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ASTM Finalizes Program For Autonomous Shipping Workshop

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By MarEx 2018-10-31 18:38:18

ASTM F25 has finalized the program for the Workshop on Autonomous Shipping, Vessel Automation and Maritime Cyber Security being sponsored by ASTM International’s Committee for Ships and Marine Technology (F25).

The objective of the workshop will be to identify potential new opportunities for standards and related products applicable to advancements in automation, autonomous shipping and maritime-specific cyber security issues.

The event will take place at the Washington, DC Hilton on December 5, 2018 in conjunction with the ASTM International Committee Meetings. All attendee are also invited to attend the ASTM F25committee reception directly following the Workshop. 

Registration for the event is required and can be processed here. Online registration is closes November 28, 2018.

Program

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2018
8:00 AM
Opening Remarks
Todd Ripley, Committee F25 Chairman
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
8:10 AM
Keynote Speaker
Richard Balzano, Deputy Administrator, Maritime Administration

SESSION 1: FEDERAL AGENCY AUTONOMOUS/AUTOMATED ACTIVITIES AND ASSOCIATED REQUIREMENTS
Moderator: Richard Balzano
8:40 AM
Navy Autonomous/Automated Technologies
Jason Stack, Ph.D. Deputy Portfolio Manager for Autonomy Office of Naval Research
9:00 AM
Autonomous Technologies supporting Environmental & Chart Data Collection
Rob Downs, NOAA
9:20 AM
Automation/Autonomy supporting Maritime Operations
Eddie Wiggins, USACE
9:40 AM SESSION 1: Q & A
10:00 AM BREAK

SESSION 2: COMMERCIAL AUTONOMOUS/AUTOMATED TECHNOLOGY ACTIVITIES
Moderator: Richard Delpizzo, ABS
10:20 AM
Autonomous Vessel Control & Navigation
Michael Gordon Johnson, Sea Machines Robotics, Inc.
10:40 AM
Embed Artificial Intelligence on Board Ships
Ugo Vollmer, Shone
11:00 AM
Remote Operation and Autonomy in Shipping - Safety Perspectives and Current Developments
Jan Hagen Andersen, DNV GL – Maritime
11:20 AM
One Sea - Autonomous Maritime Ecosystem Introduced Roadmaps to Autonomous Shipping
Dave Adams, Wartsila
11:40 AM SESSION 2: Q &A

12:00 PM LUNCH (On Your Own)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
1:30 PM
Keynote Address
SpaceX (Tentative)

SESSION 3: THE EVOLVING REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT FOR AUTONOMOUS AND AUTOMATED MARITIME OPERATIONS
Moderator: CAPT Ben Hawkins, USCG (Ret.), Deputy Director, Commercial Regulations and Standards (CG-5PS)
2:00 PM
Class
John Jorgensen, ABS
2:20 PM
IMO/International and Domestic Regulations
LT Chris Rabalais, USCG, Office of Design and Engineering Standards (CG-ENG)
2:40 PM BREAK
3:00 PM
Education and Training for Automated Vessels
Dr. Elizabeth McNie, Professor of Marine Transportation, California Maritime Academy
3:20 PM
Remote Control & Monitoring for Machinery and Systems on Barges
Dan Wesp, ABS
3:40 PM SESSION 3: Q & A

SESSION 4: MARITIME CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT AND THREAT MITIGATION
Moderator: John Jorgensen, ABS
3:55 PM
Cyber Risk Management for Vessels: Coast Guard and IMO
LT Kevin Kuhn, USCG, Office of Design and Engineering Standards (CG-ENG)
4:15 PM
Accreditation to mitigate Cyber Risk
Elizabeth Carbonella, Accreditation Manager, A2LA
4:35 PM
Creating Deterrence to Maritime Cyber Attacks
Dr. Joan Mileski, Professor of Maritime Administration and Marine Science
Texas A&M University
4:55 PM
Development of Cyber Security Education for the Maritime Commons
CAPT Tony Piscitelli, PhD, SUNY Maritime College
5:15 PM
Cyber Attacks on Physical Property Assets
Dr. Gary Kessler, Professor of Cybersecurity, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
5:35 PM SESSION 4: Q & A
5:50 PM
Closing Remarks
Thane Gilman, Workshop Chairman

5:55 PM WORKSHOP ADJOURNS
6:00 PM RECEPTION

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