THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1ST
14.00 – 16.00
The conference will also be available in streaming
Conference with simultaneous translation ITA-ENG-ITA
# TECHNOLOGY TRENDS FOR THE MARITIME SECTOR: SHIPS AND PORTS
Technological innovation, often disruptive of the structures in the various sectors, is now a constant in all areas of society and economy. The maritime sector is no exception. The request for greater system resilience in the presence of events that reduce the possibility of physical human intervention constitutes an additional driver in the search for new solutions.
This session explores the analysis of available and developing technologies, their impact, and presents application case histories promoted by leading companies in the sector.
Maritime autonomous and remote-controlled systems
Automation on board
Evolution in communication systems
Augmented reality for monitoring and control and maintenance
Satellite, assisted and Inertial navigation
Multi-channel monitoring of port and coastal spaces: satellites, pseudo-satellites and drones
Automation of port systems
Chairman: Marco Comelli, Prinicipal Consultant, Studio Comelli – Conferences&Communication
Greetings by Francesco Maresca, Assessore allo Sviluppo Economico Portuale e Logistico, Comune di Genova
Ports monitoring and control from the sky: a brief introduction
Gen.(ret) Giovanni Savoldelli Pedrocchi
Satellite and stratospheric platforms monitoring services for High Seas and Coastal Areas
Maria Angelucci, Head of D&I and COSMO-SkyMed KAM Europe, e-GEOS S.p.A.
LESTA Long Endurance STratospheric Airship
Massimo Mazzola, President, Space Italy
3D Classification & Digital twin
Luca Ghersi, Italian Plan Approval Manager, BUREAU VERITAS ITALIA S.p.A.
Giovanni Caprino, Deputy Director, Cluster Tecnologico Blue Italian Growth
Real time Damage Decision Support System for ship recovery
Alessandro Bonvicini, Andrea Marchese, CETENA
Remote Inspection Techniques: what’s new and how much are they effective?
Cesare Mario Rizzo, Professor, Università di Genova
Automated Navigation; autonomy derived
Roger Trinterud, Sales director, Cruise, Yacht and Passenger vessels, Kongsberg Maritime
How digitalization will impact on the role of class societies
Alessandro Pescetto, Marine Digital & Innovation Director, RINA
Competence management system Grimaldi
Marcello Pica, HR director, Grimaldi
GNSS security. An update on threats and countermeasures
Roberto Capua, Chairman, Comitato Speciale SC-134 della Commissione Internazionale RTCM
Enforcement of cybersecurity masures following the new IMO approved Guidelines on maritime cyber risk management
Armando Ruffini, Capitano di Vascello, Capo Reparto Tecnico Amministrativo, Capitaneria di Porto di Ravenna
The surveillance of “open” infrastructures to face the unconventional threat of malicious UAV at harbour sites
Alessio Campana, Conops and Operational Scenario Expert, Elettronica SPA