Latest marine tech showcased at Shipbuilding Technology Forum

Opportunities abound for various companies as Canada moves forward with its multi-billion dollar shipbuilding program. To stay on top of the game your organizations needs to be in the know on not only what are the emerging maritime technologies and trends but you also must have a clear understanding of what DND, the Navy and Coast Guard need.

Vanguard’s upcoming Shipbuilding Technology Forum in Ottawa this March 2nd is the one-day conference where you’ll find out about the latest technologies being used in the industry and what are the critical marine and shipbuilding issues impacting the space. The conference also presents attendees with the unique opportunity to take part in a meaningful dialogue between industry, government, and military stakeholders.

This conference is a must-attend for:

  • Marine Industries: Shipbuilding, Ship Maintenance & Repair, Coast Guard, Logistics & Support, Classification Societies
  • Government: Federal, Provincial, Regional Development Agencies
  • DND and Royal Canadian Navy
  • Industry contractors:
  • Primes, Tier 1, suppliers
  • SMEs and consultants:
  • Suppliers of parts, services, support

Set in the historic Fairmont Chateau Laurier Hotel on 1 Rideau St., in Ottawa, the event features Jody Thomas, commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard, and Francois Cordeau, vice-president of engineering for the National Research Council, as main speakers.

Among the topics that will be tackled during the panel discussions are Modern Waste Management at Sea; Innovative Marine Technologies; and Design Considerations for Arctic Operations.

For more information on sponsorship or registration, please contact Terri Pavelic via email at terri@promotivemedia.ca or call her at 905-727-3875, x2.

To find out more about The Shipbuilding Forum, click on this link.

 

Author: Nestor Arellano

Nestor Arellano is editor of Vanguard Magazine. Nestor is a seasoned journalist who has written extensively on defence and military industry issues as well as technology and business developments. He is also associate editor of Vanguard's sister publication, IT in Canada.

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