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London marine engineering, science, technology conference July 2-3

THE Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) will hold conferences on two themes Tuesday July 2 and Wednesday July 3 at America Square Conference Centre in London

London marine engineering, science, technology conference July 2-3

THE Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) will hold conferences on two themes Tuesday July 2 and Wednesday July 3 at America Square Conference Centre in London

07 June 2019 - 19:00

THE Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) will hold conferences on two themes Tuesday July 2 and Wednesday July 3 at America Square Conference Centre in London.

One focuses on the Engine As A Weapon (EW VIII) and the other on Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference (MECSS 2019) - are to be held for the first time alongside each other at America Square Conference Centre.



EW VIII, with its theme 'Evolving intelligent platforms for the future battlespace', will be chaired by Cdr Ian Hassall Royal Navy, T45 deputy team leader and T45 platform chief engineer, Ministry of Defence while MECSS 2019 (the fourth in the biennial series) has as its theme 'Inspiring safer systems at sea' and is chaired by Kevin Daffey, director ship intelligence, engineering and technology, commercial marine, Rolls-Royce.



'There are clear synergies between these two seminal IMarEST learned society events, indeed their themes complement each other' explains Cdr Ian Hassall.



'The first day of presentations will be held jointly, with the second day splitting into two parallel sessions focussing on topics specific to each event. At the end of Day One, we are considering a Debate involving all participants, which worked extremely well at MECSS 2017.'



Mr Daffey highlights the strength of combining the two events: 'There are technical commonalities between them which will be of considerable interest to both. For example: electrical safety hazards; autonomy and applications of AI; system integration and challenges around cyber security.'



For more information: Judith Patten @ JPPR - tel: +44 (0)20 8241 1912; Email:judithpatten@JPPR.uk.com.


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