In association with
Shipping Companies, Ship Management, Owners & Operators Containers....Cruise Lines Ferry Operators, Rig Owners & Operators & Port Authorities
Re-Sellers / VARs
London - Washington DC
The seas and oceans of the world, at the surface and in the depths, are a vital resource for industry, trade, and leisure. Though hostile compared with most of the land masses, their vital, and increasing, importance as a means of transport for our globalised trade goods, as an important source of food supplies and of vital energy resources, as well as an environment for our entertainment pursuits, is not diminished. Our ability to communicate effectively whilst on its surface and exploiting its depths is paramount, and now goes beyond only the means to improve of the safety of seafarers and their vessels – the key consideration associated with the first maritime satellite communications networks, and naturally of great importance.
Identifying, Understanding and Leveraging the Sector’s Essential Dynamics
Who Wants What and Where? Who Provides What & Where?
Maritime Deployment of New Global Broadband Resources
New Evolutionary Trends in C, Ku, Ka & L Frequency Footprints for the Maritime Space
The High Throughput Evolution
eBusiness Strategy & Implementation Afloat
Integrating Operational Ship Management Applications & Communications
The Internet & Social Media Expectation
From Vessel Chartering to Capturing & Sharing Data Ship-to-Shore
The Vessel Type, Company Type, Data Volumes, and Crew Requirement
Maritime Industry Satellite Networking
To the Arctic Horizon
Communications Inshore & on the High Seas: Who Makes the Rules? Who Enforces the Rules?
The Multi-Band Challenge in a Stabilised Market
Technical Innovation for an Expanding Market
The Satellite Navigation and Satellite Communications Interface
GMDSS from MSS to FSS?
Real-time Access & Dissemination of Local, Regional & Global Information
Systems Resilience Profiles