Ocean week 2018 - Trondheim, May 7th to 9th

This page contains a list of presentations made during Ocean Week in Trondheim, May 7th to 9th. The first and the last sessions were arranged by NFAS as part of the INAS cooperation. The two sessions in the middle were part of teh Ocean Week series of presentations, and moderated by NFAS.

Copies of most presentations are available. Click on the link corresponding to the title of the presentation and you will get it in PDF format (where available). Note that some browsers require you to open the presentation in the download menu.

⇒ Authorities workshop

⇒ Autonomous ship applications

⇒ Aurtonomous ship technology and procedures

⇒ Test area workshop

Authorities workshop - Afternoon May 7th

Norwegian Coastal State Perspective, Trond Langemyr, Norwegian Coastal Administration

Norwegian Flag State Perspective, Svein David Medhaug, Norwegian Maritime Authority

Regulating experiments with Smart Shipping in The Netherlands, Bart van Gent, Ministry of Infrastructure, Netherlands

Testing & Operation of Autonomous Ships in Inland Waterways - Belgium/Flanders, Ann-Sofie Pauwelyn, Flanders Waterways

Great Lakes Perspective - Autonomous Surface Vehicles & US Coast Guard Rules of the Road, Michael, Beaulac, Michigan Office of the Great Lakes

Korean perspective - R and D, Kwangil Lee, Korean Maritime & Ocean University

The class approach, Anderson Chaplow & Matthew Palmer, Lloyd's register

Autonomus Coastal Navigation and the Pilotage Act, Trond Langemyr, Norwegian Coastal Administration

Autonomous ship applications - Afternoon May 8th

From road to sea with autonomous ships, Elizabeth Lindstad, SINTEF Ocean

Fish transport: Changing the preferred mode from road to sea, Eivind Dale, DNV GL

The Development of an Autonomous Urban Shuttle Ferry in Trondheim, Dr.Egil Eide, NTNU

Automated inland shipping - The challenges on the inland waterways, Gerben Peeters, KU Leuven

Autonomous Transport in Trondheimsfjord, Håvard Nordahl, SINTEF Ocean

One Sea Business Focus: Capturing the low hanging fruits in autonomous maritime development, Jukka Merenluoto, One Sea/DIMECC

Smart Maritime Autonomous Ship Research in Korea, Kwangil Lee, Korea Maritime and Ocean University

Green Coastal Shipping Program - Positioning Norway in the lead, Narve Mjøs, DNV GL

Autonomous Ships - Current Network and Activities in Germany, Rainer Henking, EurA Innovation Management

Autonomous ship applications - Morning May 9th

Test area for autonomous ships: The need for an open model, Beate Kvamstad-Lervold, SINTEF Ocean

Regulating Smart Shipping in a Multi-Actor System, Bart van Gent, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

Impact of autonomy level on control center design, Vegard Evjen Hovstein, Maritime Robotics

Squeezing Humans Out? The Evolving Role of People in an Autonomous Future, Steven Mallam, University College of Souteast Norway

Smart maintenance in cyber-physical systems, Harald Rødseth, NTNU

Safety of autonomous ships: What can we learn from other modes? Stig Petersen, SINTEF Digital

Collision avoidance experiments in the Autosea project, Dr. Edmund Førland Brekke, NTNU

Autonomous ship test area workshop - Afternoon May 9th

Horten test area, Paal Aamaas, University of south-east Norway

Benefits of cooperation at the EU level: ad hoc group on MASS - VTS angle, Jacob Terling, DG MOVE

UK Code of Practice Update, James Fanshaw, UK Marine Alliance

Finish Test Area(s), Jukka Merenluoto, DIMECC

Proposed Great Lakes Test Bed - Keweenaw Waterway Area, Michael Beaulac, Michigan Office of the Great Lakes; David Naftzger, Great Lakes Governors & Premiers

Test Area for Smart Shipping in Flanders, Ann-Sofie Pauwelyn, RIS Project Manager Smart Shipping