Underwater Intervention Conference


New Orleans, LA • New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

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The Underwater Intervention Conference is a joint effort by the Marine Technology Society's Remotely Operated Vehicle Committee and the Association of Diving Contractors International. It is held annually in January or February. The meeting has multi-tract papers, workshops, tutorials and social events, and conference attendees receive a CD ROM of the proceedings.

The conference is of interest to a number of diverse marine industries, including offshore oil and gas, marine construction, shipwreck exploration, ocean mining and marine salvage. Presentation tracks include:

  • Cable
  • Remote Intervention
  • Commercial Diving
  • Shipwreck Salvage
The event combines an exceptional technical program, strong attendance, exhibition hall growth plus the annual conferences of the MTS ROV Committee and the Association of Diving Contractors International. Each year UI brings together professionals from all aspects of the underwater operations industry, including ROVs, commercial diving contractors and manned submersibles.
The 2012 event took place in January in New Orleans. Nearly 2,500 individuals from 46 countries attended!  One of the highlights of the event was a talk from Captain Don Walsh, USN, (Ret) about the Trieste dive and his recent work with James Cameron to assist with that dive to the same area last summer. (See cover story on Don Walsh to learn more about his achievements.) Don spoke to a standing-room only audience.

Article from MTS Currents


Please visit: http://www.underwaterintervention.com/.


CDs of the conference are available through the MTS Store.

Or buy print-on-demand paper copies through Curran Associates.

Printable Version