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For the third consecutive year, we capture the international e-Navigation community on board a vessel in arctic conditions for a heated debate on the current challenges in the field. Day one will feature speakers illuminating strategic views; day two will dive into more specific subjects trying to get all stakeholders on board. On day 3 we wrap up conclusions and try to define the way ahead.

We welcome you on board for a fruitful debate on the maritime future.

E-Navigation Underway 2013 will address (among others) the following issues:

  • IMO E-Navigation Strategy Implementation Plan in 2014 – where are we now?
  • How do we benefit from industrial innovation?
  • What are the benefits and risks of electronic devices in shipping?
  • Costs of e-Navigation: necessary infrastructure, services, communications…Who will pay?
  • E-Navigation drivers – regulation or market forces?
  • Maritime Spatial Planning and e-Navigation – how do they marry?
  • What’s new from the test beds?
  • How to ensure best decision support afloat and ashore?
  • How can we provide users the information they need when they need it?
  • How can ship and shore users work effectively together?
  • E-Navigation challenges the boundaries of the involved international organizations; how can the cooperation be made effective?

In this third year, we expect to host another successful conference, with qualified and enthusiastic participants from all over the world. With more than 140 experts from more than 20 countries on four continents attending the previous conferences, this conference has established itself as a leading global e-Navigation conference.

Find information on the previous conferences here.



Source: http://www.maritime-executive.com/



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