Co-location gains momentum as the fall show season approaches
NEW ORLEANS, July 12, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Underwater Intervention, the must-attend event for the entire underwater operations industry announced this Spring that the trade show and conference will be joining the International WorkBoat Show in November.
To date the co-location is proving to be very well received as exhibitors continue to reserve space in the brand-new pavilion. Located directly on the International WorkBoat show floor, and designed as an open contiguous space, the Underwater Intervention Pavilion will offer all the benefits of the high traffic WorkBoat Show along with the distinction of exhibiting alongside companies focused on the subsea market.
"We felt strongly that Underwater Intervention, with its focus on groundbreaking maritime technologies and the latest marine autonomous systems in the subsea and ROV space, would be a powerful addition to the value proposition of the International WorkBoat Show. The rate at which new exhibitors are signing on is really proving our theory out." said Group Vice President, Bob Callahan of the International WorkBoat Show.
Featuring a pavilion and conference, as well as a dedicated submarine zone with submarines on display right on the show floor, attendees and exhibitors will have the unprecedented opportunity to see a diverse cross section of the commercial marine market all in one place.
Hosted in partnership by the MTS ROV Committee and the Association of Diving Contractors International, Underwater Intervention, Underwater Intervention attracts a global audience of engineers, technical specialists, industry leaders and experts, to share ideas, debate the issues of the moment and to create common agendas for the future of the industry. Underwater Intervention features some of the world's leading figures within the upstream oil and gas industry coupled with technical sessions covering the most current challenges and up-to-date strategies and technologies.
As of press time the list of exhibiting companies in the Underwater Intervention Pavilion include:
- Kirby Morgan Dive Systems
- DSMS (Diving Safety Management Services)
- Seaside Marine International Drug Co.
- Bay-Tech Industries
- Subsalve USA Corp
- Survey Equipment Services, Inc
- Outland Technology Inc
- Subsea Technologies, Inc.
- Ocean Technology Systems
- Denso North America Inc
- Divers Supply Inc
- Fisk Marine Insurance Intl.
- Reach Systems, Inc
- International Special Risks
- Mactech Inc
- Broco Rankin
- Miko Marine USA
- Umbilicals International
- K-Links Rigging Slings
- MacArtney Inc
- Schaefer Electronics Inc.
- UBC Pile drivers and Divers
- Marine Solutions, Inc.
- Dead Calm Seas Marine Services
- Innerspace Corporation
- GLENAIR INC
- Blueye Robotics
- Frontier Precision
- Hydrospace Group
- Coda Octopus
- Poseidon Robotics
Underwater Intervention started in 1993 when the MTS ROV Committee and the Association of Diving Contractors International joined together to create the world's premier conference for Commercial Diving, ROV's, Underwater Survey, AUV's, and Underwater Construction, Maintenance, and Repair Operations. UI attracts users and purchasers of Underwater Diving and ROV Contractors as well as manufacturers and distributors of equipment used in the ROV, Survey, AUV, and Commercial Diving Industries.
Exhibitors will be showcasing the latest developments in underwater technology, and the Technical Program will highlight current and future developments to support underwater operations.
Registration for both events is expected to open in late summer, more information about the co-location can be found here and here.
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About The International WorkBoat Show: The International WorkBoat Show is part of the Diversified Communications portfolio of commercial marine events, publications, and e-media products. The WorkBoat brand has been connecting qualified buyers with leading suppliers for more than 75 years. In print through WorkBoat magazine, online at WorkBoat.com, face-to-face at the International WorkBoat Show, WorkBoat delivers high-quality information to all segments of the marine industry in North America. For more information, visit http://www.workboatshow.com.
SOURCE International WorkBoat Show