We are back in Dublin for THS:UKI’s second Remote Hydrography conference and exhibition. This event brings together manufacturers, operators, regulators, and research and development leaders from both industry and academia, within the rapidly developing field of remote surveying and uncrewed survey operations.

The conference provides an opportunity to share experience gained in the development and application of autonomous and uncrewed platforms (surface, underwater, aerial, and space-based) and the associated command and support services. These and enabling technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence will revolutionise workflows for hydrographic data collection, processing, analysis, and presentation.

The adoption and implementation of the technologies around surface and subsea platforms for remote hydrography are creating unique opportunities and challenges. In addition to the enabling technology, the event will focus on risk and regulation through a combination of keynote presentations and panel sessions with case study presentations from the inshore and offshore sectors as well as key research projects related to remotely piloted platforms and associated control systems.

The conference will build on the success of the 2022 event which featured informative lively debates, both in session and during the busy social programme. The 2024 event will also provide formal and informal opportunities to network, make contacts, and build relationships. By uniting leaders, innovators, and practitioners, Remote Hydrography represents a key opportunity for networking, promotion, and demonstrations.


THS:UKI are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract for proposed presentations at this conference. We hope you will share your experiences and present your innovative ideas and technologies. Submissions may address any subject relating to the conference theme and suggested topics set out below. Presentations focussing on innovation or application and those featuring case studies would be of particular interest to the target audience.

The theme for Remote Hydrography 2024 is centred around Innovation, Application and Experience within the
Hydrographic and Geospatial industry. Topics under consideration at this two-day conference include, but are not
limited to:

Innovations & Technology        Operations & Case Studies        Research & Development        Communications        Security

Data Management        Regulatory Developments        Lessons Learnt & Market Status        Future Workforce

Diversity & New Opportunities        Low Carbon & Sustainability

All abstracts must be submitted to event@ths-uki.org by 30 October 2023.

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