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​MINKE supports The EOOS Technology Forum 2022

By February 11, 2022May 17th, 2022No Comments

MINKE supports The EOOS Technology Forum 2022
Thinking Ahead: The Technology of the Science We Will Need for the Ocean We Want

Registrations are now open!

The EOOS Technology Forum is a biennial event designed to help create and strengthen links between technology users, developers and providers in ocean observing across the public and private sectors from European countries.

This year’s workshop is organised by EuroGOOS with the support of the EuroSea project and endorsed as an activity of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. It will take place as a virtual event on the 22-24 March 2022 (14:00-17:30 UTC). The workshop will contribute to the UN Ocean Decade and will explore the technological advances needed through the lens of two main societal requirements:

  • “A clean ocean where sources of pollution are identified and removed”
  • “A healthy and resilient ocean where marine ecosystems are mapped and protected”

The forum will be using the topic of “marine pollution: monitoring, forecasting, and mitigating the impact on marine life and coastal populations” as a case study to explore technology developments and applications that cut across disciplines, needs and sectors.

The workshop will feature high profile keynote speakers and panelists to explore and discuss the technological requirements, priorities, and technological solutions to help achieve a healthy and clean ocean. More info here.

 

We want to hear about you in our “Show and Tell” sessions

Each day we will convene these sessions focusing on different topics to provide the opportunity for ocean industry, manufacturers, tech and sensor developers and technologists to present 5-minute flash talks about their new developments and approaches with the potential to help achieve two main UN Ocean Decade goals mention above.

Our Show and Tell session topics include: “Sensor and technology development”, “Ocean instrument platforms and platform integration”, “Cyber-infrastructure, AI and applications”

Abstract submissions are now open and will close on the 20th February 2022

Call for abstracts open! Please click here to submit your abstract

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