ACCSEAS invites you to attend a two-day workshop: 6-7 November 2013, Oslo

Wednesday 06 November 2013

 - starting at 11:00 on Day 1 and closing 16:00 on Day 2. This free to attend workshop invites you to actively take part in discussions and to find out more about the potential solutions for the North Sea Region's e-Navigation test-bed.

ACCSEAS continues to explore specific elements of IMO’s emerging e-Navigation strategy and their applicability to the North Sea Region (NSR). In particular, the development of Maritime Service Portfolios for the region is investigated, together with its supporting concept of Route Topology Modelling, both of which aim at promoting accessibility throughout the North Sea Region. ACCSEAS also continues to explore and develop a test-bed of specific e-Navigation services in the North Sea Region to assist the mariner in taking safe and effective decisions.

Day 1

Builds on the findings of and statements made at the 1st ACCSEAS Conference (March 2013, Flensburg) and intends to transfer the generic concepts of IMO’s emerging e-Navigation strategy to the specifics of different areas of the region. It aims to explain what a Route Topology Model is, how it might look for the North Sea Region, and how it supports the emerging concept of Maritime Service Portfolios (MSPs).

Evening of Day 1 

Offers delegates a chance to take a leisurely stroll around the attractive areas of Vigelandsparken / Holmenkollen followed by dinner at the well known and relaxing but vibrant Lorry restaurant - (optional).

Day 2

Offers the chance to take part in discussions about the following services supporting e-Navigation:

No-go Area - Dynamic visual indication of safe navigable areas for the bridge

Tactical Route Exchnge - Run-time exchange of intended routes: enabling ships to share their routes primarily to other ships and to shore

Resilient PNT - See the results of the Resilient PNT trials that demonstrate the impact of non-resilient Positioning Navigation Timing onboard a ship and how the risks to navigation can be mitigated.

Who should attend?
- Any stakeholder who has an interest in:

Maritime transport networks of the North Sea Region;
Who has an interest in maintaining accessibility to ports of the region in the light of the advent of extended usage of the North Sea Region's sea space by applying potential solutions stemming from IMO’s e-Navigation strategy;

And who wants to participate in the task to apply relevant elements of IMO’s emerging e-Navigation strategy to the North Sea Region, to future shipboard equipment and shore-based infrastructure.

Venue: Thon Hotel Slottsparken, Oslo

Discounted room rate
If you require a hotel room at the Thon hotel, please mention Kystverket as the organiser to receive a discounted room rate:

-          Standard Room 1.160,- NOK (payable by delegates)

-          Superior Room 1.360,- NOK (payable by delegates)

http://www.thonhotels.com/hotels/countrys/norway/oslo/thon-hotel-slottsparken/

Wergelandsveien 5, 0167 Oslo
Telephone : +47 23 25 66 00
E-mail: slottsparken@thonhotels.no

 

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