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Title : E-NAVIGATION UNDERWAY (NORTH AMERICA) 2014
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E-Navigation Underway (North America) 2014

April 3-4, 2014

California Maritime Academy

Vallejo, CA

Developing the Maritime Environment

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Resources

Presentations

SESSION 1
e-Navigation and the Future / Welcome to Cal MaritimeCaptain Sam Pecota / RADM Thomas A. CropperVideo
e-Navigation 101Dr. Lee AlexanderVideo
IMO UpdateMr. John Erik HagenVideo
U.S. e-Navigation PlanningMr. J. Michael SollosiVideo
National Ocean Policy & Regional Marine Planning: West Coast UpdateMr. John Hansensame as above
Canadian e-Navigation PlanningMr. Daniel BretonVideo
e-Navigation Implementation Strategy of the Korean GovernmentMr. An KwangVideo
Moderated Panel DiscussionVideo
SESSION 2
Introduction to Session / Management in Crowded WaterwaysMr. David Patraiko / Captain Douglas GrubbsVideo
San Francisco Bay: an E-Navigation Prototype LaboratoryCDR Jason TamaVideo
ACCSEAS: The Future of e-Navigation in the North Sea RegionMr. Alwyn WilliamsVideo
Mona Lisa 2.0 – Sea Traffic ManagementCaptain Ulf SvedbergVideo
SESSION 3
Administrative Announcements Captain Sam PecotaVideo
Introduction to Session Dr. Lee AlexanderVideo
 Human Perceptions Dr. Margareta LützhöftSame as above
Situational Centric Displays – Increased Information through HDC Displays Mr. Michael BergmannVideo
Moving Forward with e-Navigation – RTCM’s View Captain Joseph F. RyanVideo
 Display Options for Head-Up Information Dr. Eric HolderVideo
SESSION 4
Introduction to SessionCaptain Steven BrowneVideo
Cadet View of e-NavigationCadet Madeleine WolczkoVideo
Preparing for e-Navigation: Changing the Teaching ParadigmDr. Steve PriceVideo
Making e-Commanders out of e-NavigatorsRADM Nigel GreenwoodVideo
The e-Navigation System: How Much Does the Mariner Need to Know?Captain Yashwant ChhabraVideo
Moderated PanelVideo 
SESSION 5
Introduction to SessionCaptain William BurnsVideo
e-Navigation Infrastructure: Communications and the Maritime Cloud Mr. David Andersen CamreSame as above
Making Everything Work Together – Building the Maritime Internet of Things Mr. Geir FagerhusVideo
Software Quality Assurance Guidelines for e-Navigation Systems Dr. Seojeong LeeVideo
A German e-Navigation Testbed: Putting IMO Solution S-4 to the Test Mr. Florian MotzVideo
GPS/GNSS Backup with Automatic Radar Positioning Mr. Helmut LanzinerVideo andVideo
Simulated Procedure for Sea Watch Service as an e-Navigation Application Mr. Reinhard MuellerVideo
Moderated Panel DiscussionVideo
SESSION 6
Introduction to SessionCaptain Scott PowellVideo
Over-reliance on e-Navigation and Case Studies from Investigations Mr. Ralph BruniSame as above
Situational Awareness: Requisite for e-Navigation Dr. Michael HertzVideo
AIS Class E – Supporting the Recreational Boating Community over Wireless Internet Mr. Charles BentonVideo
Moderated Panel Discussion
LUNCHES and DINNER
Thursday Night DinnerMr. Michael CarthewVideo
Coastal State Involvement in Waterway ManagementCaptain Thomas M. Cullen, Jr.Video
e-Navigation and Risk Management: The Insurance Industry Perspective Captain Jorge PecciVideo
Wrap up and CommuniqueVideo

 

Conference goals

The maritime information environment that e-Navigation will develop is not widely understood.  To encourage greater understanding, stimulate thought about e-Navigation’s application to North American needs and promote the identification of specific actions to implement e-Navigation the Conference will:

  • Provide a summary of international and national governmental developments and plans.
  • Provide information about ongoing e-Navigation initiatives and test bed activities, to stimulate thought about their applicability to North American issues.
  • Explore specific areas affecting e-Navigation to identify steps which should be taken to insure the system can function effectively.
  • Formulate specific recommendations regarding the implementation and development of e-Navigation

Host Institution

The California Maritime Academy, one of 23 campuses in the California State University system, is hosting e-Navigation underway (North America) as the first of many planned future regional editions in this conference series located throughout the world.

Organizers

This series of conferences is jointly organized by the Danish Maritime Authority and IALA.