Highlights from Hydrospatial 2024 ‘At The Edge’ Conference

Diving into Cutting-Edge Hydrographic Science and Technology

In April, the Australasian Hydrographic Society (AHS) hosted the four-day Hydrospatial 2024 Conference in Hobart, Tasmania. The conference theme “At the Edge” represented Tasmania’s location in the Southern Ocean, along with the cutting-edge science and technology that is employed in the Hydrospatial field.


Hydrospatial 2024 brought together experts from various maritime disciplines, including specialist hydrography, maritime transport, oceanography, research organizations, offshore exploration, environmental science, maritime heritage, defence, tourism, coastal development, ports and harbors, Law of the Sea, and government. The event served as a platform to explore the future of hydrography, showcasing emerging developments and techniques that will shape the industry in the years to come.


During the conference, attendees had the unique opportunity to tour the RSV Nuyina vessel, a state-of-the-art research and supply icebreaker operated by the Australian Antarctic Division. This exclusive ship tour provided insights into the vessel’s capabilities and its role in supporting hydrographic research and exploration in the challenging Antarctic environment.


BlueZone Group exhibited at Hydrospatial 2024 and had the opportunity to showcase a range of hydrographic and geophysical survey products and services. With a deep commitment to supporting the hydrographic industry, BlueZone demonstrated its dedication to advancing the field through innovative solutions and cutting-edge technology.


BlueZone’s contributions to the hydrographic industry extend beyond exhibitions like Hydrospatial 2024. As a trusted partner, BlueZone offers comprehensive support, including training, maintenance, and ongoing technological advancements, ensuring that hydrographic professionals have the tools and expertise needed to navigate and map the world’s waterways with precision and accuracy. BlueZone’s commitment, continues to play a vital role in shaping the future of hydrography and driving innovation in the maritime sector.


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BlueZones exhibitors stand at the Hydrospatial 2024 conference in Hobart Tasmania


RSV Nuyina vessel docked in Hobart Tasmania for the Hydrospatial Tours