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Jotun 09/11/2016

Bentley Systems 10/11/16

Smart Ship Technology 2016

Smart Ship Technology conference programme is now avaialble at www.rina.org.uk/Smart_Ships.html 

Vessels are becoming ever more complex, fitted with an increasing range of sensors and monitoring equipment. While this is massively increasing the amount of data available, can all this be turned into a truly integrated real time monitoring and control system?

Selected papers include:

  • MARITIME AUTONOMOUS VESSELS - REGULATORY ISSUES, James Fanshawe CBE, MASRWG, UK
  • THE FUTURE (OF SHIPPING) IS CONNECTED AND SMART, Volker Bertram, DNV GL, Germany
  • CLASSIFICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR CYBER SAFETY AND SECURITY IN THE SMART SHIP ERA, George Reilly, Managing Principal Engineer, ABS, John M. Jorgensen, Director, IT Security, ABS
  • POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF AUGMENTED REALITY TECHNOLOGY IN THE SMART SHIP, Scott Patterson, Babcock International Group, UK
  • DESIGN CODE FOR UNMANNED MARITIME SYSTEMS,  Ben Cuckson, Lloyd’s Register, UK
  • INTEGRATED SHIP OPERATION DATA MONITORING SYSTEM FOR DATA COLLECTION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS, Kwang-Phil Park, DAEWOO Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Korea
  • REAL-TIME EVALUATION OF SECOND GENERATION INTACT STABILITY CRITERIA, Arman Ariffin, Jean-Marc Laurens, ENSTA Bretagne, France, Shuhaimi Mansor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
  • HUMAN-AGENT COLLECTIVES: IMMERSING AUTONOMOUS AGENTS WITHIN MARITIME DATA, Chris Greenbank, BMT, UK

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