'e-Navigation Underway' – invitation by the Danish Maritime Authority for an international conference
For the seventh time, the conference ‘e-Navigation Underway – International’ will bring together important stakeholders to discuss the opportunities and challenges of e-Navigation.
The latest trends and the possibilities for implementation of e-Navigation are the themes of this years ‘e-Navigation Underway’ conference co-hosted by the Danish Maritime Authority and IALA. The conference will take place aboard the M/S Pearl Seaways from January 31st to February 2nd.
In the course of two days, different maritime actors will cover everything from presentations on cyber security to demonstrations of new technical solutions from across the world. The conference is a unique opportunity to get different perspectives on how best to reap the benefits from e-Navigation.
The conference has become a constructive forum for international dialogue on the progress and implementation of e-Navigation. The last conference was attended by representatives of 22 countries and 92 different organisations, including the Secretary-General of the IMO, Mr. Kitack Lim.
Topics such as harmonisation and maritime services will be discussed by professionals from around the world. All participants will get a chance to exchange ideas and give their input on how e-Navigation adds value to the maritime sector.
A regional variety of ‘e-Navigation Underway’ has also been started in North America and is currently being developed in South Korea.
The conference will take place from January 31st to February 2nd aboard the M/S Pearl Seaways on a return passage to Oslo.
You can register for the conference on www.e-navigation.net until January 26th. The final programme will be published on the same website.
Information om Danish Maritime Authority
“The Danish Maritime Authority sets the direction for future quality shipping”
Our field of responsibility is based on the shipping industry and its framework conditions, the ship and its crew. In addition, we are responsible for aids to navigation in the waters surrounding Denmark and ashore. In other words, the Danish Maritime Authority has the responsibility for the following:
- The construction, equipment and operation of Danish ships (including safety, terror prevention, navigational regulations, manning, occupational health and environmental protection) as well as port State control of foreign ships calling at Danish ports.
- Ship registration.
- Seafarers’ employment, health and conditions of social security.
- Shipping policy, maritime law as well as industrial policy, both nationally and internationally.
- Tasks related to aids to navigation at sea and ashore (lighthouses and buoys), including ships and repair workshops.
- Navigational information in the form of navigational analyses, warnings, GIS and specialist publications.
- The national pilot authority.
The Danish Maritime Authority consists of the central authority, eight survey offices, including the office in Nuuk, Greenland, as well as the Centre of Maritime Health and Safety on the island of Fanø.
Our responsibility as a government agency applies both to the merchant fleet and the fishing industry. However, the Danish Maritime Authority is not responsible for the industrial policy relating to fishing which is under the auspices of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries.
Please observe that the surveillance of Danish waters and of civilian shipping, sovereignty enforcement, the police authority, pollution prevention, environmental surveillance, ice-breaking, etc. are the responsibility of the Ministry of Defence.
The Danish Maritime Authority is a government agency under the Ministry of Business and Growth.
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