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Dec 05
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09:00 - 09:30 30 mins
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Morning coffee
09:30 - 09:45 15 mins
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Chair’s Opening Remarks
  • Nick Lambert - ., NLA International
09:45 - 10:15 30 mins
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Case study: Exploring the use of vessel tracking data to assist with maritime litigation
  • Alberto Batini - Senior Partner, Batini Traverso Grasso & Partners

This session will cover the various uses and application of vessel tracking data in the litigation field, including:

  • How can vessel historical tracking data be used to investigate an incident?
  • Using AIS to aid a ship arrest
  • What more information do you need on the ship to assist with your claim?
  • Plus a review of cases where vessel tracking data has been used in claims and disputes
10:15 - 10:45 30 mins
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Vessel tracking - exploring issues of liability
  • Matti Eronen - Turku University Post Graduate Doctoral Student and Legal Counsel at, Finnish Transport Agency
  • Vessel tracking from a legal perspective –from Finnish jurisdiction point of view
  • International legislation on vessel tracking systems and data monitoring
  • Liability matters regarding vessel tracking data
  • Conducting maritime accident investigations with the support of vessel tracking data
10:45 - 11:15 30 mins
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Morning coffee and networking break
11:55 - 12:25 30 mins
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Case study: Estimating AIS derived fuel consumption and emissions of vessels. What are its limitations? How can it support decision making and reporting?
  • Eoin O'Keeffe - Technical Director with MATRANS, University College London
  • Introduction to estimation of fuel consumption and emissions from AIS data and its associated uncertainty
  • Applications of these and other AIS derived metrics for ship vetting and bench marking
  • Using AIS derived emissions estimates for vessel and fleet regulation and environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements
  • Fleet level analysis and bench marking for strategic decision making and risk analysis
12:25 - 13:25 60 mins
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Lunch
13:25 - 14:05 40 mins
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Using vessel tracking data to help see the bigger picture
  • Ami Daniel - Co-Founder & CEO, Windward
  • AIS, Big Data & Artificial Intelligence
  • Analysing larger data sets to optimise business and operational performance
  • Integrating IoT into your vessel tracking to build up detailed picture of what is going on
  • ROI of systems and building a business case for monitoring systems
14:05 - 14:40 35 mins
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Protecting your data from cyber attack
  • Ken Munro - Partner, Pen Test Partners
14:40 - 15:25 45 mins
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Live tracking demonstration, followed by afternoon coffee
  • Daryl Williamson - Director, Lloyd’s List Intelligence

Participate in a live demonstration of how vessel tracking works in real life. You will be guided through how the data is collected, managed and can be applied for various business applications.

Demonstration led by Lloyd's List Intelligence 

15:25 - 15:35 10 mins
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Chair's Closing Remarks and Summary
  • Nick Lambert - ., NLA International
15:35 - 15:35 0 mins
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Close of seminar and collection of certificates