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ACHIEVING CRITICAL MASS: Spotlight on the U.S. Vessel Automation Industry

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Mark H. Buzby
Maritime Administrator

Monday, 22, July 2019

0800
Registration in the Lobby

0900
Welcome by Maritime Administrator Mark H. Buzby

Morning Session (0915 – 1215)
Global Context of Maritime Automation
Kongsberg, Wartsila, ABB, Massterly

KEYNOTE: MARAD and the U.S. Maritime Industry
Richard Balzano, Deputy Maritime Administrator

Afternoon Session (1345 – 1370)
Maritime Automation in the U.S.
Sea Machines, Buffalo Automation, Shone
Gibbs & Cox, leidos, TEXTRON Systems

Day 1 Close: 1730
Exhibition Hall (1730-1800)


Tuesday, 23, July 2019

0800
Registration in the Lobby

Morning Session (0845-1200)
Artificial Intelligence, Automation Software and Digital Propulsion Control
Microsoft, MIT, GE, L3Harris

Voluntary Standards
ABS

Great Lakes Initiatives
Great Lakes Governors & Premiers

Maritime Workforce of the Future
Cal Maritime, SIU, Marine Institute

What U.S. Operators Want from Maritime Automation
Crowley, Harbor Harvest, HMS Global, Interlake Steamship, Matson Navigation

CLOSING REMARKS: Breaking Inertia with MASS
Richard Balzano, Deputy Maritime Administrator

Day 2 Close: 1700