainability Park is a 96 sqm island area at the Oceanology Exhibition dedicated to companies from Norway.

Here, you will have the opportunity to meet with 10 companies offering innovative Norwegian marine technology from the oil and gas-, maritime- and aquaculture industries. Furthermore, you will meet people from Innovation Norway and GCE Ocean Technology, as well as other participants.

The Norway stand is organised by Innovation Norway and GCE Ocean Technology.

Programme

  • Welcome by GCE Ocean Technology
  • Fingerfood, drinks and mingling with stand companies:
    • Thelma Biotel
    • Offshore Sensing - The Sailbuoy
    • Blueye Robotics
    • Ocean Innovation Norwegian Catapult Center
    • Maritime Robotics
    • Ecotone
    • OCTIO Environmental Monitoring
    • Metas
    • Fosstech
    • Actuade
    • Innovation Norway
    • GCE Ocean Technology

Participation and Costs

The event is open for all and free of charge.

Registration

Due to the current doubts of worldwide travel and quarantine restrictions due to Covid-19. Oceanology International 2020 will be held as a 100% digital events. Learn more about the digital event.


The event is in collaboration with:

Contact Information

Anne-Grethe Solbakk

Chief Financial Officer

Anne-Grethe Solbakk

Oceanology International

With 50 years of expertise, Oceanology International is the world’s largest ocean technology exhibition and conference.

With over 8.000 attendees targeted for 2020, it is a must-attend event for those involved in exploring, monitoring, developing or protecting the world’s oceans, from seabed to surface and beyond.

Learn more about Oceanology International.