Programmüberblick SMM 2016

05.09.2016
11:00 - 11:20
Konferenzraum Chicago - Maritime Future Summit

Maritime Future Summit: Opening

Welcome address by the organisers

Moderator introduction: Prof Dr Volker Bertram (World Maritime University)
11:20 - 11:40
Konferenzraum Chicago - Maritime Future Summit

Maritime Future Summit: Keynote

"Mega-trends shaping the Maritime Future"
Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen (CEO Maritime, DNV GL)
11:40 - 13:20
Konferenzraum Chicago - Maritime Future Summit

Maritime Future Summit: Panel 1 - Building ships for the future

How will ships be built in the future? New technologies like augmented reality will overcome separation in space and support new forms of cooperation. Will agile networks, extensively using the internet, see data-driven designs of smarter ships that come complete with their digital twins? And how will that affect traditional shipbuilding and supplier countries?

"Shipping and ships of tomorrow – the Maersk vision"
Paolo Tonon (VP Head of Maersk Maritime Technology, Maersk)

„Future of shipbuilding – constructing ships for Captain Kirk”
Denis Morais (Chief Technology Officer, SSI)

"Future-proof technologies like the internet of things"
Benjamin Vernooij (Internet of Things and End User Computing Lead, Dell OEM Solutions)

Q&A or discussion
14:00 - 15:35
Konferenzraum Chicago - Maritime Future Summit

Maritime Future Summit: Panel 2 - Digitalisation and automation

Big Data, virtually maintenance-free ships and smart infrastructure 'everywhere' are stepping stones towards the unmanned ship – and they come faster than most thought possible. Opportunity or threat – we should be ready for it. Hype or revolution? Use this second to none opportunity to form an educated opinion on these topics.

"Answers to the environmental and economic challenges in the shipping industry – drives and automation for the future"
Matthias Schulze (Head of Siemens Marine, Siemens)

"Visions for the future – marine industry under disruptive attack"
Willie Wagen (Director Market Innovation, Wärtsilä)

"Ship intelligence and the journey towards unmanned ships"
Oskar Levander (VP Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine)

Q&A or discussion
15:35 - 16:15
Konferenzraum Chicago - Maritime Future Summit

Maritime Future Summit: Wrap-up

"Where would I place my bets"
Dr Carsten Wiebers (Global Head of Maritime Industries, KfW IPEX)

Closing remarks
Prof Dr Volker Bertram (World Maritime University)
06.09.2016
10:30 - 10:40
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Opening

Welcome address by the organisers
10:40 - 11:00
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Keynote

"Environmental shipping regulations: current and future developments, and challenges"
Arsenio A Dominguez (Chairman, IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee and Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Panama to the IMO)
11:00 - 12:00
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Panel 1 - Harmful air emissions - managing the disconnect between compliance and technology

Shipping might have been excluded from COP21, but will be under no less pressure to cut harmful emissions. The IMO NOx Tier III requirement entered into force this year, while the global 0.5% sulphur cap could enter force as early as 2020. In the North Sea ECA, sales of low-sulphur fuels are on the rise. Ports, meanwhile, are cleaning up their act through electrification, and this could extend to some vessels as shore power gradually gains traction. How long before clean port calls become a reality?

Moderator: Tom Boardley

"What are the different compliance options and the practical challenges of implementing them on board ships?"
Tom Boardley (Executive Vice President, Lloyd’s Register)

"The practicalities and challenges of operating cruise ships whilst complying with emission regulations"
David Dingle (CEO, Carnival UK)

"The global cap and the level playing field – are they compatible?"
Niels Bjørn Mortensen (Director Regulatory Affairs, Maersk)

"Shipping ETS - the verifier’s perspective: 'what to expect and how to prepare for MRV' "
Guido Harling (Lead-Verifier & Managing Director ETS Verification GmbH)

Panellist: Arsenio A. Dominguez (Chairman, IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee and Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Panama to the IMO)
11:00 - 13:00
B6.4 - Aussteller-Events

"Living with ECDIS" seminar

This free seminar from the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office is for those who are already operating with ECDIS and wish to be kept informed of new developments. It focuses on the role software standards have in compliance and optimising digital navigation. It will cover the ongoing requirements following on from implementation and focuses on what needs to be done to ensure the navigational benefits of ECDIS are achieved.

Who should attend
This seminar is for shipping companies who have already implemented ECDIS. The audience who will benefit the most will be those in the passenger ship, tanker and over 50,000 GT cargo vessel markets.

Speaker: Tom Mellor
United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
13:00 - 14:30
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Panel 2 - Big Data - smart shipping and environment

Big Data and the Internet of Things are on everyone’s lips as the maritime industry is moving into the era of ‘smart shipping’ thanks to advances in sensor technology, fast broadband access at sea and data analysis techniques. Remote monitoring of vessels from shore is becoming increasingly common, even raising the prospect of totally autonomous ships. Our panel of experts will look at what operational and environmental benefits are possible, as well as potential pitfalls in areas such as cyber security.

Moderator: Dr Martin Stopford

"Can unmanned ships become a reality and what is the timeline?"
Oskar Levander (Vice-President Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine)

"How is technology driving operational efficiencies onboard and ashore?"
Ronald Spithout (President, Inmarsat Maritime)

"How is Big Data Changing the shipping industry and what are the potential pitfals?"
Dr Martin Stopford (President, Clarkson Research Services Ltd)

"As the maritime sector embraces SMART Technologies, how is it impacting the services provided by and research conducted by class?"
Kirsi Tikka (Executive Vice President Global Marine, ABS )
13:00 - 14:00
Raum A3.2 - Aussteller-Events

Lunch Workshop A: Supporting Sales in High Risk Countries

Offshore oil & gas industry in challenging markets
Workshop for shipowners, suppliers and yards

Registration necessary under maritime-industries@kfw-events.de
KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
Firma: KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
13:45 - 14:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Managing cyber risk in shipping

DNV GL is launching a recommended practice, e-learning and self-assessment app to help the maritime industry address and improve cybersecurity resilience on board ships and mobile offshore units for systems, crew, vessels and the onshore digital liaisons for both IT and OT (operational technology such as SCADA, PLCs, sensors)

First hands-on guidance on how to assess cybersecurity risks in
maritime industry
First guidance in the industry on how to apply ISO-27001 and
IEC-62443 for ships in operation and on-shore liaison

Speaker: Knut Svein Ording, (Head of Section Offshore Class Approval); Patrick Rossi, (Senior Cybersecurity Product Manager & ISDS Approval Engineer)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
14:25 - 14:55
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Speaker: Eirik Nyhus (Director International Regulatory Affairs)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
14:30 - 15:30
Stand B3.OG 230 - Aussteller-Events

Exposition Opening Ceremony

Opening ceremony, presentation of St.Petersburg and its leading-industry companies.

Speaker: Vice-Governor of St.Petersburg, Mr.Sergey Movchan
St. Petersburg exposition
Firma: St. Petersburg exposition
14:45 - 16:15
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Panel 3 - Green propulsion - Is LNG the answer? what are other options?

LNG has been presented as a panacea for clean shipping. But despite projects at ports around the world, infrastructure remains a major issue. Availability is not keeping up with demand, and many practical considerations for on-board storage are not yet well-understood. On top of this, alternatives like methanol, once-considered niche, are moving to the fore, while interest in renewables and batteries grows. Will cleaner bunkering remain a one-horse-race, or are we headed for a multi-fuel future?

Moderator: Gavin Allwright

"Wind power and its potential for helping shipping become even greener"
Gavin Allwright (Secretary International Windship Association, IWSA)

"Running ships on alternative fuels – Stena Line Methanol project"
Erik Lewenhaupt (Head of Sustainability, Stena Line)

"LNG has been presented as a panacea for clean shipping – what are the barriers to the accelerated uptake of LNG as fuel for powering ships?"
Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen (CEO Maritime, DNV GL)

"Will cleaner bunkering stay a one-horse-race or are we headed for a multi-fuel future?"
Iain White (Global Marketing Manager, ExxonMobil Marine)

"The role of green propulsion (alternative fuels) in sustaining the world’s oceans"
Christine Valentin (COO, World Ocean Council)
15:00 - 16:30
Raum Shanghai 1-2 - Aussteller-Events

Presentation of Special Economic Zone LOTUS

Speaker: Sergey Milushkin, Director General
Special Economic Zone LOTUS
Firma: Special Economic Zone LOTUS
15:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: FPM - the key problems with vessel performance data and how to overcome them

Proper fleet performance management produces significant cost savings, but it all depends on the data that is used. Is autologging data better? What baselines should be used? How can you avoid double entry for owner and operator? This session will address and answer these questions.

Speaker: Torsten Büssow (Head of Fleet Performance Managment)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
15:00 - 17:00
Osaka 1 - Aussteller-Events

EU MRV regulation - what are the key requirements? How to comply?

The EU MRV seminar will discuss various aspects of the enforced Regulation 2015/757 on the Monitoring, Reporting & Verification (MRV) of carbon emissions and transport work of ships exceeding 5000 GT visiting EU ports from the perspectives of shipping companies, independent verifiers and other stakeholders. The aim is to provide operators with a good understanding of the key deadlines, requirements and challenges of the EU MRV to facilitate a smooth compliance upgrade well ahead of the legal deadlines.

The EU MRV Seminar is organized jointly by Verifavia Shipping, Zephyr Trading and CarbonSink.

Draft Agenda:

EU MRV Regulation Overview & Update (European Commission or Verifavia Shipping)
Development of an EU MRV Monitoring Plan: content and challenges for shipowners and operators (Verifavia Shipping)
EU MRV from the perspective of shipowners (TBD, various speakers)
EU MRV Case Study (CarbonSink)
Direct Emissions Measurement Systems – How to reduce emission effectively? (TBD)
How to Get MRV-Ready? (Verifavia Shipping)
Q&A

To register for the EU MRV Seminar, email SMM@verifavia-shipping.com, info@zephyrtrading.com
Zephyr
Firma: Zephyr
15:40 - 16:10
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: LNG as ship fuel - the PERFECt ship

GTT, CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and DNV GL recently released a technical and feasibility study for a new mega box ship: the Piston Engine Room Free Efficient Container Ship – the PERFECt ship. The concept vessel is LNG-fuelled, powered by a combined gas and steam turbine, and is electrically driven. In a next step, the project partners intend to work on the optimization of the power supply system and of the overall ship design.

Speaker: Gerd-Michael Würsig (Business Director LNG-Fuelled Ships)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
16:15 - 16:30
Konferenzraum Chicago - gmec

gmec: Conclusion - Lessons learned

18:30
InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe - MS&D

MS&D reception - on invitation only

07.09.2016
08:30 - 08:45
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Opening

Welcome address by the organisers
Moderator's remarks: Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)
08:45 - 09:15
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Keynote

"Developments in the worldwide security situation and their impact on maritime tasks"
Vice Admiral Rainer Brinkmann (Vice Chief of the German Navy, Commander German Fleet and Supporting Forces)
09:15 - 09:45
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Plenary session 1

Chair: Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)

"Operational capabilities required for future missions"
Commander (SG) Matthias Elvert (Branch Head Maritime Warfare Capability Development, German Navy Command)
09:45 - 10:15
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Speaker: Eirik Nyhus (Director International Regulatory Affairs)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
10:15 - 12:00
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Plenary session 1

Chair: Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)

10:15 – 10:45
"Global naval markets, force structures and future directions"
Bob Nugent (Defense Analyst and Consultant, AMI International)

10:45 – 11:15
"Platforms optimised for offshore patrol duties"
Detlef Schlichting (Sales Director, Fr. Lürssen Werft)

11:15 – 11:45
"German Naval Yards – fascination in naval shipbuilding for more than 175 years"
Susanne Wiegand (Managing Director, German Naval Yards)

11:45 – 12:00
Q & A or discussion
10:25 - 11:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: The container ship market - sector review and outlook

Where is the container ship market heading in light of declining container shipping freight rates? This presentation discusses some relevant technical and commercial aspects.

Speaker: Jan-Olaf Probst (Head of Business Development)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
11:00 - 13:00
B6.1 - Aussteller-Events

"Living with ECDIS" seminar

To achieve SOLAS carriage requirements for the use of ECDIS as a primary means of navigation, the ship’s safety management system must include procedures for the operational use of ECDIS. This seminar will outline the required policies and procedures, how to conduct a proper risk assessment and cover steps required for on-board implementation of ECDIS.

Who should attend
This seminar is for shipping companies who are currently implementing ECDIS or are yet to adopt and required to do so imminently. Due to the ECDIS mandate timetable, the seminar is likely to be of most use to those in the cargo vessel market which faces imminent mandate dates (over 50,000GT - July 2016), (over 20,000GT - July 2017) and (over 10,000GT - July 2018).

Speaker: Capt Paul Hailwood
United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
11:00 - 12:00
Raum Marseille 2 - Aussteller-Events

Tips for Ordering Valves

What exactly is a valve?
What are the types of valves and what do they do?
What are the most frequently used valves and how do we know the difference?
What’s the key information I need to order valves?
How do I get the order right first time?

Speaker: Mr. Cemil Eyupoglu
Atlas Marine Valves Co. Ltd.
Firma: Atlas Marine Valves Co. Ltd.
11:05 - 11:40
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Speaker: Christian Cabos (Head of Department Information Management Technologies)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
11:45 - 12:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: FPM - the impact of hull degradation and how to measure it

Hull degradation has a significant impact on vessel performance, but is often not paid enough attention to. Today hull degradation can be computed; there is no need for visual inspections or divers. This sessions explains how DNV GL does this and what impact uncertainties have on the results.

Speaker: Thilo Dückert (Product Manager Fleet Performance Management)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
13:00 - 14:30
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Panel 1 - Naval operations / regional collaboration

Chair: Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)

13:00 - 13:30
"The Baltic Sea: area of change and increasing cooperation"
Commander (SG) Matthias Elvert (Branch Head Maritime Warfare Capability Development, German Navy Command)

13:30 - 14:00
"The Indian Navy – pivotal provider of peace and stability in the Indian Ocean"
Vice Admiral Pradeep Chauhan (Rtd.), (Indian Navy)

14:00 - 14:30
"2050 Africa’s Integrated Maritime Strategy (2050 AIM Strategy) – vision or road map for the future?"
Samuel Kame-Domguia, (OCist., Coordinator 2050 AIM Strategy, PO Integrated Maritime Strategy (2050 AIM Strategy) Task Force, African Union Commission)
13:00 - 14:30
Konferenzraum Osaka - MS&D

MS&D: Panel 2 - Naval technology

Chair: Dr Stefan Nitschke (NAVAL FORCES )

13:00 - 13:30
"The century’s challenges for Naval Mine Warfare"
Commander (SG) Nico Vasseur (former Director EGUERMIN NATO Mine Warfare Centre of Excellence)

13:30 - 14:00
"Cyber attacks – are navies protected?"
Dietmar Hilke (Director Cyber Security, Thales Deutschland)

Naval technology / shipbuilding

14:00 - 14:30
"Naval Ship Code – challenge or benefit for the navies of the world?"
Christian Freiherr von Oldershausen (Segment Director Navy, DNV GL)
13:15 - 14:45
Raum B5.4 - Aussteller-Events

Unabhängige Echtzeit-Schiffs-ETA Bestimmung - ein neuer Lösungsansatz

Wann erreicht ein Schiff einen Hafen? Auf diese scheinbar simple Frage gibt es im Moment keine einfache Antwort. Richten sich die Akteure im Hafen nach dem ETA im Fahrplan oder dem ETA im AIS-Signal, dann stellen sie letztendlich fest, dass das Schiff zu einem ganz anderen Zeitpunkt ankommt. Verlässliche Informationen über das Schiffs-ETA führen zu einer besseren Kapazitäten- und Ressourcenplanung und sparen Zeit und Geld.
Wir möchten Ihnen daher den Prototypen eines neuen Onlinetools zur unabhängigen Echtzeit-Schiffs-ETA-Bestimmung vorstellen und freuen uns auf Ihr Feedback.
DVV Media Group GmbH & Trenz AG
Firma: DVV Media Group GmbH & Trenz AG
13:30 - 14:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Most modern ship safety management - Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Speaker: Christoph Peickert (Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
14:00 - 17:00
Kopenhagen 3 - Aussteller-Events

Maritime VSAT: Buy Now or Wait for Tomorrow?

If you are interested in installing Broadband Satellite Communications on your vessels, improving vessel efficiency, and lowering costs this event is a "must attend." Join SpeedCast, a leading maritime satellite integrator and our "World Class" panel of Satellite Industry experts including: SES Global, the World's largest Satellite Operator; Iridium Communications, best known for its L-Band Services and its new NEXT Constellation; iDirect, the the major provider of maritime internet infrastructure; Newtec, a leader in the development of dedicated, high throughput, satellite communication, Phasor, developer of a revolutionary new Flat Panel Maritime Antenna and iJet Technologies, a leading developer of telematics-based, efficiency enhancing solution for the airline industry.

Speaker: Alan Gottlieb
SpeedCast
14:00 - 15:30
MacGregor stand, Halle A1, stand 423 - Aussteller-Events

So much potential - Let's not waste it. Panel discussion

By invitation only:
Panel discussion will start with the key note speech followed by the panellists discussing on the inevitable transformation of the maritime industry.

Panel key note speech von André Rocha from McKinsey
MacGregor Group
Firma: MacGregor Group
14:00 - 15:00
Raum A3.2 - Aussteller-Events

Workshop B: Supporting Sales in Asia/Pacific/Europe

Shipping in established markets
Workshop for shipowners, suppliers and yards

Registration necessary under maritime-industries@kfw-events.de
KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
Firma: KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
14:10 - 14:45
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: From good to great - enhancing ship management and operation

Ship managers are facing significant pressure in today’s market with low charter rates and intense competition to reduce cost while preserving quality. The conflicting goals of low cost and high quality need to be addressed in ship management contracts to ensure that clear expectations are set and that delivering high quality is recognized. The presentation will go through selected elements which can contribute to improved performance and transparency, providing insight in Port State Control management, procurement and dry-docking management.

Speaker: Jarle Blomhoff (Business Development Leader Advisory Germany)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
14:50 - 15:30
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Managing cyber risk in shipping

DNV GL is launching a recommended practice, e-learning and self-assessment app to help the maritime industry address and improve cybersecurity resilience on board ships and mobile offshore units for systems, crew, vessels and the onshore digital liaisons for both IT and OT (operational technology such as SCADA, PLCs, sensors)

First hands-on guidance on how to assess cybersecurity risks in
maritime industry
First guidance in the industry on how to apply ISO-27001 and
IEC-62443 for ships in operation and on-shore liaison

Speaker: Knut Svein Ording, (Head of Section Offshore Class Approval); Patrick Rossi, (Senior Cybersecurity Product Manager & ISDS Approval Engineer)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
15:00 - 16:45
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Panel 1 - Naval operations / combating assymetric threats

15:00 - 15:30
"Piracy - still a factor for international trade?"
Michael Howlett (Deputy Director International Maritime Bureau Commercial Crime Services (ICC))

15:30 - 16:00
"Border protection and rescue of migrants – two sides of the same coin?"
Ana Cristina Jorge (Head of Joint Operations, Frontex)

16:00 - 16:30
"Combating drug trafficking and terrorism in Colombian jurisdictional waters and the open sea"
Rear Admiral José Ricardo Hurtado Chacón (Naval Fleet Commander, Colombian Navy)

16:30 - 16:45
Q&A or discussion
15:00 - 16:45
Konferenzraum Osaka - MS&D

MS&D: Panel 2 - Naval technology / shipbuilding

Chair: Dr Stefan Nitschke (NAVAL FORCES )

15:00 - 15:30
"Planning, designing, and modernising of naval vessels"
Nikolas Fuyuki Kuramochi (Head of Section System Engineering,
MTG Marinetechnik)

15:30 - 16:00
"Unconventional hull forms – Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH)"
Thomas Haake (Sales Director Navy, Abeking & Rasmussen Schiffs- und Yachtwerft)

16:00 - 16:30
"Diesel engines for naval vessels becoming GREENer"
Christoph Fenske, Director Application Center Governmental Naval, MTU Friedrichshafen

16:30 - 16:45
Q&A or discussion
15:15 - 16:45
Raum B5.4 - Aussteller-Events

Unabhängige Echtzeit-Schiffs-ETA Bestimmung - ein neuer Lösungsansatz

Wann erreicht ein Schiff einen Hafen? Auf diese scheinbar simple Frage gibt es im Moment keine einfache Antwort. Richten sich die Akteure im Hafen nach dem ETA im Fahrplan oder dem ETA im AIS-Signal, dann stellen sie letztendlich fest, dass das Schiff zu einem ganz anderen Zeitpunkt ankommt. Verlässliche Informationen über das Schiffs-ETA führen zu einer besseren Kapazitäten- und Ressourcenplanung und sparen Zeit und Geld.
Wir möchten Ihnen daher den Prototypen eines neuen Onlinetools zur unabhängigen Echtzeit-Schiffs-ETA-Bestimmung vorstellen und freuen uns auf Ihr Feedback.
DVV Media Group GmbH & Trenz AG
Firma: DVV Media Group GmbH & Trenz AG
16:00 - 17:00
Raum A3.2 - Aussteller-Events

Workshop C: Spotlight Cruise Industry

Workshop and panel discussion for shipowners, suppliers and yards
Followed by drinks

Registration necessary under maritime-industries@kfw-events.de
KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
Firma: KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH
16:00 - 17:30
Halle B4, EG, Stand 211 - Host DNV GL Booth - Aussteller-Events

Award Personality of the Year 2016 (PotY)

WISTA Germany Award „Personality of the Year 2016
Zum zweiten Mal verleiht WISTA Germany den Award, Personality of the Year (PotY). Mit dem Preis küren wir eine weibliche Persönlichkeit, die in Sachen Karriere und Engagement eine Vorbild- und Vorreiterfunktion in der maritimen Wirtschaft übernimmt.

Podiums Diskussion plus Award Verleihungs-Zeremonie
WISTA Germany - Women's International Shipping and Trading Association
Firma: WISTA Germany - Women's International Shipping and Trading Association
16:45 - 17:15
Konferenzraum Chicago - MS&D

MS&D: Plenary session 2 / conclusion

Chair: Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)

Moderators’ assessments/ Q & A
Dr Stefan Nitschke and Jan Wiedemann (NAVAL FORCES)

Closing remarks by the organisers
08.09.2016
09:30 - 13:00
Osaka, 2. Obergeschoss - Aussteller-Events

Digital Ship: Connectivity Industry Briefing

The Connectivity Industry Briefing, which is hosted by Intelsat, will look at how Innovation & Evolution in Maritime Connectivity is changing the landscape by improving operational agility, creating enhanced efficiency and above all reducing costs for the ship owner and manager.
Digital Ship
Firma: Digital Ship
09:45 - 10:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Unmanned ships - seriously? On the way to unmanned ships

The presentation looks at technical progress and open issues for highly autonomous or unmanned shipping. It is intended to promote information and discussion on this controversial issue.

Speaker: Volker Bertram (Project Manager Eng. Services NB, Competence, Learning & Academy), Øystein Engelhardtsen (Senior Researcher Maritime Transport)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
10:00 - 10:10
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Opening

Welcome address by the organisers

Welcome address by Parliamentary State Secretary Uwe Beckmeyer (Federal Government Co-ordinator for the Maritime Industry, BMWi)
10:00 - 17:00
Halle B7, Raum B7.1, Obergeschoss - Aussteller-Events

MariMatch 2016 - International Brokerage Event at SMM Hamburg

MariMatch at SMM has been designed as a partnering platform offering an opportunity to meet potential partners for new business, for R&D projects and to expand your network in the maritime sector. Representatives of companies, associations, universities and research institutes offering or requesting innovative solutions, investigating new collaborations and searching for adequate project partners will get a great opportunity to discuss their ideas face-to-face in pre-arranged 30-minutes meetings. In addition you may participate in our Guided Tours "Maritime Innovation from Northern Germany" and consult our EEN-expert on EU funding!
Enterprise Europe Network - TuTech Innovation GmbH
Firma: Enterprise Europe Network - TuTech Innovation GmbH
10:00 - 10:45
Raum St. Petersburg - Aussteller-Events

Smart Ship Application Platform 2 (SSAP2) Project Seminar

Onboard and ashore IoT application services, which relies on ship onboard equipment data, have become prevalent.
The concept of Smart Ship is to utilize IoT application services to achieve optimum ship operation in terms of safety and energy efficiency.
Armed with the following two promoting new international standards, we aim at business development in marine information field utilizing ship IoT data.

Speaker: Dr. Hideyuki Ando, Senior General Manager, Maritime Technology Division, MTI Co., Ltd. Chairman of SSAP2 Project
Firma: Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association
10:10 - 10:15

Offshore Dialogue: Moderator introduction

David Foxwell (editor offshore support Journal)
10:15 - 10:35
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Keynote

"Global Offshore Prospects"
Steve Robertson (Director, Douglas-Westwood)
10:25 - 11:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: LNG as ship fuel - the PERFECt ship

GTT, CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and DNV GL recently released a technical and feasibility study for a new mega box ship: the Piston Engine Room Free Efficient Container Ship – the PERFECt ship. The concept vessel is LNG-fuelled, powered by a combined gas and steam turbine, and is electrically driven. In a next step, the project partners intend to work on the optimization of the power supply system and of the overall ship design.

Speaker: Gerd-Michael Würsig (Business Director LNG-Fuelled Ships)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
10:35 - 12:00
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Panel 1 - Subsea technology - experience and challenges

"Inspection maintenance and repair (IMR) overview (oil, gas and wind)"
Alex Gauntt (Business Development Manager, Siem Offshore Contractors)
Jan Holtermann (IMR Manager, Siem Offshore Contractors)

"The first subsea gas compression plant in the world – an efficient and economical solution to increase oil & gas recovery rates"
Basil Zweifel (Vice President, Head of Sales & Contracts Oil & Gas Upstream MAN)

"Trends in remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and their operation"
Moray Melhuish (Business Development Director, ROVOP)

"Installing heavy loads underwater: new generation of crane technology for offshore application"
Baard Alsaker (Vice President, R&D and Technology, MacGregor)

"Applying technology to seabed mining: using dredging and offshore technology to mine minerals on the seabed"
Laurens de Jonge (Manager Design and Estimation for Mining, Royal IHC)
11:00 - 13:00
B6.4 - Aussteller-Events

"Living with ECDIS" seminar

This free seminar from the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office is for those who are already operating with ECDIS and wish to be kept informed of new developments. It focuses on the role software standards have in compliance and optimising digital navigation. It will cover the ongoing requirements following on from implementation and focuses on what needs to be done to ensure the navigational benefits of ECDIS are achieved.

Who should attend
This seminar is for shipping companies who have already implemented ECDIS. The audience who will benefit the most will be those in the passenger ship, tanker and over 50,000 GT cargo vessel markets.

Speaker: Tom Mellor
United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
11:05 - 11:40
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Most modern ship safety management - Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Speaker: Christoph Peickert (Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
11:45 - 12:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Speaker: Eirik Nyhus (Director International Regulatory Affairs)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
12:00 - 13:00
Raum A3.2 - Aussteller-Events

GeMaX - Ship Financing - Opportunities and challenges for shipowners

Presentation of the GeMaX Scheme - German content based long-term project financing for shipowners and offshore contractors.

Speaker: Christian Schneider, GeMaX, Thomas Ankele, KfW
GeMaX - VSM (German Shipbuilding and Ocean Industries Association)
Firma: GeMaX - VSM (German Shipbuilding and Ocean Industries Association)
13:00 - 14:30
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Panel 2 - Health, safety & environment - the human factor

"Creating a safe environment at sea"
Peter Robert (Manager Business Development & Market Intelligence, Damen Shipyards)

"Opportunities and challenges in offshore simulation and training"
Michael Macdonald Arnskov (Sales Manager, Simulation, Training & Ports, FORCE Technology)

"Offshore accommodation of the future – service vessels and/or fixed platforms"
Rune Tvedt (Founding Partner and MD, KONGSTEIN)

"Winter workability: optimising your offshore workforce - a case study by Acta Marine"
Kerrie Forster (Deputy Operations Manager, Fleet Safety Officer, Acta Marine Wind Services B.V.)
13:30 - 14:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: FPM - upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

Speaker: Torsten Büssow (Head of Fleet Performance Management)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
13:30 - 17:30
Osaka, 2. Obergeschoss - Aussteller-Events

Digital Ship: The Cyber Challenge - Maritime Risk & Safety Forum

The Cyber Challenge: Maritime Risk & Safety Forum will look at how the industry is reacting to the advent of increased cyber threats borne out of the growing use of cloud and IoT applications, the number of devices used, and larger ships but fewer crew - meaning even more reliance on automation and remote monitoring.
Digital Ship
14:00 - 16:30
Raum Marseille 1 - Aussteller-Events

HHI Ship Technology Forum

Session 1 (14:00 - 14:50): HHI Technical Services
(HHI various technical services including Performance Improvement Solutions, New Regulatory Solutions, Genuine Part Supply Service, Vessel Repair Support)

Session 2 (15:00 - 15:50) : HHI IoT Solutions
(HHI various Smartship Solutions)
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Firma: Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
14:00 - 16:00
Kopenhagen I - III - Aussteller-Events

CIMAC Circle 2016 - IMO Tier3 strategies under the light of changes in the oil market

Panel discussion on IMO Tier3 strategies under the light of changes in the oil market

Discourser: Paolo Tonon, Maersk Maritime Technology
CIMAC
14:10 - 14:45
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Speaker: Christian Cabos (Head of Department Information Management Technologies)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
14:45 - 16:15
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Panel 3 - Digitalisation offshore 4.0 - challenge and opportunity

"Ship intelligence solutions for oil & gas and offshore wind"
Dr Jann Peter Strand (Product Manager – Automation & Control, Rolls-Royce Marine)

"Intelligent offshore service & maintenance concepts"
Juan Gallego (Remote Diagnostic Services Global Manager, SKF)

"Logistics optimization for offshore wind parks through simulation based on real-time data"
Torsten Münsterberg (Research Associate of the Fraunhofer CML)

"Cyber safety and security in the offshore sector"
Kenneth Richardson (Executive Vice President Global Offshore, ABS)
15:00 - 15:35
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: From good to great - enhancing ship management and operation

Ship managers are facing significant pressure in today’s market with low charter rates and intense competition to reduce cost while preserving quality. The conflicting goals of low cost and high quality need to be addressed in ship management contracts to ensure that clear expectations are set and that delivering high quality is recognized. The presentation will go through selected elements which can contribute to improved performance and transparency, providing insight in Port State Control management, procurement and dry-docking management.

Speaker: Jarle Blomhoff (Business Development Leader Advisory Germany)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
15:40 - 16:15
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Green Coastal Shipping Programme

Through the Green Coastal Shipping Programme, Norway has established a joint programme between government and industry to create the world’s most effective and environmentally friendly fleet of coastal vessels. The programme aims to revolutionize the way coastal shipping operates, converting fleets to run partly or entirely on batteries, liquefied natural gas (LNG) or other green fuels.

Speaker: Narve Mjøs (Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
16:15 - 16:30
Konferenzraum Chicago - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Conclusion - Lessons learned by moderator

09.09.2016
09:45 - 10:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Most modern ship safety management - Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Speaker: Christoph Peickert (Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
10:25 - 11:00
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: FPM - upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

Speaker: Torsten Büssow (Head of Fleet Performance Management)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
11:05 - 11:40
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Batteries - the next big thing?

Recent developments in battery technology and ship electrification hold significant promise for more efficient use of energy, energy recovery and use of renewables. All electric ships and hybrid ships with energy storage in large batteries with optimized power control can significantly reduce fuel costs, maintenance and emissions. Additionally, increased ship responsiveness and improved regularity and safety in critical situations are achieved.

Speaker: Narve Mjøs (Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL
11:45 - 12:20
DNV GL Forum - Eingang Ost - Aussteller-Events

DNV GL Forum: Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Speaker: Christian Cabos (Head of Department Information Management Technologies)
DNV GL
Firma: DNV GL