Upcoming Events



Oceans 18 MTS IEEE Kobe
May 28 - 31, 2018
Kobe, Japan

OTO’18 will focus on issues such as natural disasters and environmental concerns from the standpoint of the oceans. The hope is to open new opportunities toward the important work of constructing and coordinating an international network under the changing international circumstances of present times. Visit us with our Channel Partner, Hydro Systems Development in booth #41.





MSPO 2018
September 4 - 7, 2018
Tari Kielce, Poland

For more than a quarter of a century, MSPO has attracted the defence sector’s most important companies and personalities to Kielce. From 4 to 7 September 2018 Targi Kielce will again become the focal point for global defence; this is owed to the consecutive edition of the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO. Liquid Robotics will be appearing at the Boeing booth. Be sure to stop by.





Oceans Conference & Exposition ’18
October 22 - 25, 2018
Charleston, South Carolina

The event for global maritime professionals to learn, innovate, and lead in the protection and utilization of the world’s largest natural resource – our Oceans. Stop by and see us at booth #406.





Naval Submarine League Annual Symposium
November 7 - 8, 2018
Arlington, Virginia

The two-day NSL Annual Symposium is a widely attended gathering, enabling active duty attendance. Presentations are made by Submarine Force leadership with updates on major acquisition and programmatic issues. Active duty panels provide additional insight into the experiences and needs of today’s submariners. Industry and government agencies present technical papers, discussion and solutions via exhibit displays. There are continuous opportunities for Navy leadership and industry networking. Liquid Robotics will be showing in the Boeing booth.




Speaking Engagements



Oceans 18 MTS IEEE Kobe: Technical Presentation
May 31, 2018
Kobe, Japan

Thursday 15:30, Room 504 – Liquid Robotics Manager of Software Engineering, Rajesh Jha will present Wave Measurement Methodology and Validation from Wave Glider Unmanned Surface Vehicles.