The Fifth International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition will address challenges and provide a benchmark for the cost/capability trade-offs that must be made when balancing the demands of ever tighter contracts. The 21st Century will bring greater challenges with increasingly rigorous and arduous demands being made on the design engineer.
The marine engineer faces a plethora of conflicting demands when seeking to satisfy the user requirements for design and operation of warships. The engineer must design a highly capable, available and reliable ship to minimum build and through life costs; utilising the most advanced technology within the constraints of finance, legislation and a demanding equipment specification.
Who should attend: naval personnel, procurement executives, representatives from industry, government, academia and experts from the disciplines of world-wide maritime defence technology involved in warship design, procurement and build.