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Autonomous Ships 2022 Programme


Thursday 31 March

 

09.00-09.25 Coffee and Registration

09.25-09.35 Welcome Address, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, UK

09.35-10.10 Keynote - Regulating autonomous ships – a goal-based approach Dr Sascha Pristrom, Secretary to the IMO Maritime Safety Committee's MASS Working Group S

10.10-10.45 Maritime Autonomy and Remote Operations - Development of Regulations R Taylor, Maritime & Coastguard Agency 

10.45-11.20 Regulating Autonomous Shipping - A Case Study B Soyer, Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Swansea University

11.20-11.50 Coffee

11.50-12.25 Towards autonomy - A view from the bridge C Balls, Cayman Islands Ship Register

12.25-13.00 Where does the pilot go when the autonomous ship has no bridge? MASS Routing Service and smart Local Information Centres T Porathe, NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.35 Manning the unmanned ship: Is safe manning legislation a bottleneck in the development of autonomous ships? S Eriksen, SIMAC

14.35-15.10 Evolutionary Treaty Interpretation in the context of compliance of MASS operations with UNCLOS and SOLAS M Sumer, IMO International Maritime Law Institute

15.10 – 15.40 Coffee

15.40 – 16.15 A semi automated model for improving Naval Vessel System Reliability and Maintenance Data Management A  A, Daya and I Lazakis, Department of Naval Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

16.15 - 16.50 Highly Autonomous Warship Technologies J Rigby, BMT

16.50 General Discussion and Drinks Reception

 

Friday 1 April

 

09.00-09.25 Coffee and Registration

09.25-10.00 Keynote - Maritime automation terminology and state of industry Päivi Haikkola, One Sea - Autonomous Maritime Ecosystem

10.00-10.35 AIS will become a Maritime IoT network - Sternula will make it global with satellites L Moltsen, Sternula ApS

10.35-11.10 The Armada Fleet: Technical Update ahead of initial operations D Hook, Ocean Infinity

11.10-11.40 Coffee

11.40-12.15 Acoustic-Based Machinery Condition Monitoring in Autonomous Ships N Rajapaksha, Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania

12.15-12.50 Autonomous Control in Shallow and Confined Water T Van Zwijnsvoorde, Flanders Hydraulics Research

12.50-13.50 Lunch

13.50-14.25 SWOT analysis of leading safety indicators for collision avoidance of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships J Nasur and Wróbel, Gdynia Maritime University

14.25-15.00 Application of Risk Analysis Method with System Modeling to Remote Operation of Experimental Ship, Shinpo M Shiokari,  National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

15.00 General Discussion & Coffee

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