PROGRAM

OCTOBER 16-18 2017     ST. JOHN’S, NL CANADA     SHERATON HOTEL

Program Highlights

RECENT USER EXPERIENCE

Lessons learned from recent CRYSTAL SERENITY Northwest Passage transit

• What went right

• What didn’t

• Lessons learned

The perspective of ship, Canadian governmental agencies Woodard and Local NGO’s

ARCTIC NAVIGATION, THE REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE

• Safety of navigation and the Polar Code

• Governmental Plans and Programs affecting safety, security and stewardship in Arctic waters

• The role of the Arctic Coast Guard forum and international cooperation

THE OPERATORS’ PERSPECTIVE

The e-navigation experiences of those operating vessels in Polar Waters

• Lessons learned: Regulations, equipment, procedures and training

• The Arctic Maritime Service portfolio – Shortfalls and Needs

• User needs

Industry Perspectives

WHAT’S UNDER DEVELOPMENT

• The Maritime Cloud – An Information Environment for the maritime world

• The Arctic Web – an Ice Navigation Service Tool

• Canadian Arctic Ice Route Optimization tool

THE WAY FORWARD

Moderator’s summary of Session Highlights and formulation of the
Conference Conclusions and Recommendations that represent
the consensus of the audience

 

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