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Seawork – Commercial Navy is back for 2022


Posted on June 9, 2022 at 4:05 p.m. by

The Maritime Executive







[By: Seawork]


The highly anticipated return of the 23rd edition of Seawork, Europe’s largest on-water commercial marine exhibition, takes place over three days from June 21-23. It is a “one stop shop” for buyers and offers a unique combination of covered exhibition space, outdoor demonstrations and floating exhibits.


Held in the port city of Southampton, it will be the first Seawork in over 1100 days and the first post-Brexit and post-pandemic maritime business networking opportunity. It is supported by leading industry associations and organizations, focusing this year on how the multi-faceted commercial maritime industry is adapting and innovating in the face of economic, environmental and political upheaval.


Marine Civils is co-located with Seawork and is preceded by the Specialized Sector High Speed ​​Operations event, [email protected] on Monday June 20, in Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
The return of an in-person Seawork is an exciting opportunity. It has something everyone in the industry can learn and take away to improve their business. This is in addition to catching up with colleagues in person and meeting new ones.


New ships, equipment and services
You can see a number of innovative new vessels afloat on the Seawork pontoon, the designs of which focus on efficiency and cost reduction. This is in addition to the myriad of new equipment and services on display, helping to expand the range and streamline operations.


On the pontoons
MHO-Co’s new Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) will demonstrate new on-board technology, diesel-electric operation, fuel-efficient dynamic positioning system mode and new human-machine interface ( HMI).


Exhibitor Seawork Diverse Marine, in collaboration with BAR Technologies and SEACAT Services, will present the revolutionary BARTech30, a 30-meter crew transfer vessel to take technicians to work on wind turbines (among other things).


The aim is to improve seakeeping and contribute to making the green energy sector even greener by considerably reducing fuel requirements and CO2 emissions.


Prepare for Workboat 2050 and learn from USV and hybrid lectures
In the latest in a series of lectures on the road to net-zero, the Commercial Marine Network’s “Get Ready for Workboat 2050” examines “Hydrogen and Clean Growth Opportunities – Is There a Room for hydrogen in the decarbonization roadmap for the workboat sector? ?’


There are also two other half-day lectures highlighting the practical application of “Unmanned Surface Vessels (USVs); Growing Role of USVs in the Commercial Marine Market” and “Hybrid and Electric Propulsion – Real-World Implementation of Hybrid and Electric Propulsion Solutions”.


The Civil Engineering Contractors Association, along with CECA Flood & Marine and Environment group meetings, will discuss “marine environment related infrastructure” with a focus on Solent Freeports, investment and development in the region. “Meeting the Climate Challenge” looks at HVO fuels and low-carbon concrete and innovation in the marine civil environment.


The Workboat Association Safety Forum, in partnership with the British Tug Owners Association, will discuss equipment and methods and share expert knowledge on one of the most important topics on the water – MOB (ManOverBoard) Recovery.


Workboat Code Update
The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) will provide an update on the aims and requirements of the new Workboat Code. This session provides an update on the introduction of the High Speed ​​Offshore Work Craft Code and a closer look at the developments that have been made in the latest revision of the Work Boat Code, what has changed and when s wait for these amendments to come into force .


Opportunities with the UK MOD
The UK Ministry of Defense (MOD) and the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) will guide existing and potential industry suppliers through the opportunities offered by the National Procurement Program and International Trade.


Tidal Power Opportunities
This is a TIGER Supply Chain event for the Channel region. ORE Catapult leads the Tidal Stream Industry Energiser (TIGER) project, the largest project ever by Interreg, which recently increased in value to over 48 million Euros. Partners include world leading tidal technology/project developers, 2 of which are located very close to Seawork. TIGER partners will present the opportunities and prospects in the tidal current sector.


Decarbonization of ports and smart energy solutions for ports
This workshop will showcase the Port of Portsmouth as a case study for combining renewable generation capacity with innovative energy storage solutions and advanced energy management systems. This is a chance to learn more about supply chain opportunities in port decarbonization.


[email protected]
Fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and search and rescue (SAR) are an important specialized sector and the object of [email protected], which is clearly aimed at facilitating the growth and development of the design, construction and operation of these specialized vessels. Military and industry experts will share their thoughts on future ships and mission requirements, as well as the challenge of revitalizing fast craft fleets in a changing world. This event takes place the day before Seawork, Monday June 20, in Cowes, Isle of Wight.


Thursday Training and Careers
The multiplicity of opportunities available in the commercial marine world will be a surprise to some and a magnet to those seeking deeply absorbing and rewarding roles (or even a change in career direction). The Maritime Training & Professions Day on Thursday 23 June is aimed at students aged 16 to 19. Working with Maritime UK and the Solent LEP, Seawork runs a program of presentations, competitions, quizzes and job vacancies, all designed to engage and deliver.


The showcase for ECMAs and innovation
The European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMA), incorporating the Innovations Showcase Category Awards, attracts entries from across Europe, recognizes the depth of excellence in commercial marine and celebrates the exceptional individuals and innovative companies that make up this industry sector dynamic and productive.


WiFi
Seawork’s Women in Marine Industry event returns in person for Seawork2022. Join our inspirational speakers as they share their stories, challenges and accomplishments. The event offers women in the commercial maritime industry the opportunity to share their career experiences and know-how, to renew and expand their networks and to be informed of key developments in the industry.



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