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Mariners' Workshop 2022

 

 

Dear Participant, 

The Shipping Federation of Canada is pleased to invite you to the 2022 Mariners' Workshop organized in collaboration with key Federal partners such as the Canadian Coast Guard, the Canadian Hydrographic Service and Transport Canada.

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the 2022 Mariners’ Workshop event will again be held virtually and offered at no charge to particpants on January 25, 26 and 27, 2022. The goal is to encourage a dialogue among mariners as well as provide an opportunity to interact with manufacturers, service providers, regulators and other stakeholders. The  focus of the 2022 workshop is the continuous modernization of Canadian waterways supported by e-Navigation. 

This event will offer more than a webinar or online meeting by including:

  • Q&A sessions
  • Insightful keynotes
  • and more...

Register for the 2022 Mariners Workshop.  The draft workshop agenda can be seen below.

A recap from the 2021 Mariners Workshop can be found here.

 

DAY 1 - JANUARY 25, 2022

All times in EST

 
1100-1115

Welcome & Logistics 

  • Shipping Federation of Canada - Chad Allen
1115-1130

Opening Remarks

  • TBC
   1130-1250            

Government Agency Perspectives & Initiatives

Moderated by Capt. Philip McCarter

  • Canadian Coast Guard - Antonella Ferro, National Director, Marine Navigational Programs
  • Transport Canada - TBC
  • Canadian Hydrographic Service - Louis Maltais, Director, Navigation Geospatial Services and Support
  • Environnent and Climate Change Canada - Daniel Huang, National Marine Program Supervisor
1250-1305 Health Break
1305-1425

Port Collaborative Decision Making – Canadian Initiatives

Moderated by Denis Hains

  • Port Control System – Jessica Norman, Halifax Port Authority
  • Active Vessel Traffic Management - Capt. Shri Madiwal, Vancouver-Fraser Port Authority
  • Optimized Pilotage Services - Capt. Cedric Baumelle, Laurentian Pilotage Authority
  • Other Speakers TBC
1425-1430 Closing Remarks 

DAY 2 - JANUARY 26, 2022

All times in EST

 
   1100-1105         

Welcome & Logistics

  • Shipping Federation of Canada - Chad Allen
1105-1205

Government Agency Perspectives & Initiatives

Moderated by Capt. Philip McCarter

  • National Research Council Canada - Marie-Chantal Ross, Ocean Program Director
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation - TBC
  • United States Coast Guard - Dave Lewald, Program Analyst – Navigation Systems
1205-1305

Panel Discussion - AI in the Marine Sector

Moderated by Denis Hains

  • Global Spatial Technology Solutions (GSTS) – Scott MacPhee
  • Scale AI - Patrick Tammer
  • Montreal Port Authority - Daniel Olivier
  • Maritime Multimodal Supply Chain - Kevin Heffner
1305-1320

Health Break

1320-1425

Arctic Navigation – Challenges and Opportunities

Moderated by Capt. Philip McCarter

  • Speakers TBC
1425-1430 Closing Remarks

 

DAY 3 - JANUARY 27, 2022

All times in EST

 
   1100-1105

Welcome & Logistics

  • Shipping Federation of Canada - Chad Allen
1105-1245

Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) 

Moderated by Denis Hains

  • National Research Council - Marie-Chantal Ross
  • Transport Canada - Innovation Center - Howard Polsuns
  • Sea Machines Robotics - Speaker TBC
  • Other Speakers TBC
1245-1300

Health Break

1300-1445

Regional eNavigation Updates

Moderated by Capt. Philip McCarter

  • Pacific - Paul Devries, BC Coast Pilots
  • Great Lakes - TBC
  • Quebec - JF Belzile, Montreal Port Authority
  • Atlantic - Andrew Rae, CMPA - Atlantic
1445-1500

Closing Remarks

  • Next Mariners' Workshop - January 2023