Solicitation Deadline 18 Feb 2015 6:00AM EST
Its bio-mimicry provides additional security during low visibility intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions and friendly hull inspections, while quieter than propeller driven craft of the same size
The Naval Future Force: Science & Technology (S&T) Expo is the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) premier event. Formerly the Naval S&T Partnership Conference & ASNE Expo, the aim of the conference is to:
This Department of the Navy approved event will be held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, on February 4-5, 2015. Naval Future Force S&T Expo is held in co-sponsorship with the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE).
Who should attend?
Industry, government, academia, small businesses, research agencies, labs, naval and S&T community leaders, international partners, and other military services.
S&T Focus Areas will to be explored at the expo conference:
In addition, complimentary topics will run concurrently on:
Registration will open September 15 with special, one-week only rates. Be sure to visit www.NavalFutureForce.org to register and learn more about the event.
The world’s most premier event for Commercial Diving Contractors, Remotely Operated Vehicles, Manned Submersibles, and all other aspects of the Underwater Operations Industry will take place at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA. February 10-12, 2015.
Underwater Intervention is a not-for-profit industry conference and exhibition, jointly owned by the Association of Diving Contractors International and the ROV Committee of the Marine Technology Society. Until the early 1990’s, these two non-profit, professional organizations hosted separate conferences – ROV Intervention and the Diving Symposium.
The increased common ground between the commercial diving and ROV (remotely operated vehicles) industries created an atmosphere ripe for a merger of the two conferences. In 1993, the first Underwater Intervention was hosted in San Diego, California. Now, 22 ears later, Underwater Intervention has grown to encompass more industries in addition to Commercial Diving and Remotely Operated Vehicles. We now include Manned Submersibles, Instruments and Sensors, Sonar and Acoustics, Ocean Engineering, Marine Salvage and Shipwrecks, AUV and UUV Technology.