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Call for Papers

Abstracts due 1st July 2024

Dear Maritime Academics, Researchers, Experts, and Innovators,


Are you passionate about shaping the future of maritime autonomy and remote navigation? Do you have groundbreaking research, innovative ideas, or insightful perspectives to share with leading industries, academics, and researchers from around the world? If so, we invite you to submit your papers for presentation at the International Conference on Maritime Autonomy and Remote Navigation (ICMAR Nav) 2024!


ICMAR Nav has established itself as a premier platform for exploring the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in maritime autonomy. With last year's conference boasting over 80 presenters from leading universities, industries, and organizations such the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), CSIRO, Gdynia Maritime University, and AMSA, ICMAR Nav continues to be at the forefront of driving innovation and collaboration in the maritime industry.

Participating in the ICMAR Nav 2024 offers you the opportunity to showcase your research, gain recognition in the industry, and contribute to meaningful discussions that will shape the future of maritime autonomy. Selected papers will be presented during the conference sessions, providing a platform for valuable knowledge exchange and networking. The selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

This year's conference theme, "Striving for Safer Autonomy & Remote Operations", underscores our commitment to enhancing safety and efficiency in maritime operations through cutting-edge technologies and strategies. We are seeking dynamic speakers who can address a wide range of topics related to maritime autonomy, including:


  • Cybersecurity in autonomous maritime systems

  • Regulatory frameworks and compliance

  • Human factors and crew integration

  • Advances in bathymetry and positioning

  • Resilient operations and risk mitigation strategies

  • Training and education for autonomous systems

  • Case studies and real-world applications

Submit your abstracts here!

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