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Navigation Revolution Conference & Exhibition

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Date(s) - Nov 11, 2014 - Nov 12, 2014
07:14 pm


The E-Navigation Revolution

5th Annual Conference

11th and 12th November 2014, London, UK

Incorporating the ECDIS Revolution, The e-Navigation Revolution Conference & Exhibition, takes place in London on 11th and 12th November, 2014.

Building on the success of the ECDIS Revolution staged in London over the last 4 years, The e-Navigation Revolution will bring together a global audience of senior-level delegates to explore a wide range of electronic navigation issues. Comprising presentations from industry leaders and roundtable discussion groups, this international forum will provide the ideal platform for debating hot issues, learning about new technologies and creating new business opportunities.

Chaired by Rear Admiral Nick Lambert, previous Hydrographer of the Royal Navy, topics to be covered in the conference include Digital Publications, GNSS vulnerability, ENC, GPS jamming, back-up systems, ACCSEAS, how the deck officer of the modern world different from his predecessors , training, and the human element.

The exhibition running alongside the conference will offer e-navigation equipment providers unrivalled openings to reach key decision-makers and influencers in the buying process while their minds are focused on the subject. Exhibitors will have a tailor-made vehicle for demonstrating their products and services to a highly targeted audience.

The e-Navigation Revolution Conference and Exhibition is essential for anyone affected by e-Navigation including ship owners, operators and managers, seafarers, pilots, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, regulators, training companies, associations, insurers, hydrographic offices, classification societies, ship builders, lawyers and consultants.

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If you are interested in speaking opportunities please email Steve@ecdisrevolution.orgor telephone 44 (0) 20 3 560 8154

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