December 5 & 6, 2018 • Renaissance Seattle Hotel • Seattle, Washington

Agenda

Day 1: e-Navigation Today


7:30-8:30am

Continental Breakfast and Networking

 


8:30-8:45am

Welcome

Opening Remarks


8:45-10:00am

Regulations, Standards, and Policies for e-Navigation, Automation, and the Human/Machine Interface

A panel discussion involving industry association representatives and the regulatory community addressing essential services and regulatory policy issues as they relate to automation and cybersecurity.
Topics include:

  • IMO’s regulatory scoping exercise on autonomous shipping
  • Other regulatory and policy developments: current and pending
  • Industry concerns over navigation policy and regulatory framework
  • Opportunities and mechanisms for industry engagement in policy making and regulatory standards

Moderator: Bill Cairns, American Pilots’ Association
Panelists:

 


10:00-10:30am

Coffee Break and Networking

 


10:30-12:00pm

Current Technology: Successes and Failures

Moderator: Capt. Paul Amos, Columbia River Pilots
Panelists:

 


12:00-1:30pm

Luncheon

 


1:30-3:00pm

Manufacturers’ Perspective on Human/Machine Interface

Moderator: Dave Boldt, Marine Learning Systems
Panelists:

 


3:00-3:30pm

Coffee and Networking

 


3:30-5:00pm

Training to Integrate Automation and Bridge Resource Management

Moderator: Capt. Wayne Bailey, Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS)
Panelists:

 


5:00-6:30pm

Hosted Reception

 


Day 2: e-Navigation Tomorrow


8:00-9:00am

Continental Breakfast and Networking

 


9:00-10:30am

The Impact of Autonomous Ships on Navigation, Regulation and Application

Moderator: Capt. Alain Arseneault, Canadian Pilots Association
Panelists:

 


10:30-11:00am

Coffee and Networking

 


11:00am-12:00pm

Technical Developments in Navigation Automation

Moderator: Capt. Jorge Viso, American Pilots’ Association
Panelists:

 


12:00-1:30pm

Luncheon

 


1:30-3:00pm

Advances in Data Collection and Dissemination

Hydrography, weather prediction and other technical advances

Moderator: Brian Tetreault, US Army Corps of Engineers
Panelists:

 


3:00pm

Adjourn