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Oceanology International London 2020 Postponed

As trade exhibitions and conferences globally continue to cancel or reschedule due to the COVID-19 fears, the Oceanology International 2020 exhibition scheduled for March 17-19. 2020 at ExCel London has been postponed until December 1-3, 2020, as announced by Reed Exhibitions today.Speaking about the announcement, Jonathan Heastie, Portfolio Director at Reed Exhibitions, said: “The health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and staff is of course our number one priority. We have been closely monitoring the situation and the notices issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as well as

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Oi20: Set for London in March

, due for launch in Abu Dhabi in September 2020. This impressive expansion is reflected by the way the numbers are already stacking up for the London 2020 event: more than 8,000 visitors are expected, making this landmark show the largest undertaking in Oi’s history.Accordingly, organisers Reed Exhibitions have commandeered 17,000+m2 of floorspace in ExCel London to make room for over 500 exhibiting companies and organisations from 70 countries. USV supplier OceanAlpha Group Ltd (stand G450) is just one example of companies well placed to take advantage of the ExCel’s proximity to the Royal

His Excellency Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment

#Oi2020 History

 Reed Exhibitions, under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, announced that it will launch Oceanology International Middle East 2020, a biannual event in Abu Dhabi this coming September. The new Abu Dhabi event – designed to bring together businesses, academics, and governments – will feature an exhibition, conference, and demonstration zones that cover the following sectors: Offshore Oil & Gas, Marine Science, Offshore Construction, Ports and Shipping, Academia, Marine Renewables and Environment protection, Government, Fisheries and Aqua culture

David Ince, Event Director, Oi

Interview: David Ince, Event Director, Oi

and innovation help drive effective solutions as different industries and governments look to the world’s oceans as a solution for sustainable and responsible resource development.With the Arabian Gulf and Indian Ocean region increasing its footprint across different marine environments Reed Exhibitions and Oceanology International is perfectly aligned to help answer these challenges. At the end of our 50th anniversary, we are excited to bring this event and the connections it can facilitate between the international community and regional stakeholders to the Middle East, alongside established

Marine Technology Reporter published a supplement to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Oceanology International. Photo: MTR

Oi: Tracking 50 Years of Ocean Innovation

of the Slide Rule’. Calculators’ were big heavy metal things.  The HP-35 blew everyone’s mind, then their budgets." -- Kevin Hardy. Photo courtesy Oceanology InternationalOceanology International Evolves, tooTwo years after moving to EXCEL, Spearhead sold Oceanology to Reed Exhibitions, a move that would see the event expand and internationalize. Into the 2010s, the show once again started going international. Oceanology in London saw 7,728 attendees from 70 countries in 2012. In 2013, Oceanology International launched OI China in Shanghai. London continued to grow, with more

Attached here is a link to the first commemorative edition, which was produced in advance of Oceanology International Americas, set for San Diego in two weeks: https://magazines.marinelink.com/NWM/Others/OI50/

Commemorative Edition: Oi Turns 50

Marine Technology Reporter partnered with REED Exhibitions to produce the first of two special supplements to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Oceanology International, the largest and arguably the best subsea industry conference and exhibition in the world since its founding in 1969,Attached here is a link to the first commemorative edition, which was produced in advance of Oceanology International Americas, set for San Diego in two weeks: https://magazines.marinelink.com/NWM/Others/OI50/My thanks to Elaine Maslin, who did a fantastic job in bringing to life the people, the technology and the

Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions

Voices: Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions

As Oceanology International celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2019, Marine Technology Reporter visits with show director Jonathan Heastie of Reed Exhibitions for his insights on the development an direction of the organization’s Oceanology Americas event, scheduled for February 25-27, 2019, in San Diego.Thank you for taking the time to talk to us. Oceanology International Americas 2019 is set for San Diego. Give us an overview of the exhibition… by the numbers… from the 2017 event. What are your expectations, in numbers, for 2019?Well, we’re hugely excited to be

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OI 2018 London: That's a Wrap

Just back from London and the Oceanology International exhibition put on at Excel London, and without hesitation it is clear to see that Reed Exhibitions retains the honor of putting together the largest, best and most influential subsea business and technology conference and exhibition in the world.   I and the entire staff of Marine Technology Reporter regularly traverse the globe all year long, visiting, attending and exhibiting at events large and small, near and far. There are many fine events, but the Oceanology International event in London perpetually seems to put it all together

Photo from Catch the Next Wave at Oceanology International 2016 (Photo: Reed Exhibitions)

Parallel Events Add Depth to Oceanology International

A series of complementary showcases are set to make 2018’s Oceanology International the most comprehensive forum in the event’s 49 year history.   The Oceanology International 2018 exhibition and conference, will runs from March 13 to 15 at ExCel, London, as organizer Reed Exhibitions looks to expand the event’s remit. The 24th edition of this biennial global forum will spotlight technological developments including robotics, advanced sensor technology and autonomous systems. The conference program, meanwhile, will include 11 free-to-attend technical tracks, all chaired

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