Unique Insight

NEXT GEN Workshops deliver 100% current and focussed agendas.

Topics address burning issues and highlight emerging opportunities.

The unique insight gained from expert presenters and dynamic panel discussions assists maritime decision makers - from upgrading in-service systems to procurement of next generation vessels.

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Relevant Programmes

NEXT GEN Topics are particularly relevant to sub IMO / sub 24m sectors.

Professional attendees include workboats, pilot boats, wind farm support, military, navy, marines, border force, coast guard, search & rescue.

International attendees include commercial, government and military organisations, boat builders, equipment manufacturers, superyacht, ports & harbours, classification & legislation organisations.

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International Experts

NEXT GEN Presenters are genuine experts from around the world.

Many are key figures in maritime organistions, others bring expertise from a range of transport sectors.

All deliver the latest knowledge to identify challenges that affect the maritime sector worldwide - and highlight potential solutions.

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Independent Forum

NEXT GEN provides an independent platform for maritime organisations.

Attendees address relevant issues and share knowledge between sectors.

To enable this open and dynamic forum the house rules for NEXT GEN group workshops are ‘no lawyers, insurers or journalists’ - but we are pleased to work with all on a one to one basis.

For information about NEXT GEN Workshops contact:

Claire Donnelly   +44 (0)7709 675258


Recent Workshop - NEXT GEN Marine HYDROGEN

Expert presenters and dyamic panel discussions examined the facts behind the transport, storage and use of hydrogen on vessels. As innovative hydrogen technology reaches high readiness levels and projects move from concept to application safety considerations are the priority for all involved.

Recent Workshop - NEXT GEN Marine BATTERY

End-users and industry came together to highlight what is working now and identify viable technology for the near future. Attendees learned about both the opportunities and limitations of power and energy storage from system designers who are pushing the boundaries and creating new possibilities.