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Day 2 / June 19 (Mon)

Session Ⅰ The role of [IMO/CIRM/IHO/IALA] in the harmonized approach to e-Navigation
  • ChairMr. Jorge Arroyo, United States Coast Guard
  • Jorge Arroyo is a Program & Management Analyst at Coast Guard Headquarters; and regulatory project officer and subject matter expert for Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) and E-Navigation. He is also a U.S. delegate to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Navigation Sub-Committee and participant in various other marine electronic bodies, such as the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC), the Radio Technical Committee for Maritime Services (RTCM), and, is also currently the Vice-chair of the e-Navigation Group of the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).

    A native of Chicago, Illinois, Jorge joined the United States Coast Guard in 1980 and in the subsequent 13 years served as a commissioned officer with assignments and duties in: recreational boating safety, search and rescue, vessel traffic management, polar icebreaking, ship and shore-side operations. He was project officer in over two dozen regulatory projects including the 1986 Summer Olympic yachting events and U.S. vessel traffic service rules. After a 5 year hiatus, he returned to the Coast Guard as a civil servent in 1999 and is currently a program and management analyst in Office of Navigation Systems at USCG Headquarters in Washington, D.C and the USCG’s regulatory project officer and subject matter expert for Automatic Identification System (AIS) and e-Navigation. He is also U.S. delegate to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Navigation Sub-Committee and chair of its Drafting Group of the IMO AIS Aids to Navigation Guideline; member of various navigation working groups of the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) and Radio Technical Committee for Maritime Services (RTCM); and, past Vice-Chair of the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) AIS working group, and, current Vice-chair of the IALA E-Navigation Committee. He obtained a Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois, Juris Doctor from DePaul Law School in Chicago, Illinois, and, has sailed the seven seas and made land-fall on every continent.
  • Speaker
    • Speech 1 : Sascha Pristrom / IMO, Technical Officer
      Taking the lead: IMO’s role in the implementation of the e-Navigation Strategy Implementation Plan
    • Speech 2 : Richard Doherty / CIRM
      Harmonization and Innovation: Getting the balance right
    • Speech 3 : Yong Baek / IHO, Vice Chair of IHO S-100 Working Group S-100 and e-Navigation
    • Speech 4 : Omar Frits Eriksson / IALA
      e-Navigation in Developing Countries
    • Speech 5 : SunBae Hong / MOF
      e-Navigation, Connect Ocean and Tomorrow
Session II e-Navigation for Non-SOLAS Ships
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  • ChairDr. Axel Hahn, OFFIS
  • Axel Hahn is full professor and leading the Working Group System Analysis and Optimization at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg. He is board member of the research institute OFFIS - Institute for Informatics. At OFFIS he is coordinating the research activities for maritime transportation systems. His research addresses design, simulation and analysis of critical social technical systems in maritime transportation.
  • Speaker
    • Speech 1 : Geonung Kim / MMU, Korea
      Survey on the Korean VMSs for Fishing Vessels and Challenge for Monitoring the High-risk Ships
    • Speech 2 : Bjorn Age HJOLLO / NAVTOR, Norway
      e-Navigation Solutions for High-end Non-SOLAS Vessels
    • Speech 3 : Dongsik Woo/ RISE VIKTORIA
      Comparison between STM for SOLAS ships and SMART-Navigation for Non-SOLAS ships
    • Speech 4 : Sewoong OH / KRISO, Korea
      ECS Standards for Non-SOLAS Vessels
    • Speech 5 : Yasuyuki Niwa / NMRI, Japan
      Two Acquisition Methods for Sensing non-AIS ship’s Location for Location Sharing Systems



Day3 / June 20 (Tue)

Session Ⅲ Implementation of the Maritime Service Portfolio and Supporting Infrastructure
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  • ChairDr. Jin Hyoung Park, KRISO
  • Dr. Jin Hyoung Park is a principal researcher at SMART-Navigation Project Office of Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO). His research activities focus on innovations in navigational safety systems and services. He is leading systems engineering practices of the SMART-Navigation Project, a Korean national-wide e-navigation project that will continue until the December of 2020, Funded by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) of Korea. In addition, He is the project leader of Korean-European Innovative Portable Pilot Unit (KEI.POP) Project at Korean side, a Korea-German bilateral project funded by EUREKA program. As a part of international activities, Dr. Park organized the International Workshop on Global e-Navigation Test Bed at KRISO in Daejeon Korea in 2013 and at DMA in Copenhagen in 2014. At IALA, He has contributed on the development of “e-Navigation Lessons Learnt Process” of IALA for the evaluation and analysis of e-Navigation testbed outcomes since ENAV15. Currently, He is the vice-chair of WG1 (Harmonization) of ENAV Committee of IALA. For the Maritime Cloud Development Forum (MCDF), He is leading the Maritime Messaging Service (MMS) WG.
  • Speaker
    • Speech 1 : Boksub Song / SMART-Navigation Project Office, Korea
      LTE-Maritime Sea Trial Test Result
    • Speech 2 : KaeMyung Park / ICT Center, Korean Register
      A Message Relaying Architecture based on the Maritime Resource
    • Speech 3 : Leon Siegel / OFFIS, Germany
      MTCAS: An e-Navigation Assistance System for Cooperative Collision Avoidance at Sea
    • Speech 4 : Margareta Lutzhoft / Australian Maritime College University of Tasmania
      Human centred design for maritime technology
    • Speech 5 : Per Setterberg / Swedish Maritime Administration
      STM Validation project – ecosystem of concrete services in test-beds
    • Speech 6 : Alex Hahn / University of Oldenburg
      The Generic Testbed eMIR: The eMaritime Integrated Reference Platform
    • Speech 7 : Ernest Batty / IMIS Global Limited
      VHF Data Exchange System : A maritime communications technology for information sharing
Session Ⅳ Regional Cooperation & Collaboration towards e-Navigation
  • ChairMr. Mahesh Alimchandani, AMSA
  • Mahesh Alimchandani is the Head of Nautical in the Standards Division of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Mahesh is a Master Mariner (Class 1) and has served on ocean-going cargo ships for over fourteen years. He has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Canberra. Mahesh is an Associate Fellow of the Nautical Institute. Mahesh has been with AMSA for over 20 years. He leads a team responsible for the development of policies and practices which enhance the safety of navigation in Australian waters. This includes nautical advice to enhance the effectiveness of AMSA’s aids to navigation network. He also represents AMSA at various national and international marine navigation safety forums. Mahesh served as the Technical Coordination Manager at IALA from 2006 to 2008. Mahesh is the recipient of an Australia Day achievement award in 2004 and the AMSA Chairman’s Award in 2011.
  • Speaker
    • Speech 1 : Lene Vesterlund / VP Technology and Products Kongsberg Norcontrol AS
      e-Navigation Collaboration Across Borders
    • Speech 2 : Nick Lemon / AMSA
      S-mode - how can guidance deliver more standardisation without compromising innovation?
    • Speech 3 : John Morten Klingsheim / Norwegian Coastal Administration
      Regional cooperation in the north and Europe
    • Speech 4 : Thomas Steen Christensen / DMC
      Asia Pacific Web – a fast track means for the provision of e-Navigation services, based on the Maritime Cloud concept
Session Ⅴ Wrap Up session, Present Conference conclusions and Recommendations
  • ChairMr. SunBae Hong, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF)
  • Mr. Hong is now the Team Manager of SMART-Navigation project, and he had for many years worked with maritime safety related tasks, such as Port State Control (PSC), anti-piracy measures, marine environment protection, member of IMO Member State Audit Scheme, International cooperation regarding IMO and introduction of Automatic Identification System (AIS). He has also worked with shore-based network, Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) and Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA). Mr Hong’s educational background is Korea Maritime University, deck officers on board ships and World Maritime University.