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Date:

(Wed) 11 April

9:30

12:30

[S-1] Green Innovation and Digitalization & Southeast Asia Maritime Summit

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 9:30 ~ 12:30
Venue : Tokyo Big Sight Conference Tower 6F 605~608
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Japan Maritime Cluster Committee
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
Seminar details

The international maritime affairs seminar will consist of two sessions.

 

In Session 1,

the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism will give an address, followed by Mr. Mitsuyuki Unno, executive director of The Nippon Foundation, and Mr. Daniel Bjarmann-Simonsen, state secretary of trade, industry and fisheries of Norway, delivering keynote speeches on the ocean and the natural environment.

 

In Session 2,

we will be, for the first time, organizing a Southeast Asia maritime affairs summit. In recent years, logistics has become enhanced in line with the development of the Southeast Asian economy, while Southeast Asian nations are proceeding with infrastructure improvement policies. It has been expected, as such, that the shipping and shipbuilding industries will continue to grow. Taking advantage of such trends, we are inviting representatives of ship owners’ associations in Southeast Asia to the summit. We will invite them to attend a panel discussion with those from the government of Japan and the Japanese ship machinery and equipment industry. We hope they will provide us with up-to-date information on their respective maritime industries in order to learn how Japan can cooperate in contributing further to the development of the maritime industries in Southeast Asia.

 

9:30~ Opening Ceremony

Session 1 : Keynote Speech

10:00-10:10

Opening Address

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

 

10:10-10:35

Keynote Speech
Japan’s Potential to Lead Global Ocean Development ~Harnessing innovative technology from unconventional disciplines~

Mr. Mitsuyuki Unno, Executive Director, The Nippon Foundation

 

10:35-11:00

Keynote Speech
“Our green path to the blue growth”

Mr. Daniel Bjarmann-Simonsen,
State Secretary of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Norway

 

 

Session 2 : Southeast Asia Maritime Summit

11:00-11:10

Opening Remarks for Session 2


Moderator: Mr. Hiroaki Sakashita, Advisor, Nippon Hakuyohin Kentei Kyokai

 

11:10-11:15

Japan’s cooperation to Southeast Asia

Dr. Shinichiro Otsubo, Senior Deputy Director-General,
Maritime Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

 

11:15-11:40

Current state and future prospects of marine industries in Southeast Asia

 

Mr. Johnson W. Sutjipto, Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (DPP INSA)

Mr. Bhumindr Harinsuit, Chairman, Thai Shipowners’ Association

Mr. Roy R. Alampay, Chairman/President, Filipino Shipowners’ Association

Mr. Abdul Hak Md Amin, Chairman, Malaysia Shipowners’ Association

Ms. Katie Men, Vice President and Treasurer, Singapore Shipping Association

 

11:40-11:45

Japanese ship machinery in Southeast Asia market


Mr. Masaharu Ono, Vice chairman, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association

 

11:45-12:25

Panel Discussion

12:25-12:30

Closing Remarks

10:20

11:20

[E-1] Innovation on Ocean Explorations by Deep Sea Drone

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 10:20 ~ 11:20
Venue : Event Stage
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ambient Intelligence Technologies Lab., Co. Ltd.
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Shohei Ito

CEO

Ambient Intelligence Technologies Lab., Co. Ltd.

 

In the past, since deep sea explorations require heavy duty remotely operated vehicles, crane equipped ship, and trained operators, the cost was huge.

We, Ambient Intelligence Technologies Lab., Co. Ltd., will change the past by providing small in size, operational by one person, and reasonable in cost, innovative remotely operated vehicle.  With our innovation, we aim the deep sea, “The Last Frontier of Earth,” will be unveiled for everyone on the Earth.

14:20

15:20

[E-3] -Maritime Solutions - Inspired by Iceland- The latest technologies for fishing boat and marine products processing in Iceland

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 14:20 ~ 15:20
Venue : Event Stage
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Iceland Embassy in Japan
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details
Consecutive Interpretation 【EN→JP】

Mr. Halldor Elis Olafsson, Iceland Embassy in Japan

Companies from Iceland / Agency in Japan

 

In Iceland fish is always a reliable source of nutrition, and the fishery industry has been part of the history of Iceland since people settled on this island.
Also, Iceland’s maritime sector is said “Silicon Valley of Whitefish” with high efficiency and innovative technology.
This seminar will introduce the latest fishing vessels and fishery processing technologies that support the Iceland fishery industry

10:30

11:30

[C-1] Becker Marine Systems Japan Ltd. “Opening Ceremony”

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 10:30 ~ 11:30
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : Becker Marine Systems Japan Ltd.
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Henning Kuhlmann, Director;
Sören Hildebrandt, Area Sales Director;
Yuki Yamaguchi, Office Manager

 

Becker Marine Systems is the market leader for high-performance and high-efficiency rudders as well as for energy-saving devices for any type of vessel. Since last September our own office is open in Kobe, Japan. With this new establishment Becker Marine Systems ensure a fast and reliable service and support to customers in Japan.

13:00

13:25

[C-2] Using drone technology for ship inspection

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 13:00 ~ 13:25
Venue : 2018/Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : Class NK
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
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Mr. Tomoaki Yamada
Manager
ClassNK

Drone technology is improving at a rapid pace, and they are expected to play a major role in a diverse range of fields. Their application in the inspection and survey processes for vessels is highly anticipated, which is why ClassNK schedule the release of guidelines for drone use in vessel surveys in March 2018, based on various testing carried out during flight experiments.This lecture will cover an outline of drone technology, contents of the guidelines, as well as an outlook on the future of this technology.

13:35

14:00

[C-3] EU Marine Equipment Directive (MED) ― ClassNK’s Activities

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 13:35 ~ 14:00
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : Class NK
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Dr. Yuki Yoshida

Manager

ClassNK

 

 

Marine equipment installed on vessels flying the flag of an EU country, etc. must be approved according to the Marine Equipment Directive (MED). With other Competent Authorities also accepting the use of MED approved equipment, and many in the marine equipment manufacturing industry looking to gain approval, there is great demand for MED approval. In this lecture, I will outline the historical background of MED, detail its comprehensive revision in 2016, and cover the latest recommendations, etc., in addition to introducing our services and activities we offer for MED through our ClassNK Rotterdam Office.

 

14:20

15:20

[C-4] Panel Discussion by next generation leaders: The future of shipbuilding industry for small and middle-sized vessels

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 14:20 ~ 15:20
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : The Cooperative Association of Japan Shipbuilders
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

【The cooperative Association of Japan Shipbuilders Seminar】

<Moderator>

Mr. Yoshihiko Yamada

Professor

Tokai University

 

<Panelist>

Mr. Shinobu Higashi

Director, General manager

Production Control Department

Kitanihon Shipbuilding Co., LTD

Mr.Jun Kambara

President

Tsuneishi Facilities & Craft Co., LTD

Mr. Makoto Hongawara

President

Hongawara Shipyard Co., LTD

Mr. Norihiko Harada

Executive Corporate Officer

General Manager of Material Purchasing Division

Production Division

Kyokuyo Shipyard Corporation

 

The next generation leaders in the shipbuilding industry for small and middle-sized vessels will forecast and discuss the future of their companies and the industry in different management aspects such as the development of the technology and types of the ships, recruiting and nurturing employees, capital investment, regional contribution, etc., in this panel discussion.

15:40

16:40

[C-5] Advances and Modernization of the Ship Registry: Digital Platform and Electronic Certificates

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 15:40 ~ 16:40
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6, Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Center
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Panama Maritime Authority
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details
Consecutive Interpretation 【EN→JP】

Mr. Jorge Barakat Pitty

Panama Maritime Authority

Minister of Maritime Affairs

 

It is a part of our goal as a leading Flag State Administration to integrate the ship’s information from Recognized Organizations and as well as from the Flag State, in order to get access to the ships data directly from the flag or the RO with the purpose of having all the ship information on readily manner.  In this line as Ship Registry our steps to pursue this goal is to issue electronic Certificates in full, and through this new methodology, certificates might be printed on-board. For this Maritime Administration it is very important to enhance our system for the facilitation of the ‘paperless ship’ and modern trade.

15:40

16:40

[E-4] Future Vision and Technology Development Strategy for Maritime Industries

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Date : 11 April (Wed) 15:40 ~ 16:40
Venue : Event stage, East hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Japan Ship Technology Research Association
Language : Japanese only
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Mr. Kenji TAKAHASHI

Director, Research & Development Group

Japan Ship Technology Research Association

 

Mr. Kohei MATSUO

Chief Researcher,

National Maritime Research Institute

 

How would be a future of Japanese maritime industry in the society with unexpected rapid evolutions in information and other technologies and changing people’s life style? Japan Ship Technology Research Association conducted a research to forecast an ideal future of the maritime industry as “Blue Ocean” and to draw a technological development strategy to make the ideal future reality. This presentation introduces the summary of this research.

(Thu) 12 April

10:00

17:30

[S-2] Sea Japan 2018 International Conference

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 10:00 ~ 17:30
Venue : Tokyo Big Sight Conference Tower 6F 605~608
Fee : JPY 19,000
Presented by : Kaiji Press Co, Ltd., UBM Japan Co Ltd
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
Seminar details

10:00~10:50

Keynote Speech / Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.(MOL)

Mr. Junichiro Ikeda, President

 

10:50~11:40

Special Presentation / JFE Holdings, Inc.

Mr. Eiji Hayashida, President, CEO

 

11:50~13:10

Lunch Break

Lunch Sponsored by NIPPON KAIJI KYOKAI (Class NK)

 

 

13:10~14:40

Round Table Discussion by Leaders of Shipbuilding Companies

<Panelist>

 

-Mr. Yoshinori Mochida, President of Ship & Offshore Structure Company,
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

-Mr. Kotaro Chiba, President, Japan Marine United Corporation

-Mr. Tetsuro Koga, President, Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

-Mr. Koji Okura, President, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

 

 

<Moderator>

Mr. Hiroaki Sakashita, Advisor, Nippon Hakuyohin Kentei Kyokai

 

14:40~15:30

Presentation / Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association

Mr. Shinzo Yamada, Chairman

 

 

15:30~15:50

Coffee Break

Coffee Break Sponsored by LISCR JAPAN(LIBERIAN REGISTRY)

 

15:50~16:40

Presentation / Ocean Network Express (Japan) Ltd.

Mr. Takafumi Kido, President

 

16:40~17:30

Presentation / Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE)

Mr. Hiromichi Aoki, Senior Managing Executive Officer

10:30

10:50

[C-6] Medium and Long Term Strategy of NMRI

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 10:30 ~ 10:50
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : National Maritime Research Institute
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Shotaro Uto

Director General

National Maritime Research Institute

National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

 

 

Introduce the medium and long term tasks of our institute, that is to say, research fields that should be maintained, strengthened and pioneered, human resource development, maintenance of research facilities and so forth.  Those tasks should be to promptly correspond to various demands from the relevant governments, industries and universities, and to fulfill our mission as a national research institute, in order to address the rapidly changing and increasingly complicating maritime environment.

11:00

11:20

[C-7] Apply for AI Study on Ship Design and Survey

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 11:00 ~ 11:20
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : National Maritime Research Institute
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Mr. Masaru Hirakata

Senior Researcher

National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

National Maritime Research Institute

 

 

In recent years, AI research is said to be the tertiary boom triggered by research on Deep Learning based on Neural Networks. Neural Network Technology is a core technology that can realize human intellectual processing based on experience (learning) such as image recognition, natural language processing, optimization problem, classification problem, reasoning / prediction problem. We present studies applying AI research based on Neural Network to ship design and Survey.

11:30

11:50

[C-8] Overview of Regulations for Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships and Marine Power Source with Fuel Diversification

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 11:30 ~ 11:50
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : National Maritime Research Institute
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

 

 

Ms. Chiori TAKAHASHI

Head of Environmental Analysis Research Group,

Marine Environment & Engine System Department

National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology,

National Maritime Research Institute

 

12:00

12:20

[C-9] Development and at-sea deployments of an unmanned bottom survey unit consisting of multiple AUVs and an ASV

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 12:00 ~ 12:20
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : National Maritime Research Institute
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
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Mr. Kangsoo Kim

Head of AUV R&D Group

National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port, and Aviation Technology

 

In this presentation, an introduction to an unmanned sea bottom survey unit developed by National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI) of Japan, and the results of its explorations in hydrothermal vent sites are described. Consisting of multiple Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and an Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) that surveils the AUVs on duty, our unit behaves autonomously providing high- resolution survey of a bottom area without any aid by human operators. As well as an introduction to our bottom survey unit, results of its at-sea deployments to Omuro Caldron (Dec. 2016) and Wakamiko Caldera (Nov. 2017) are reported.

13:00

14:00

[C-10] LNG/LPG fuelled vessel and bunkering

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 13:00 ~ 14:00
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : The Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Noriyuki Aoyama

Manager, Senior consultant, Research & Consulting Group

Japan Marine Science Inc.

 

In the ocean shipping industry, regulations for SOx emissions will be tightened in all sea areas, starting in 2020 and reduction of CO2 emissions is an urgent issue as well. So alternative fuels including LNG have drawn attention as a countermeasure.

This section introduces the latest trends in LNG-fueled vessels and LNG bunkering in Japan and overseas, as well as LPG-fueled vessels in which Japan holds the leading position. The section also explains key points in LNG-fueled vessel operations and the development of the LNG bunkering business in Japan.

14:20

16:40

[C-11] South East Asia Shipowners’ Seminar

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 14:20 ~ 16:40
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : UBM Japan Co Ltd
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

Southeast Asia Maritime Market : Country Reports

Mr. Johnson W. Sutjipt,

Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association

Mr. Bhumindr Harinsuit,

Chairman, Thai Shipowners’ Association

Mr. Roy R. Alampay,

Chairman, Filipino Shipowners’ Association

Mr. Abdul Hak Md Amin,

Chairman, Malaysia Shipowners’ Association

Ms. Katie Men,

Vice President and Treasurer, Singapore Shipping Association

10:20

11:20

[D-1] Finland Technology Seminar

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 10:20 ~ 11:20
Venue : Seminar Room D, East Hall 5, Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Center
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Finland Pavilion
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Finland Pavilion

Companies in Finland Pavilion will introduce the latest products, technology and services for the global market!

11:40

12:40

[D-2] German Marine Technology & Innovation Seminar

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 11:40 ~ 12:40
Venue : Seminar Room D, East Hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : German Pavilion
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

 

German Pavilion

 

“German Marine Technology & Innovation Seminar”

 

Germany is the largest exporter of high-tech marine equipment worldwide. German equipment suppliers are forerunners in all important development trends: Maritime Digitalization, Marine Energy Transition, and latest efficiency improvements in propulsion and ship operations. The leading companies KBB, L’Orange and MMG will demonstrate latest developments in their respective fields of marine technology. Additionally, the branch organization VDMA – German Marine Equipment and Systems – will provide a brief overview on the most recent trends of the German marine equipment branch, dealing with today’s technological challenges of worldwide shipping and shipbuilding

 

Program:

 

11:40

Introduction: From digitalization to Marine Energy Transition – challenges, solutions and trends of the German marine industry

Mr. Hauke Schlegel, VDMA – German Marine Equipment and Systems

 

11:45

MMG – The propeller: Efficiency in design and manufacturing

Mr. Georg Meidow, Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH

 

12:05

Ready to meet tomorrow’s demands:

Dual-fuel systems and exhaust aftertreatment from L’Orange

Mr. Marc-Tran Heller / Mr. Olav Altmann, L’Orange GmbH

 

12:25

KBB turbocharger solutions – latest developments in line with IMO emission regulations

Mr. Reinhard Ernst, KBB Kompressorenbau Bannewitz GmbH

 

12:45

Closing remarks

13:00

14:00

[D-3] Holland Technology Seminar

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 13:00 ~ 14:00
Venue : Seminar Room D, East Hall 5
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : Holland Pavilion
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

Holland Pavilion

 

Opening Speech

Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

 

13:00-13:15 New Damen RSD Tug New developments in vesseldesign and manoeuvring systems

Wim Knoester (VDVMS) & Michiel Hendrikx(DAMEN)

【Damen Shipyards Group】
Utilising decades of experience as a compact ASD Tug builder, Damen has developed the ultimate ship-handling tool – the Damen RSD Tug Series.
Always operating bow first, RSD Tugs are built for optimal sailing, manoeuvring and assisting all types of vessels, from the largest VLCCs to container vessels with extreme flair, in harbours and at terminals. The RSD Tug is a simple, efficient, tool, that performs excellently as a bow as well as a stern tug. The new generation of ship-handling tugs can be built with diesel direct, hybrid and CNG propulsion.
The Damen RSD Tug is a registered trademark and Damen has developed three dedicated designs for 50, 70 and 90 tonnes bollard pull.

【Van der Velden Marine Systems】
This presentation will contain the following applications of state of the art Green Rudder Technology:
Intelligent Full Spade Rudders for Ultra Large Container Ships
Asymmetric High Lift Flap Rudders for Cruise, Ro-Ro and Ro-Pax Vessels
Energy Saving Rudder Package with hydrodynamic integration of Rudder-Propeller system

 

13.15-13.30 Ship propulsion performance monitoring and energy management: experiences and lessons learned

Mr. Douwe Vellinga, VAF Instruments

The presentation will focus on important topics in the area of performance monitoring and verification, fuel management and energy efficiency.

We will discuss how to translate the ship propulsion sensor (big) data into relevant data (KPI’s), on which decisions can be made for further reduction of fuel consumption and emissions.

New insights are provided in the following areas:

·         Propeller efficiency

·         Efficiency loss when operating a controllable pitch propeller at constant RPM versus variable RPM

·         Hull resistance

·         Effects of propeller cleaning, polishing and retrofits

·         Effects of hull cleaning, coatings and modifications

Real life experience, case studies and lessons learned will support these new insights.

 

13.30-13.45 Boxcooler

Mr. Erwin Nieuwenhuis, VDL Klima

The box cooler is currently not used in Japanese ships due to lack of approval.
However, we are used for export. but that is very less.
This seminar intoroduces Boxcooling systems

13.45 -14.00 Co-Creation in Ship Design

Mr. Jan Willem Cuperus, Groot Ship Design

Creating the best possible design for a new ship, fullfilling the expectations of its owner, is only possible when having a good and strong cooperation between designer and owner. In this short seminar we show you the design and working philosophy (and the results!) of Groot Ship Design. One of the best known and respected design offices in Europe for cargo vessels from coastal upto handy size.

14:20

15:20

[D-4] Maritime Solutions - Inspired by Iceland

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 14:20 ~ 15:20
Venue : Seminar Room D, East Hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Iceland Pavilion
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Iceland Pavilion

 

Introduction
-Promote Iceland, Ingveldur Bjornsdottir

 

-Fiber Ropes will Eventually Replace Most Steel Wires
Hampidjan, Kenta Inaba

 

-A Total Software Solution for Maintenance Management
Maintsoft, Kristjan Sigurgeirsson, Maintx

 

-Redefining the Accepted Fundamentals of Seakeepin
Rafnar; Karl Birgir Bjornsson,

 

-How use of Sæplast containers can improve quality, safety and profitability of fresh fish catch from the trawler to the table
Sæplast, Arnar Snorrason,

 

-Where the cool chain never breaks
KAPP

15:40

16:40

[D-5] Denmark Technology Seminar

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 15:40 ~ 16:40
Venue : Seminar Room D, East Hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Denmark Pavilion
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details

Denmark Pavilion

 

• Opening Mr. Mark Lerche ‒ Head of Danish Marine Group
• LNG Technology Mr. Michael A. Wulff , Sales Director, Eltronic Fueltech
• Scrubber Technology Mr. Shinichiro Maruyama, Manager Kikuden International Ltd. &
Mr. Anders Skibdal, CEO PureteQ A/S
• Cable and Pipe Sealing – Protect Life and Assets
Mr. Jo Moritani ‒ Marine and Off shore, Roxtec

10:20

11:20

[E-5] The Outlook for Shipping Markets in Times of Disruption

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 10:20 ~ 11:20
Venue : Event Stage
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : UBM/Seatrade
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details
Consecutive Interpretation 【EN→JP】

Mr. Marcus Hand, Seatrade Global Editor

 

Global shipping markets are seeing recovery and there are real signs that the industry is coming out of the long downturn since the onset of the Global Economic Crisis. But as demand and supply come back into balance challenges are being seen as shipping faces new disruptive forces and the demands of environment regulation. New challenges also create opportunities and this presentation takes a look at where these will lie for shipping markets in the months and years ahead. ​

11:40

12:40

[E-6] Sea Japan Woman in Maritime

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 11:40 ~ 12:40
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free Of Charge
Presented by : UBM
Language : Japanese Only
Status : End
Seminar details

 

Supported by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

 

This new event will be featured Woman in Maritime industry. We will welcome the captain of domestic vessel, craftsperson of shipbuilding company and also woman working at the marine equipment company and interview how they work in maritime industry which is said man’s world.

MLIT will also report the summary of “investigative commission of encouraging  woman mariner activity ” which was subjected in 2017.

15:50

16:50

[E-9] Methanol: A Key Solution for the 2020 Maritime Emissions Challenge

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 15:50 ~ 16:50
Venue : Event Stage
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Methanol Institute (MI)
Language : 【Consecutive Interpretation】ENG→JPN
Status : End
Seminar details
Consecutive Interpretation 【EN→JP】

Mr. Dom LaVigne,

Director of Government & Public Affairs – Asia Pacific/Middle East

Methanol Institute (MI)

 

Methanol is an important chemical feedstock and alternative energy application that is being used globally.

In light of International Maritime Organization (IMO) policies which will impose a global SOx cap of 0.5% on January 1, 2020 – as well as expected NOx and CO2 maritime restrictions from 2021 onwards – governments and ship-owners globally are now looking at how best to address this.

Methanol represents an important energy solution that can yield extremely low SOx, NOx, and CO2 emissions, and will help ship-owners meet current and future IMO guidelines.

13:00

14:00

[E-7] How to manage the Marine Environmental Regulation

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Date : 12 April (Thu) 13:00 ~ 14:00
Venue : Event stage, East hall 5
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : The Japanese Shipowners' Association
Language : Japanese only
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Kazushi Omori,
Manager, Marine Management Division,
The Japanese Shipowners’ Association

 

The seminar explains how to deal with environmental issues such as air/marine pollution, GHG etc.

(Fri) 13 April

10:30

10:50

[C-12] The Opening Address and Introduction of Maritime Policies (i-Shipping)

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 10:30 ~ 10:50
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
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Mr. Takemasa Minemoto,

Director, Boat Affairs Office

Shipbuilding and Ship Machinery Division Maritime Bureau

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

 

Introduction of maritime policies (i-Shipping) of MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) and related technology development.

 

11:00

11:30

[C-13] R&D on Structural Health Monitoring for Large Container Carriers

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 11:00 ~ 11:30
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6, Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Center
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
Seminar details

Mr. Yasushi Yamamoto,
Deputy General Manager, Technical Group, NYK Line

11:40

12:10

[C-14] Enhancement of SPEEDS (Smart Platform of Enhanced Engineering Data for Shipping and Shipbuilding) -Information Platform for Maritime Industries to Realize the Innovative Use of Ship 3D Data-

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 11:40 ~ 12:10
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism,ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
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Professor Kunihiro Hamada,Dr. Eng.
Chairman of the Project Research Committee P-55, Japan Society of
Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers
(Professor, HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY)

13:10

13:40

[C-15] Maritime Innovation using Digital Technologies - From a Standpoint of Classifi cation Society-

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 13:10 ~ 13:40
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism,ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
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Mr. Toshiyuki Matsumoto,
Director of Research Institute, ClassNK

13:50

15:50

[C-16] Introduction of SSAP2 Project

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 13:50 ~ 15:50
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism,ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
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13:50-14:30

(1) The Role of Open Platform in the Coming Era of Ship Digitalization

Dr. Hideyuki Ando,
Senior General Manager, MTI
(Chairman of Smart Ship Application Platform 2 (SSAP2) Project)

 

14:30-14:55

(2) International Standardization Eff orts from Japan to Promote the Use of Ship IoT Data (ISO/FDIS 19847,19848)

 

① Introduction of ISO/FDIS 19847(Shipboard data server to share fi eld data at sea)

Mr. Takashi Yamada,
Expert IT Innovation Management Group,
UZUSHIO ELECTRIC CO,. LTD.

② Introduction of ISO/FDIS 19848(Standard data for shipboard machinery and equipment)

Mr. Mineyuki Morimoto,
Assistant Manager Development and Design Section Development
and Design Department System Division, TERASAKI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.

 

(3) Activities of ShipDC, the Foundation for a ‘Productivity Revolution’ in Maritime Aff airs, and Cooperation with the SSAP Project

Mr. Yasuhiro Ikeda,
Representative Director and President Ship Data Center Co., Ltd.

16:00

16:30

[C-17] Opportunities to Use Engine-plant Simulators and Introduce the IoT in Maritime Affairs Education

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 16:00 ~ 16:30
Venue : Seminar room C, East Hall 6
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism,ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
Language : 【Simultaneous Interpretation】 JPN⇔ENG
Status : End
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Mr. Takashi Miwa, Chairman, Research Committee for Engine-Plant
Simulators, The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering
(Kobe University, Graduate school of Maritime Sciences, Lecturer)

11:00

12:00

[E-10] Introduction of Maritime ERP package (TRANS Series) sailed out from Japan

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 11:00 ~ 12:00
Venue : Event stage, East hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : AIS Co., Ltd.
Language : Japanese only
Status : End
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Mr. Hideki Takizawa, Manager, Maritime ERP Dept.

Mr. Masaki Koike, Leader, Maritime ERP Dept.

 

Maritime accounting system “TRANS-Account” captured largest market share in Japan has progressed to maritime ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). We’ll introduce product features and benefits of integrated voyage management system “TRANS-Operator” for ocean-going vessels sailed out from Japan as an upstream system having seamless interface to accounting system, and B/L management system for liner vessels “TRANS-Liner” with system demonstration, DON’T MISS IT !!

13:00

14:00

[E-12] "Guru-Job VR”: VR x AI saves labor costs through virtual job training

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 13:00 ~ 14:00
Venue : Event Stage, East Hall 5
Fee : Free of Charge
Presented by : JOLLY GOOD INC.
Language : Japanese
Status : End
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Mr. Kensuke Joji, CEO, JOLLY GOOD INC.

360VR can help users be well-prepared by enhancing their skills and minimizing risks on the job. In this presentation, we introduce a smart training solution utilizing  “VR x AI” developed by Jolly Good, the top market share VR solutions company in the media industry. Realistic and interactive field training is possible at low cost without using CG and large-scale equipment.

15:00

16:00

[E-11] CMP's new high performance coatings - New low friction and fuel saving antifoulings - Epoxy chocking liner

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Date : 13 April (Fri) 15:00 ~ 16:00
Venue : Event stage, East hall 5
Fee : Free of charge
Presented by : Chugoku Marine Paints, Ltd.
Language : Japanese only
Status : End
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Antifouling Technical Dept. & High Performance Coating Dept., Chugoku Marine Paints, Ltd.

Introduction of CMP’s latest high and reliable performance marine paints. ①New spectacular fuel saving “SEAFLO NEO series” which can dramatically and efficiently reduce the risk for barnacles and slime attachment during a long static period and ②“CMP LINER” which is a chocking material for supporting various machineries such as main engines or marine auxiliary equipment and now has been accumulating a lot of track record.

Contact

Sea Japan Secretariat Office(UBM Japan Co Ltd )

Kanda 91 Bldg., 1-8-3 Kaji-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 101-0044 Japan

TEL: +81-3-5296-1020 FAX: +81-3-5296-1018

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