3 - 5 December 2019, Marintec China, Shanghai
Achieve the full benefits of ECDIS with our free technical seminar.
> Cyber security - carrying out detailed risk assessments, surveying equipment, protecting IT and operational equipment and responding to incidents
> Connected ECDIS - developments in auxiliary ECDIS hardware that drive performance improvements
> Maritime connectivity - how developments in satellite communications are enabling the transfer of Big Data
> Software and hardware maintenance - predictive equipment maintenance, IHO updates and regulatory compliance
If you need guidance on any of the above topics and more, join your peers at a free technical seminar to share knowledge, concerns and industry insight with experts from the UK Hydrographic Office.
Designed to help mariners and shipping companies to achieve the full benefits of ECDIS whilst remaining compliant, this seminar will cover a range of subjects with your own questions and comments encouraged throughout the session.
Each day, the seminar starts at 13.30 and ends at 15:00.
Presented by Tom Mellor, Head of OEM Technical Support & Digital Standards at UKHO and Chairman of the IHO ENC working group, the seminar provides impartial guidance and covers a range of topics including emerging cyber threats to ECDIS.
Tom will share UKHO knowledge and insight to help inform your decisions regarding digital navigation, specifically the use of ECDIS. This interactive seminar allows you to share your own views and concerns, offering practical advice, supported by case studies.
After the 90 minute seminar, please join us at the UKHO exhibition booth located at N1D1 for a coffee and informal chat.
I was reluctant to leave the office and come to the seminar but now I am so pleased I did. The practical advice and technical information Tom shared at the seminar will save me some real complications.
Having attended today’s seminar, I will be updating my ISM/SMS immediately with the correct ECDIS data check procedures and audible alarms.
The seminar was innovative in terms of the detailed information regarding ECDIS implementation, I look forward to the next seminar for a vital update.