Industry Leaders to attend Submarine Cable Conference in March!
Subsea Cables UK, the trade association for submarine power and telecommunications cables for the United Kingdom and Northern Europe, is pleased to announce its 46th Plenary will be held at: The Old Thorns Manor Hotel, Liphook, Hampshire, UK, hosted by Intertek.
The Plenary will be held over 1.5 days on the 2nd/3rd March 2016, with a networking dinner on the evening of the 2nd.
Upwards of 80 delegates from Subsea Cables UK membership: submarine cable system owners, maintenance authorities, system manufacturers, cable ship operators, consultants and submarine cable route survey companies from many different countries, will discuss and exchange technical, legal and environmental information affecting the industry.
Attendance to this event is free to all members (2 delegates per member). If you are a Submarine cable owner, operator, consultant or supplier and are interested in joining Subsea Cables UK or would like more information on the Plenary speakers please visit our website: or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confirmed speakers on the agenda include:
Mike Park (CEO, Scottish White Fish Producers Association – SWFPA) – ‘Scotland's fishing industry - responsible, sustainable and profitable’
Matt Frow (Kingfisher Information Manager, Seafish) – ‘Making the best of use of Kingfisher and KIS-ORCA to promote the awareness of offshore assets'
Jae Jones (Inspector of Marine Accidents - Marine Accident Investigation Branch) – ‘Accident and Incident Investigation – the role of the MAIB’
John Colton (Director, Lucid Optical Services Ltd) – ‘High capacity subsea fibre optic communications systems and limitations’
About Subsea Cables UK: Subsea Cables UK is a forum of national and international companies which own, operate or service submarine cables in the UK and surrounding waters. The principal goal of Subsea Cables UK is the promotion of marine safety and the safeguarding of submarine cables from man-made and natural hazards, serving as a vehicle for the exchange of technical and legal information pertaining to submarine systems without compromising the commercial and market aims of individual companies. Liaising with all relevant parties affected by the installation and operation of submarine cables landing in the United Kingdom or passing through United Kingdom waters.
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