The largest maritime event in the Asia Pacific region, Marintec China connecting maritime professionals from the entire shipbuilding supply chain.
Over the years, Marintec China has grown to reflect the size and importance of the Asian maritime market. 2015 event is another record- breaking edition with the largest exhibition area and the highest number of industry professionals attending ever. Encouraging figures have proven that China remains one of the major shipbuilding nations and Marintec China has been the most authoritative platform in Asia.
Marintec China is poised to be the definitive event for all involved in the maritime industry.
Admission: For trade only. Visitors under 18 will not be admitted.
The 1st Galileo User Assembly is set to take place in Madrid on November 28-29. The event will provide Galileo and EGNOS users with the opportunity to discuss their needs, share their experience and provide feedback on EGNSS performance.
INC2017 will bring together the Positioning, Navigation and Timing community around three major themes: Autonomy, Resilient PNT and Sensor & Data Fusion.
A two-day workshop on navigation and orientation in alpine environments.
The working language of the workshop is German, however presentations in English will be accepted. Abstracts are kindly requested to be submitted before October 10, 2017.
MCP (Maritime Connectivity Platform), previously known as the Maritime Cloud, is a communication framework that enables efficient, secure, reliable and seamless electronic information exchange among all authorized maritime stakeholders across available communication systems. This framework is currently under development in a collaboration between different projects – EfficienSea2 (EU), STM validation project (EU) and the SMART Navigation project (Korea).
The workhop will adress the implementation of MCP with a focus on the options with regard to governance models and business models.
Growth of air traffic density and new emerging technologies require air navigation modernization and increased airspace efficiency.
Most demanding is the last phase of flight where aircraft operate close to the ground on approach and landing.
Here, guidance needs to be precise enough to guarantee safety while minimizing environmental impact especially with respect to noise.
There will also be an exhibition of providers’ products and services.
Here you will find the details on abstract submission.
The workshop will be held on October 30, 2017, in the Tel Aviv University. The workshop program and registration form can be found on the IAAC site. Early registration discount is offered till October 22, 2017.
2017-10-15: Registration is now open.
Themed sessions include: The Efficient Ship: Digitalization; Fuel and Propulsion; Ship and Fleet Optimization and Regulatory Compliance.
Transport plays a key role in shaping space and has long been recognised as a maker and breaker of cities (Clark 1958; Knowles 2006). Securing private and public sector investment in mass transit systems, green transport modes and smart city infrastructure can be problematic, but is central to developing sustainable cities (Cervero and Sullivan 2011).
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is the process of focussing the development of housing, employment, activity sites and public services around existing or new rail or bus rapid transit stations or stops (Knowles 2012; Knowles and Ferbrache 2016). TOD is designed to create a relatively high density, compact and mixed urban form. TOD is now a very important part of a broader ‘smart growth’ approach to urban development and urban regeneration in many countries.
Abstracts of 250-300 words indicating title, author(s) and affiliation(s) should be sent by 6 February 2017 to r.d.knowles-at-salford.ac.uk and fiona.ferbrache-at-keble.ox.ac.uk.
Featuring more than 115 technical presentations, this event represents a combined $250 million of federally funded R&D. Displaying more than 40 mature, transition-ready technologies, the showcase will feature projects from 15 cybersecurity research areas including mobile security, data privacy, cyber-physical system security, distributed denial of service defense, and next generation cyber infrastructure.
To be held before IFAC 2017 World Congress to be held from 9-14 July 2017.
The conference is free of charge and will be held at eMaritime Group’s headquarters near Southampton on Friday 7th July. The main aim of the day is to inform those who are involved in their company’s ECDIS systems to learn more about why the change is taking place, what the changes are and how to action the required changes.
The major milestones on the road to the successful operational rollout of Satellite Navigation systems like GPS/EGNOS, Galileo, GLONASS and Compass (Beidou) are the qualification and certification of mission and safety critical applications.
The German Institute of Navigation DGON is offering an international symposium on certification of GNSS systems and services.
CERGAL 2017 will be held on 5-6 July 2017 at the European Space Operations Centre, Darmstadt, Germany.
For abstract submission and all details see dgon-cergal.org.
The Conference is addressed to scientists and professionals in order to share their expert knowledge, experience and research results concerning all aspects of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.
The Twelfth Edition of the most innovative World conference on maritime transport research designed to find solutions to challenges in waterborne transport, navigation and shipping, mobility of people and goods with respect to energy, infrastructure, environment, safety and security as well as to the economic issues.
The Sky’s The Limit
Harmonized implementation of e-Navigation in the Asia-Pacific region, in the interests of enhanced safety of navigation, maritime security and protection of the marine environment.
It will highlight technologies to provide e-Navigation services for non-SOLAS vessels, the implementation of Maritime Service Portfolios (MSPs) and supporting infrastructure.
Will bring together ship designers, fleet owners, naval architects, classification societies, equipment manufacturers and maritime research organisations to discuss and debate the technological, regulatory and legal developments necessary to make autonomous and unmanned ships a reality.
The prospects for Geo IoT (Internet of Things) innovation in 2017 are exciting. Indoors, the new breed of radio technologies keeps its promise for RTLS (Real-Time Locating Systems). The UWB (Ultra-wideband) radio technology offers great opportunities to deploy high-accuracy low-cost indoor location in a broad range of applications. The Bluetooth LE – Beacons market is also finally taking off thanks in particular to Apple’s iBeacon and Google’s Eddystone protocols wide availability.
Meanwhile, the LPWA (Low-Power Wide-Area) networks wave keep flowing, allowing a true mass-market for low-cost long-range geo-aware IoT scenarios. High precision GNSS is also becoming the next big thing, boosted by the incoming Galileo-based location technologies and services. Low-cost, precision, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) receivers will become a reality in the driverless cars, drones.
A call for speakers has been issued with the deadline of 5 February 2017.
The inaugural World Transport Convention (WTC, flyer here), hosted by China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), Ministry of Transport of China (MOT) and Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), will focus on comprehensive, smart, green and safe transport with The Belt & Road initiative as a key highlight. This event will cover many technical aspects of transport systems, ranging from policy to construction, from management to cross-cutting issues.
WTC aims to establish an international platform for transportation researchers, practitioners and government officials to share academic ideas and findings, to exchange successful practices and managerial trials, and to explore business opportunities and global cooperation.
IAIN Member, China Institute of Navigation, is one of the main organizing bodies for WTC 2017 and the co-chair of the Organizing Committee is Dr Youfang Huang, President of China Institute of Navigation and President of Shanghai Maritime University.
The theme of the Working Week reflects the continuous development around us. Tomorrow is only a short step away or maybe here already today. It is not so much a question of making things digital any more but rather using technology as a tool to add new dimensions to what we see around us.
OceanWise invites you to its free-to-attend Data Management & GIS Workshop, on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2PQ. The theme of the event – ‘Is poor data management putting your operations at risk?’ will resonate with many managers and practitioners dealing with geospatial and business data and information.
The Inland Marine Expo (IMX) is the annual trade show for the inland and intracoastal commercial marine transportation industry. We are here to serve: barge and towboat owners and operators, shallow draft ports and terminals, fleeting and harbor service providers, dredging companies, marine contractors, ferryboat operators, inland shipyards and repair facilities, as well as engineers, divers, surveyors, consultants and related government agencies.