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Conference & Workshop Programme includes 3 Keynotes and 20 Presentations

The Dynamic Programme includes 20 Expert Speakers covering 3 Phases:

Here & Now Technology – how industry is evolving today’s technology

Next Generation Systems – within a few years of commercial release

Innovation and Future Possibilities – pushing the boundaries forward

Next Generation Marine Power & Propulsion - Programme Overview:

Hybrid provides 'here and now' solutions as systems move from R&D to commercial availability

CFD modelling and tank testing can improve hulls and propulsion systems, with optimisation and combining technologies

Main power / diesel OEMs highlight how new engine tiers are addressing emissions and exhaust treatment

New propulsion systems including variable pitch and directed thrust can deliver efficiency gains and fuel savings

Fuel cells are gaining momentum as automotive adopts the concept with crossover technologies relevant to maritime

Sub IMO / sub 24m sector can react rapidly to new technology, proving in this size vessel enables scaling to larger platforms

Marine can learn from automotive, aviation, space and sub-sea sectors approach to ‘power’

Autonomous vessels will need ‘next generation power & propulsion’ for military and civilian applications

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KEYNOTE: 'Global Marine Technology Trends - 2030 and beyond'
Professor R Ajit Shenoi – Director, Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute

KEYNOTE: 'Powering the Modern Port - ships, tugs and the hidden fleet of support vessels'
Captain Don Cockrill – Secretary General, UK Maritime Pilots Association

KEYNOTE: 'How emerging technology can create problems at sea as well as providing solutions'
Captain Andrew Moll – Deputy Chief Inspector, Marine Accident Investigation Branch

'Shape-changing pulsed jet-thrusters for a new generation of AUVs'
Francesco Giorgio-Serchi & Gabriel Weymouth – Fluid Structure Interactions Group,
Southampton University

"They said it could never be done"
'The scientific and engineering approach to the manufacture and use of Emulsified Fuels'

Alan Priddy – Offshore Expeditions, Global Powerboat Circumnavigation Record Team

'Integrating Vessel Management Systems Using the NMEA 2000 Protocol'
Johnny Lindstrom – Chairman, National Marine Electronics Association

'Performance and Safety Aspects of Maritime Battery Systems”
Ben Gully –- Engineer, DNV Research & Innovation

'The footprint, weight and cost benefits of marine Lithium-ion battery systems'
Robert Young – Marine Technical Lead, XALT Energy

'Hybrid Electric Vessel Propulsion with Integrated Motor Assist'
Mehdi Hendijanizadeh,  Suleiman Sharkh – Southampton University / Dennis Doerffel – REAP Systems

'Windship sail power could revolutionise the way vessels carry goods across oceans'
David Barrow & Simon Rogers – Directors, Windship Technology

'Emissions control & Alternative fuels for propulsion'
Captain Muhammad Shafique – Senior Lecturer, Petrochem - Warsash Maritime Academy

‘Risks associated with maritime battery installations and their mitigation’
Bernard Twomey & Tania Berry – Lloyd’s Register

‘Hybrid Fuel Cell Electric Propulsion for marine transport applications:
Case study of a domestic ferry’

Ameen Bassam – Fluid Structure Interactions Group, Southampton University

‘Developing a hybrid powered RIB for patrol and work boat applications’
Graeme Hawksley – Managing Director, Hybrid Marine Ltd

Hybrid Battery Electric Propulsion Systems - Challenges in System Integration
Dr Dennis Doerffel - Founder & Chief Technology Officer, REAP Systems

‘Viable solutions for reducing weight and improving fuel efficiency of vessels’
Julian Morgan – Managing Director, KPM Marine

'Modelling hybrid power & propulsion systems focussed on duty cycles & commercial benefits'
Ken Wittamore – Managing Director, Triskel Marine

'Optimising energy sources to fit the vessel, duty cycle and the environment'
David Adamiak – Senior Manager Business Development, BAE Systems HybriDrive

'The Potential for Hybrid and Low Emission Solutions in Offshore Wind'
Dan Kyle Spearman - Naval Architect, The Carbon Trust

'New power and propulsion systems need new skills training for engineers and integrators’
Tony Birr – Director, Century Maritime

‘Balancing hull speed and stored energy to create The Hour Of Power’
John Haynes – Managing Director, Shock Mitigation