Aberdeen – Evening Meeting – Seabed Machines – Developments and Operations
The Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen AB10 7GJ
19 April, 2017
An evening meeting that will highlight technology developments in a wide array of seabed machines and how that translates through to operational efficiencies for our underwater industry.
Chairman: Jim Mann – JMCS Ltd
Lars Lundberg, Saab Seaeye – Discussing seabed resident robotic technologies across a range of markets
Mike Blackett, Canyon Offshore: Presenting on the evolution of the Canyon jet and mechanical trenchers and how Canyon has diversified across the market opportunities.
Mike Wilson, Ecosse Subsea: Presenting the SCAR Seabed System for Pre-Cut Trenching, Boulder Clearance and Backfill Operations.
Please note – Ample parking is available at the Robert Gordon University and is free after 4pm, the closest car park is directly opposite the entrance to the Sir Ian Wood building. Registration open from 5:30pm. Presentations will run from 18:00 until 19:30 and will be followed by a networking buffet.