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DEC 2018

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22 ST | December 2018 www.sea-technology.com U nderwater Intervention (UI) is the world's premier event for commer- cial diving contractors, ROVs, manned submersibles and all other aspects of the underwater operations industry. It will take place February 5 to 7, 2019 in New Orleans. UI 2019 promises to be a must-attend event. Industry leaders from around the world will converge for three days of face-to- face meetings, education and networking. In today's competitive climate, it is the goal of UI 2019 to provide as much value to all of its participants as possible. It is no secret that in order to flourish, we must evolve to best position ourselves for success. In that spirit, UI continues to best meet the needs of the entire under- water operations industry and help companies position themselves for success now and in the years to come. As with past conferences, the Underwater Interven- tion Leadership Committee has been working tirelessly to deliver compelling, topical education. Organized in a thoughtful, well-planned schedule, you won't have to choose between sessions or time in the expo hall be- cause there is dedicated time for both. Premier Events At its latest show, UI will feature the 2025 Offshore Oilfield Panel. This industry-shaping discussion is hosted by BP. Unique to UI 2019, this panel will unite top oper- ators and service companies in conversations regarding leading-edge safety, tech- nology and cost-effective- ness within the inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) market. This event is guaranteed to attract many industry thought leaders in the audience. Another event high- light, exclusive to UI 2019, is the Stennis Space Cen- ter Tour. The U.S. National Buoy Data Center (NBDC) and Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVO) will host a tour of their operations facility on Mon- day, February 4. Those participating will gain an understanding of how data are generated, maintained and utilized at this core asset within the U.S. space in- frastructure. Special Features The UI Think Tank will return, located in the exhib- it hall for added convenience. Two sessions are being planned and designed to be informative as well as in- teractive. Join either or both sessions to learn and share ideas on industry challenges and best practices. Supplier solutions will, as always, be part of UI. At- tendees will have the chance to learn from the leading exhibitors who have their thumbs on the pulse of our industry. See from their perspective the latest and best innovative solutions for the industry challenges we face every day. Another recurring UI feature, the Underwater Innova- tion Showcase is designed to push boundaries in under- water intervention with informative, interactive sessions that will provoke thought sharing in industry-shaping conversations. With dedicated hours for the exhibit hall, UI 2019 is an efficient and cost-effective means for top-level indus- try executives and suppliers to meet in person and de- velop meaningful business relationships while evaluat- ing the best products and services on offer in the industry. UI 2019 is the best platform to learn, share and network for the un- derwater operations mar- ket. It is designed to be an enriching and enjoyable experience. To register, visit under- waterintervention.com. To exhibit, contact the UI 2019 show management team at ui@naylor.com. ST Underwater Intervention ST Conference Preview

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