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The search for Malaysian Airlines flight 370 - One of the greatest mysteries in civil aviation of this day, London

8 June, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

Using sonar to help try and find the missing plane.
Using sonar to help try and find the missing plane.

About this event

On 18 March 2014, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 disappeared from the radar. Now, more than two years later, only a few items of debris have been found originating from the lost aircraft.

The presentation addresses the circumstances around the disappearance of the aircraft, the extensive analysis of numerous government and private industry institutions to determine the location of the aircraft, the underwater mapping and detailed search technology, the operations and the human elements, and shows some of the detailed underwater photography in the Southern Indian Ocean.

Speaker

Rob Luijnenburg has in excess of 40 years' experience in offshore survey and offshore oil and gas engineering. Initially as hydrographic officer in the Royal Netherlands Navy, he was subsequently employed by an offshore pipeline consulting engineering company, by NeSA, the former Racal subsidiary in the Netherlands, followed by work for one of the main dredging and marine construction companies.

During the last 16 years Rob held various positions in Fugro NV, the Group's holding company. Rob holds an MSc degree in Civil Engineering from Delft University of Technology.

Please note: this event is now fully booked. Please contact Kath Coldwell at: katherine.coldwell@ice.org.uk to be put on a waiting list in case of cancellations.

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