Digital Ship Singapore - 2012
Maritime Communications and Information Technology Conference and Exhibition
If you would like to nominate a speaker or a topic for consideration in this conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Confirmed Speakers include:
- Rob Frenks, Group ICT Manager, Vroon B.V
- Roine Ahlquist, General Manager, Tanker Pacific
- Frank Coles, President, Inmarsat Maritime
- Iskandar Z Dahlan, General Manager, Pacific Richfield Marine Pte, Ltd.
- Toha Miharja, Technical Commercial Fleet Manager, Pertamina Shipping
- Timothy Scheller, Business Development Manager, Columbia Shipmanagement
- Capt. Mikkjal Poulsen, Managing Director, Thome Ship Management (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
- Rainer Twisterling, Chief Technical Officer, Interschalt Maritime Systems AG
- Capt. Ishtiyaq A. Sawant, Marine Superintendent, ST Shipping and Transport
- Rajkrish Kumaran , Fleet Services Head, Thome Ship Management
- Capt. Ram K Gautam, Fleet Training Manager, Epic Ship Management Pte. Ltd.
- Song Lee Meng, Product Director, SingTel
- Patrick Slesinger, Slesinger Consulting
- Dominic Ng, Director Maritime Software, Germanischer Lloyd
- Bhupesh Gandhi, Director Asia Pacific, Maritime Information Systems<
- Captain Tarun K. Mathur, Sales Director, Navigation Systems, Transas Marine Pacific
- Peter Blackhurst, Head of Safety, Inmarsat
- Alvin Chew, Regional Director, Asia, Iridium
- Shamsul Bahrin, IT Security Consultant, Marasi International Pte Ltd
- Ken Coffey, MD, International Operations, Applied Satellite Engineering EMEA
- Captain Richard Dunham, Senior Lecturer, National Centre for Ports and Shipping, Australian Maritime College
- Martin Nygate, Director, Gentay Pte Ltd
- Ngiam Kiah Kwang, Director of Training, SpecTec
- Capt. Mohit Sabharwal, Director Marine and Systems, Orion Marine Concepts
Day one, 22 May 2012
SESSION: SATCOMS TECHNOLOGY
Opening Notes from Conference Chair
Competitive Advantage through Technology
- Can technology create a strategic position for ship managers?
Inmarsat Maritime – a Different Approach
- An overview of Inmarsat Maritime’s key priorities for 2012 and beyond
- A vision of changing customer requirements and how Inmarsat plans to address them in the future
- An overview of Inmarsat’s new approach to its distribution model
- An outline of a new fully comprehensive service portfolio
- An outline of the migration path to GX via Xpresslink
View from the Top
Broadband Onboard and ICT Solutions – Cost or Driver
Iridium Truly Global Broadband Broadband Delivering Truly Compelling ROI
- A discussion on the Iridium approach to maritime communications, especially vis-à-vis the recent launch of its second generation global broadband service, Iridium Pilot (TM)
- The value play of not only being able to provide fully global communications coverage, but also at an extremely cost effective cost for voice and data, an upgraded antenna for the harshest environments, and a host of features that help ship IT/telecoms managers smartly optimize their comms tools
- A fleet case study will be discussed on WiFi services for crew
- Iridium's broader maritime strategy for building important partnerships to offer VSAT companion services as well as an unprecedented fashion as well as providing voice and data communications services through increasingly smaller devices with innovative functionality will be discussed, especially vis-à-vis Iridium's upcoming next-generation satellite constellation launch, Iridium NEXT
Strategic Partnerships in the Area of Maritime Satellite Communication
The presentation will cover training strategies being implemented at the EMAS Training Academy & Simulation Centre, Singapore and would touch on:
- Establishing a strategic partnership
- Management styles
Global, Reliable, Safety Communications Now & in The Future
TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SESSION
Opening Notes from Conference Chair
Navigating Through the Web Jungle
- How to source smart on web
- Is E-sourcing hampering the personal relationships between buyer and seller
- E-sourcing and the advances made in this field over the decade
- Electronic trading platforms and their role
- Future of E-sourcing
How ICT Can Assist Energy Efficient Fleet Operations
Monitoring Ship Management Processes with ICT
- Enabling performance-based ship management
- Defining performance metrics that fit the individual organization
- Structuring information flows to automate and standardise collection and processing of data for KPI monitoring
- Using modern BI systems also to be able to identify weaknesses, trends, etc. and thereby facilitating organisational learning and continuous improvement
Efficient Management of Energy on Ships with Due Consideration to the Business Operative
- Emissions related legislative requirements
- Expectations from us as ship owners/managers and service providers
- Compliance methodology with the commercial driver
- Implemented measures to reduce emissions
- Advanced technology support for efficient measurement of energy and evaluation of fleet performance
Intermanager Shipping KPIs as a Hosted Service App
- The importance of establishing Business Intelligence in the maritime software stack
- Critical factors in sourcing the right BI partner
- Why the Intermanager KPI framework serves as a great first BI project for a maritime company
- The concept of a Business Intelligence Software as a Service (SaaS) for a cost-efficient entry to BI
- The evidanza3 corporate performance platform
Data Security and its Relevance in the Shipping Industry
- Water and data leaks / contamination. Are they similar?
- High profile data breaches? Aren't we already convinced?
- A maritime shipping scenario: A 'breach' too far?
- No breach is too far but it can be staved off
- IT security solutions galore. What's needed?
Technology and Assurance - Practical Aspects and Wish List
Day Two, 23 May 2012
Inmarsat Training Session – XpressLink
Inmarsat will be running a presentation on their latest high-speed Broadband offering. This is a fully integrated Ku-Band and L-Band offering giving the maritime industry a compelling combination of reliability and fast access for both proprietary and commercial off-the-shelf applications on a global basis.
This training is designed to show you how Inmarsat can provide a fully managed, quality service to the industry. The subject areas are:
- What is XpressLink?
- What makes XpressLink different?
- The Fully Managed Integrated Solution
- The Pathway to GlobalXpress
SESSION: ECDIS & Navigation
Opening Notes from Conference Chair
ECDIS - the Future of Navigation Post 2015
Raising Ship’s Efficiency
- Aspects related to navigational efficiency.
Tools of the Trade – a Brief Look at the Tools Required to Navigate with ECDIS
- The performance standards give requirements for the tools that must be available for navigation – are these sufficient for safe navigation?
- If they are, what can be done to improve them?
- If they aren’t, what needs to be included?
SESSION: Safety, Training & Crew Welfare
Removing the IT Burden from the Crew
Rest Hours and Beyond...
- Current stringent compliance of rest hours and treatment of violation as high risk
- How the involvement of software can assist in tracking rest hours and planning etc.
Creating Low Cost Computer Networks on Board Vessels
- Compliance with Anti-Piracy CCTV surveillance systems
SESSION: Technology Showcase
Preparing the Citadel with Satellite Voice/ Positions Reports
- Challenges of bringing satellite voice and data into the Citadeld
- NATO response guidelines for Citadel communications
- Installation Keys and methods
- Advanced features of remote configuration/polling
- Accessing/Viewing GPS coordinates in the Citadel and sending emergency reports
Communications Efficiency and Platform Recommendations
- VSAT broadband technology and antenna systems breakthroughs
To be confirmed
Close of Conference – See you in 2013!
Singapore '12 Exhibition
To enquire about exhibition stands contact Ria Kontogeorgou, Digital Ship Advertising and Exhibition Sales Manager, in London on tel: +44 (0)20 7510 4931, e-mail email@example.com
* subject to change as required by the organiser
|11||GL Maritime Software|
|16||Applied Satellite Engineering|
|19||Japan Radio Co.|
|21||Orange Business Services|
|22||KVH Industries A/S|
|23||KVH Industries A/S|
Singapore '12 Sponsorship Opportunities
To enquire about sponsorship opportunities contact Ria Kontogeorgou, Digital Ship Advertising and Exhibition Sales Manager, in London on tel: +44 (0)20 7510 4931, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|Day 1 8.30 am welcome break||Evidanza|
|Day 1 11.00 am morning break||ABS Nautical Systems|
|Day 1 lunch||Dualog|
|Day 1 afternoon break||Transas|
|Day 1 drinks reception||Iridium|
|Day 2 welcome break|
|Day 2 morning break||Interschalt|
|Day 2 lunch||H2OSatellite|
|Conference room notepads||Inmarsat|
|Conference room pens||Inmarsat|
|Bottled water in conference room|
|Wireless Hotspot Sponsor|
|*Other: mousemats, internet etc|
|* Other opportunities are available upon request.|
Gallery West, Level 3
Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Raffles Boulevard
How to reach the venue
Situated next to the Central Business District, Suntec Singapore is at the heart of a self-contained, totally integrated events infrastructure, and only 20 minutes from Changi International Airport, where most major Asian capital cities are within a six-hour radius flying time.
By Public Transport
Suntec Singapore is conveniently accessible by MRT and buses.
The nearest MRT Station is Esplanade Station. Alternatively, you can also alight at City Hall Interchange. From there, you can then take a 10 minutes’ walk via the underground City Link Mall.
Bus services to Suntec Singapore: 36, 97, 106, 111, 133, 501, 502, 518, 857, 700. Alight right in front of the Convention Centre.
Access Routes to Suntec City By Road / By Car
• Raffles Boulevard (from Bras Basah Road)
• Temasek Avenue
• Rochor Road exit from East Coast Expressway
• Nicoll Highway
Suntec Singapore is accessible via 2 major expressways: East Coast Expressway (ECP) and Central Expressway (CTE). There are prominent signages directing the way to Suntec Singapore, which is located south of the Office Towers. There are a total of 3,200 parking lots available in the basement of Suntec City, and many more are available in the vicinity.
Accommodation OfferMarina Mandarin Singapore, by MeritusT: (65) 6845 1243
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina SquareF: (65) 6845 1020
Deluxe rooms from SGD 340, including breakfast and internet access.
To book and view terms and conditions please CLICK HERE or enter DSS in the Corporate/Promotion Code box.
Digital Ship cannot book rooms on your behalf; you need to arrange your own accommodation for yourself and colleagues.
Singapore 2012 Registration
Online registrations for the Digital Ship Singapore event have now closed, but you can still register at the conference registration desk (located at Gallery West, Level 3) from 08.30 on Tuesday, 22 May.
Please bring your business card to the registration desk and a name badge will be made for you while you wait.
Entry is free of charge for shipping company employees only, non-shipping company delegates will need to pay the GBP595 delegate fee.