Oceanology International China 2015

  • Oceanology International China 2015


    Oceanology International China is the premier exhibition for marine science and technology in Asia, promoting academic research, information exchange and international co-operation in the fields of the development and utilisation of marine resources, marine ecological environment protection, offshore oil and gas exploration, ocean engineering and marine monitoring in China, Asia and the world.

    The next Oceanology International China will take place on 3-5 November 2015, in our new Shanghai venue, The Shanghai Convention & Exhibition Center of International Sourcing

  • Conference

    The OI China 2015 conference is supported by the Ocean Observing Branch of the Chinese Society of Oceanography and in partnership with the Society for Underwater Technology. 

    The 2015 Call for Abstracts has now been extended until the 14th of August 2015. Click on the call for abstracts below to learn more about this year's sessions and how you can contribute. 

    Submit an abstractOI China 2015 Call for Abstracts
    View the OI China 2014 programme


  • Exhibition

    Oceanology International China 2014 opened its doors to 5034 international and domestic visitors, from 32 coutries. 
    Througout the three day event, visitors arrived to connect with and learn about the latest technological developmets and industry advancements from the 215 exhibiting organisations, representing 20 countries. 

    Stay tuned for the 2014 Post Event Review.

    View the 2013 Post Event Review


  • Companies who Exhibited at 2014:

    Below is selection of the 215 companies, from over 20 countries who exhibited at Oceanology International China 2014. 

    • AML Oceanographic Ltd
    • Guangzhou Seatech
    • iXBlue
    • Kongsberg Maritime
    • Laurel
    • Marine Electronics
    • Qingdao Marine Research Equipment
    • Reson
    • Seabird
    • Shanghai Geo Marine
    • Sonardyne Asia PTE
    • Teledyne
    • Valeport Limited
    • Wildlife Acoustics

    View the 2014 Online Exhibitor Directory

  • International Exhibiting Enquiries

    Oceanology International China continues to offer international organisations the opportunity to connect with China’s rapidly growing offshore energy & marine industries.

    To enquire about exhibiting opportunities for international companies, please contact:

    North America

    Ray Filbert
    International Sales Group- USA, Canada
    Tel: +1 203 840 5821
    Fax: +1 203 840 9821
    Email: rfilbert@reedexpo.com


    Marie-Rose Michel
    Sales Manager - France
    Tel: +33 141 904 667
    Fax: +33 141 904 660
    Email: mmichel@reed-export.fr

    Rest of the World

    Alex Duval
    Sales Executive
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8910 7139
    Email: alex.duval@reedexpo.co.uk

  • Why China?

    • China's most recent five-year plan - the 12th Five-Year Plan - was the first ever to include a dedicated chapter on marine development
    • China is firmly established among the ranks of preferred partners for nations wishing to conduct joint oceanography expeditions
    • The Chinese government boosted funding for oceanography, particularly in exploration, research and deep-sea technologies
    • Major marine science institutions award grants worth tens of millions of USD to lead studies into the geology and biology of key bodies of water like the South China Sea
    • An increasing number of state and academic bodies are throwing their full weight behind the exploration of marine science and technology innovation, marine industry development, marine environmental protection and regional economic cooperation

    Why Shanghai?

    • China's eastern seaboard is attracting significant amounts of state investment to set up a marine observatory network under the East China Sea near Xiaoqushan Island (Zhejiang Province)
    • Shanghai is home to some of China's most dense clusters of marine science an maritime academic institutions, research and commercial development hubs
    • Shanghai's surrounding areas, too, are riding the wave of economic awakening when it comes to the marine sector
    • Shanghai is home to a large batch of enterprises involved in the marine industry.
  • Who should exhibit?

    Biological Oceanography
    Chemical Oceanography
    Communication devices
    Hydrography survey
    Metocean services
    Navigation & positioning
    Navigation devices
    Physical Oceanography
    Platforms: AUV, ROV, Buoys
    Sampling devices

    Who should visit?

    Coastal engineering
    Harbours / Ports
    Marine electrical/electronics
    Marine environmental
    Marine hardware
    Marine security
    Offshore oil and gas
    Renewable energy
    Research and development
    Subsea engineering
    Transport and shipping

In partnership with

Endorsing Associations

OI China 2015 is developed in partnership to the Ocean Observation Technology Branch of Chinese Society of Oceanography
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National Ocean Technology Center
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Learned Society Patron
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