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Wednesday, March 6 • 9:00am - 1:00pm
Maritime Surveillance - The Benefits of Global Collaboration to Promote Good Stewardship and Safe Conduct in the World’s Oceans LIMITED

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Mutual awareness for ocean prosperity: how do we share existing ocean surveillance information from space systems to equitably enrich all maritime nations by promoting good stewardship and safe conduct across the world's oceans?

Effective maritime situation awareness requires, by its very nature, global collaboration. The "Collaboration in Space for International Global Maritime Awareness" (C-SIGMA) undertaking looks to develop an unclassified Global Maritime Awareness system using existing commercial and civil space systems, and to make them synergistically more effective by fostering international partnerships and
collaboration. An efficient global maritime awareness system will not only increase security and promote trade, but also will enhanced safety of life at sea and provide greater protection of the maritime environment and its resources, benefiting the entire global community. Following on the Horizon 2020
proposal to improve tools for maritime surveillance, this session will focus on the collaborative nature of maritime situation awareness and how best to integrate European member states with other important global players to achieve these ends via the use of existing unclassified aerospace technology. 


Moderators
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David Neyland

U.S. Office of Naval Research Global - London
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Prof. Guy Thomas

President at C-SIGMA Consulting
Prof. Guy Thomas has been involved in all environments of maritime surveillance for 35+ years, including 23 years in the Navy and Air Force, 9 with the USCG, and 9 at Johns Hopkins’ Applied Physics. The S&T Advisor, Maritime Domain Awareness, for the US interagency office for 7 years, he conceived and helped design space-based AIS, and C-SIGMA, whose implementation was included in the NATIONAL SPACE POLICY (2010). He directed the... Read More →

Speakers
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Ami Daniel

CEO & Co-founder, Windward Ltd.
Ami Daniel is the CEO of Windward Ltd., which develops innovative technology for satellite-based maritime analytics. Ami is highly skilled in the domains of maritime analytics, operational naval activity and earth observation satellite technology. Prior to Windward, Ami served as a naval officer in the Israeli Navy, and he is a graduate of the Israeli Naval Academy and of the Advanced Naval Command Course. During his service, he served as... Read More →
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Ms. Doreen Dyck

Defence R&D Counsellor, CDLS, London
Ms. Doreen Dyck has spent her entire professional career as a scientist with Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) of the Canadian Department of National Defence. She started her career working in the field of radar countermeasures, where she devised jamming programs and algorithms, evaluated the effectiveness of jamming techniques, assessed the performance of experimental and DND jamming equipment, and provided advice and assistance to the... Read More →
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Rory Fitzpatrick

CEO National Space Centre
Rory Fitzpatrick is CEO of National Space Centre Ltd.  National Space Centre is a private company supported by Enterprise Ireland, and was set up in 2010 to redevelop Elforstown Earthstation, and to relaunch Elfordstown as a world class carrier grade commercial teleport and centre of excellence for space research. Rory was born in Cork and educated at Christian Brothers College, Cork.  Rory finished school in 1985 in the midst of the... Read More →
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Harm Greidanus

Presentation title: Regional maritime awareness in the Western Indian Ocean Harm Greidanus received a Ph.D. degree in astrophysics from Leiden University in The Netherlands in 1989. Following that, he has worked in remote sensing at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). In 2003 he joined the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre in Ispra, Italy. He has worked mostly on maritime remote sensing and... Read More →
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Chris Reynolds

Director, Irish Coast Guard
Chris’s maritime career started in the Irish Navy in 1979 as an Executive (Deck) Officer. He qualified as a Mine Warfare and Clearance Diving Officer with the Royal Navy and also qualified as a Bomb Disposal Officer for conventional and anti- terrorist devices. He was closely involved in designing and delivery water combat training for the Army Ranger Wing, and assisting in the setting up of the Customs Water Unit and the Fishery Sea... Read More →
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Dr. Brian Young

Director of the Defence Technology Agency, New Zealand
Dr Brian Young joined the Defence Technology Agency as Director in April 2012, after two and half years as Director for Research at the University of Otago. Previously, Dr Young served for four years at the New Zealand Embassy in Washington DC as the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology’s first Science & Technology Counsellor to the United States of America. In his earlier life as a neuroscience researcher, he was a... Read More →


Wednesday March 6, 2013 9:00am - 1:00pm
Radisson Blu Rue d'Idalie 35, 1050 Brussels

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