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ECDIS Revolution

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Date(s) - Nov 2, 2015 - Nov 3, 2015
All Day


Event chaired by:  Rear Admiral Nick Lambert, CMarTECH, FIMarEST

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AGENDA (subject to change)

2nd November – time and location to be confirmed

Delegate cocktail party

3rd November, 2015 – HQS Wellington, Embankment, London, UK

08.00     Refreshments, registration and exhibition

08.45     Conference organiser`s opening remarks

08.50     Welcome from the Chair – Reviewing the past 12 months
*This year’s intentions

Nick Lambert – Conference chair

09.00     Opening speaker – The purpose of the e-Navigation Special Interest Group (SIG)

William Heaps (SIG Chairman, Deputy Marine Advisor, Associated British Ports)

Session One: Steps in the right direction

A progess review of achievements and look at the immediate future requirements.

09.15     Phased implementation of e-Navigation through test-bed implementations

Michael Bergmann (Director Maritime Industry, Jeppesen)

09.35     ACCSEAS Project – Concluding the project and the importance of e-Navigation test beds

Georgina Button (New Business Development Manager, Trinity House) and Alwyn Williams (Senior Engineer, Trinity House)

09.55     From MONALISA 2.0 to STM Validation Project – Will 300 vessels change the future?

Anders Brodie – Senior Research Co-ordinator

10.15     Questions and Discussion

10.30     Refreshments

Session Two: A sense of reality.

Let’s be serious about a timeline and what we’re likely to have in place.  Embrace technology but are generation Y even ready for the challenge?

11.05     Title to be confirmed

Matthel Williams (Senior Marine Advisor, International Chamber of Shipping)

11.25     Title to be confirmed

Speaker invited

11.45     Speaker opportunity

12.05     Sponsor speaking

Tor Svanes (Navtor)

12.20     Session Q & A
Chair – Conference chair

13.00     Lunch

Session Three: It’s all about the regulations

What’s going to have to change and are the regulators capable of moving at the same speed as technology?

14.15     Legislation and legal implications behind the autonomous vehicles

Professor Michael Tsimplis BSc, PhD, LLM, Professor of Oceanography and Maritime Law, Director of the Institute of Maritime Law, University of Southampton

14.35     title to be confirmed

Paul Whyte (Associate, London Offshore Consultants)

14.55     Speaker opportunity

15.15     Sponsor speaking opportunity

15.30     Session 3 Q & A

Chairs – SIG member (tbc)

16.00     Refreshments and exhibition

Session Four: Roundtable discussions

E-Navigation Special Interest Group (SIG) members will each lead a rount table discussion

16.30      Delegate discuss topics of specialist interest in smaller roundtable groups, with each discussion moderated by a speaker or industry leader

– Communications

– Legislation and Regulations

– Blue Sky thinking

– Technological integration

– Training

17.30      Round table feedback

Table representatives to provide feedback to the SIG and chair of salient points covered in their session.

17.50     Summation and actions
Nick Lambert – Conference chair

18.00     Conference concludes

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