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Next Generation Marine Power and Propulsion Conference, 18th-19th April 2018, Southampton

The Next Generation Marine Power & Propulsion Conference is being held at the Grand Harbour, Southampton on 18th and 19th April 2018. All sectors are invited to participate in this unique event that focuses on viable solutions for sub IMO / sub 24 metre vessels. As most new power and propulsion technology is proving to be scalable this knowledge is becoming increasingly relevant to vessels of all sizes.

Armed with the latest knowledge from around the world this international group will identify the viability of utilising innovative power systems. For commercial, professional and military end user organisations the unique knowledge gained from presentations and networking sessions will help to shape long term decisions that lead to improvements for in-service systems and procurement of next generation vessels.

Attendees include commercial, professional and military end-user organisations, along with boat operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, mechanical & electrical engineers, naval architects and legislators. Presentations will include the latest power systems for passenger ferries, pilot boats, patrol craft, survey vessels, wind farm support vessels, superyacht tenders, military and unmanned craft.

Conference topics will include:

* Here & Now Technology - how industry is adopting viable solutions.
* Next Generation Systems - within a few years of commercial release.
* Innovations & Future Possibilities - pushing the boundaries forward.
* Diesel Engine Efficiency - reducing emissions and increasing performance.
* Powertrain Innovations - improving propulsion and fuel savings.
* Hybrid Systems - are now commercially available and in-service.
* Fuel Cells - crossover technologies from automotive to maritime.
* CFD Modelling & Testing - improving hulls and propulsion systems.
* Learning From Other Sectors - auto, aviation, space and sub-sea power.
* Autonomous Vessels - requiring low maintenance power and propulsion.

There is a discount rate for members of British Marine, RINA, SSA, UKMPA, UKHMA, YBDSA.
Supporters include University of Southampton, Southampton Marine & Maritime Institute (SMMI), Super Yacht Captains, Maritime Reporter (US), News (US), Marine Link (US), Maritime Journal (EU).

For more information please contact the Event Manager Julie Arthur on +44 (0)7449 000228 or email info@hybridmarine-power.com

For full details and booking information please visit:
http://www.hybridmarine-power.com

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Posted 2017-12-14 13:09:42

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