Corresponding members


Comité International Radio-Maritime (CIRM)

CIRM holds considerable worldwide standing as the principal international association for marine electronics. Members include major manufacturers, suppliers, system operators and service providers, covering the whole field of maritime navigation, communications and information systems.

202 Lambeth Road, London, SE1 7JW, United Kingdom

+44 (0) 20 3411 8345

office@cirm.org


The Honourable Company of Air Pilots (incorporating Air Navigators) (HCoAP)

The principal activities of the Company are centred on sponsoring and encouraging action and activities designed to ensure that aircraft are piloted and navigated safely by individuals who are highly competent, self-reliant, dependable and respected. The Company fosters the sound educaThe principal activities of the Company are centred on sponsoring and encouraging action and activities designed to ensure that aircraft are piloted and navigated safely by individuals who are highly competent, self-reliant, dependable and respected. The Company fosters the sound education and training of air pilots from the initial training of the young pilot to the specialist training of the more mature.tion and training of air pilots from the initial training of the young pilot to the specialist training of the more mature.

Air Pilots' House, 52A Borough High Street, London, SE1 1XN, England

+44 (0)20 7404 4032

office@airpilots.org


International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA)

IALA is a non-profit, international technical association. Established in 1957, it gathers together marine aids to navigation authorities, manufacturers, consultants and scientific and training institutes from all parts of the world and offers them the opportunity to exchange and compare their experiences and achievements. IALA encourages its members to work together in a common effort to harmonise aids to navigation worldwide and to ensure that the movements of vessels are safe, expeditious and cost effective while protecting the environment. The work of the committees is aimed at developing common best practice standards through publication of IALA Standards, Recommendations, Guidelines and other publications.

10 rue des Gaudines, 78100 Saint Germain en Laye, France

Mr. Minsu Jeon

+33 (0)1 3451 7001

contact@iala-aism.org


Australian Institute of Navigation (AIN-AUS)

The aims of the Institute are to encourage the dissemination of knowledge and to coordinate information from all the disciplines involved, and to provide a forum in which new ideas and new products can have the benefit of informed and professional scrutiny. A central feature of the Institute’s activities is that they remain devoid of any political, industrial or commercial influences.

2 Niblo Place, CHAPMAN, ACT 2611, Australia

AVM Kym Osley AM CSC Retd., Executive Secretary

+02 6288 0346

kym.osley1@gmail.com


Indian Maritime Foundation (IMF)

IMF is a non-profit ngo established in 1993 at Pune, India, and run by volunteers, to raise awareness of the oceans and to rekindle maritime consciousness and pride in our people. In other words to make our people sea-minded, India being a major maritime sub-continental nation with ancient seafaring history and heritage.

Abhimanshree Society, Pashan Road, Pune - 411008, India

Capt. A. C. Dixit

+92 98 90488242

indmarfdn2020@gmail.com


Fóram Muirí na hÉireann / The Irish Maritime Forum (TIMARFOR)

The Irish Maritime Forum (TIMARFOR) is an independent and non-political collegiate group of professionals with a wide range of experience in the maritime domain. TIMARFOR members hold, or have held, positions at the highest level in national and international maritime organisations. The vision of TIMARFOR is to increase awareness of the importance of Ireland’s Maritime Dimension in the national interest.

TIMARFOR Postbox, National Maritime College of Ireland, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, P43 XV65, Ireland

+ 353 83 3117151

timarfor@gmail.com



The United Kingdom Maritime Pilots’ Association (UKMPA)

The United Kingdom Maritime Pilots’ Association (UKMPA) is the representative professional body for Maritime Pilots in the United Kingdom. Marine Pilots are highly skilled experts authorised to pilot ships in their respective districts, taking the navigational conduct of the world’s largest vessels during the often most hazardous part of their voyage. The fundamental purpose of maritime pilotage is to ensure safety, security, environmental protection and port efficiency.

c/o HQS Wellington, Temple Stairs, London WC2R 2PN, United Kingdom

Captain Don Cockrill MBE FNI, Secretary General

+44 7966 709403

office@ukmpa.org