5 Hot Topics in Today’s Maritime World

Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums — By on January 16, 2018 at 7:05 PM

February 28, 2018 – Houston, Texas

Focus on Solutions to Today’s Maritime Issues
Cyber Threats
Big Data
Autonomous Shipping
Changing Workforce
Fuels post 2020
and more. . .

You know the issues. . .

It’s time to start “Focusing on Solutions in Today’s Maritime World”

Join industry colleagues as we explore “Focusing on Solutions in Today’s Maritime World”.  Never since the change from sail to steam, and from coal to oil has the maritime industry experienced such profound changes.  In this round, though, the changes are being compressed into less than a decade.
With the low sulphur mandate coming in 2020, and the greenhouse gas pathway being developed leading up to 2023, shipping is being faced with challenging, and immediate, decisions.
Be there as we address these issues, along with the risks posed by cyber threats, the impacts of autonomous shipping, and the changing educational landscape.
   
Developing Topics and Speakers include:   
 
 
Industry Resilience in Sustainabilty
 
Joe Hughes
 
CEO, The American Club
Chairman, NAMEPA
Joe Hughes Shipowners Claims Bureau
 
Feasibilityof LNG as Fuel
 
Aziz Bamik
 
General Manager, GTT North America
 
How Competitive are Scrubbers
 
Dr. Ram Vis
 
Director, Viswa Labs
 
The Future Mariner’s Emotional Stability
 
Jason Zuidema
 
Executive Director, NAMMA
Jason Zuidema NAMMA
 
Luncheon Keynote
 
Port of Brownsville
 
Failsafe Propulsion- the Autonomous Ship
 
Dave Adams
 
Vice President of Sales, Wärtsilä
 
Automation of Navigation in a Seaway
 
Frank Coles
 
CEO, Transas
Frank Coles Transas
 
Mitigating Cyber Risks
 
Cynthia Hudson
 
CEO, HudsonAnalytix
Cynthia Hudson CEO and President HudsonAnalytix
 
Extracting Wisdom from Big Data
 
Anuj Chopra
 
Vice President, RightShip Americas
Anuj Chopra RightShip
Register Now!
See you in Houston!

 

 

Join industry colleagues as we explore “Focusing on Solutions in Today’s Maritime World”.  Never since the change from sail to steam, and from coal to oil has the maritime industry experienced such profound changes.  In this round, though, the changes are being compressed into less than a decade.
With the low sulphur mandate coming in 2020, and the greenhouse gas pathway being developed leading up to 2023, shipping is being faced with challenging, and immediate, decisions.
Be there as we address these issues, along with the risks posed by cyber threats, the impacts of autonomous shipping, and the changing educational landscape.
   
Developing Topics and Speakers include:   
 
 
Industry Resilience in Sustainabilty
 
Joe Hughes
 
CEO, The American Club
Chairman, NAMEPA
Joe Hughes Shipowners Claims Bureau
 
Feasibilityof LNG as Fuel
 
Aziz Bamik
 
General Manager, GTT North America
 
How Competitive are Scrubbers
 
Dr. Ram Vis
 
Director, Viswa Labs
 
The Future Mariner’s Emotional Stability
 
Jason Zuidema
 
Executive Director, NAMMA
Jason Zuidema NAMMA
 
Luncheon Keynote
 
Port of Brownsville
 
Failsafe Propulsion- the Autonomous Ship
 
Dave Adams
 
Vice President of Sales, Wärtsilä
 
Automation of Navigation in a Seaway
 
Frank Coles
 
CEO, Transas
Frank Coles Transas
 
Mitigating Cyber Risks
 
Cynthia Hudson
 
CEO, HudsonAnalytix
Cynthia Hudson CEO and President HudsonAnalytix
 
Extracting Wisdom from Big Data
 
Anuj Chopra
 
Vice President, RightShip Americas
Anuj Chopra RightShip
Register Now!
See you in Houston!
North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA),690 Mill Hill Terrace, Southport, CT 06890

 

 

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