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UKHO ECDIS Seminar, INMEX SMM India 2015
Wednesday, 23 September 2015
INMEX SMM India 2015
This free seminar from the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office will cover the ongoing requirements following on from implementation and focus on what needs to be done to ensure the navigational benefits of ECDIS are achieved.
Living with ECDIS goes beyond compliance. ECDIS is capable of providing increased safety, improved spatial awareness, integrated supplementary information and automatic chart updates.
The responsibilities of the shipping company will be highlighted and discussed with the audience. Questions and comments are encouraged upon registration and throughout the day to make the seminar interactive.
The seminar will benefit any person involved with the shipping industry including, managers, owners, ship personnel, regulators and auditors. The seminar will be presented by Captain Paul Hailwood and Tom Mellor. Captain Hailwood will draw on his extensive experience with assisting shipping companies with the adoption and ongoing management of ECDIS. Tom Mellor is UKHO Head of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Support and Digital Standards. He is also the Chairman of the ENC Working Group that develops standards on behalf of the IHO and will cover how the latest IHO ECDIS Standards directly impact the ECDIS user-experience.
After the main presentation, UKHO staff will be available to assist with your queries over light refreshments. You will be provided with two complimentary ADMIRALTY publications as future reference material.
Please note that you will need to register for INMEX SMM India for your free visitor pass separately, links are provided in your seminar confirmation.
Captain Paul Hailwood is an internationally renowned expert on ECDIS and integrated bridge operations.
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with comments from Captain Hailwood and attendees of previous events.
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