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MAST 2008 sees swell of government agency exhibitors


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MAST
: 26 June, 2008  (Company News)
The United States’ Office of Naval Research (ONR) is the latest government agency to join ′traditional’ exhibitors such as: Naval Surface Warfare Center; Naval Undersea Warfare Center; NATO Undersea Research Center (NURC); and OCCAR.
Other international agencies involved in the event (e.g. in the conference) include:

* Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO);
* France’s DGA/Ministry of Defence;
* French Navy;
* Germany’s BWB;
* Singapore’s DSO;
* Spain’s Ministry of Defence;
* Spanish Navy;
* Sweden’s Armed Forces;
* Sweden’s FMV;
* Swedish Navy;
* United Kingdom’s Royal Navy;
* United States’ Department of Defence;
* United States’ Navy

Such agencies add an exciting dimension to both trade-show and conference, give a ’view from the top/frontline’ and offer visitors, delegates and other exhibitors alike valuable insight, information and networking opportunities.

* For more details, visit the MAST site

Surface… Undersea… Whatever your domain… MAST’s interactive timetable will find sessions for you

With so much happening in and around this year’s MAST Global Conference and Trade-show, getting the most value from your participation demands some pre-planning: Which conference sessions to take part in; Which social functions/ship visits/demonstrations to attend; Which exhibitors to visit; Who to meet, etc.

MAST’s innovative new timetable system helps you quickly identify those conference sessions that meet your specific information needs, and therefore helps give you the best return for your time spent at the event…

Simply visit our timetable page and select a domain (or combination of domains) of interest and the system will create a ‘bespoke’ timetable for you.

The system also allows you to identify sessions/papers more specifically by topic are through its abstracts keyword search facility, ensuring your time at MAST 2008 will be better planned, and utilised than any other event this year.
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