06 Oct - 08 Oct 2020
INEC aims to address issues facing existing, upcoming and future naval projects such as the challenges of evolving threats, growing environmental concerns, availability of skilled personnel, fiscal constraints and game-changing technologies. The event aims to stimulate researchers, engineers, seafarers and students to present their perspectives on inspiring innovation across the naval and wider maritime domain as well as those sectors which could influence future advances and benefit the maritime industry.
GVF members have 20% discount on registration.
The iSCSS initiative was started by the government defence departments in Canada, The Netherlands, UK and USA with the objective to promote knowledge sharing and collaboration between member nations in ship control systems concepts, design, operation and support as well as to provide a professional and public forum for commercial marine, industry, government, academia and naval engineering communities. The symposia series was organised 14 times rotating between the four nations from 1966 until 2009. In 2018, it was relaunched as the International Ship Control Systems Symposium (iSCSS) and is held alongside INEC, focussing on the rapid development of new revolutionary technologies and the impact on future control system strategies for both naval vessels and commercial ships.