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The 27th SMM will take place in Hamburg. We welcome you to visit our stand number B4.EG.211.

SMM is one of the leading maritime events and attracts the international maritime industry to Hamburg for the exhibition, high level conferences and good networking opportunities.
The event is held at Hamburg Messe and we welcome you to visit us at stand number B4.EG.211 to learn more about our services to the maritime industry.

SMM is one of the leading maritime events and attracts the international maritime industry to Hamburg for the exhibition, high level conferences and good networking opportunities.
The event is held at Hamburg Messe and we welcome you to visit us at stand number B4.EG.211 to learn more about our services to the maritime industry.

Agenda

DNV GL Forum programme

Day 1

Tuesday, 6 September - East entrance

 

Media lunch

Press representatives are welcome to join us for a light lunch prior to our press conference

DNV GL press conference

Ponente

Remi Eriksen

Group President and CEO

Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen

CEO DNV GL Maritime

Matthias Ritters

Regional Manager Maritime Region Germany

Managing cyber risk in shipping

DNV GL is launching a recommended practice, e-learning and self-assessment app to help the maritime industry address and improve cybersecurity resilience on board ships and mobile offshore units for systems, crew, vessels and the onshore digital liaisons for both IT and OT (operational technology such as SCADA, PLCs, sensors)
- First hands-on guidance on how to assess cybersecurity risks in maritime industry
- First guidance in the industry on how to apply ISO-27001 and IEC-62443 for ships in operation and on-shore liaison

Ponente

Knut Svein Ording

Head of Section Offshore Class Approval

Patrick Rossi

Senior Cybersecurity Product Manager & ISDS Approval Engineer

Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Ponente

Eirik Nyhus

Director International Regulatory Affairs

FPM: the key problems with vessel performance data and how to overcome them

Proper fleet performance management produces significant cost savings, but it all depends on the data that is used. Is autologging data better? What baselines should be used? How can you avoid double entry for owner and operator? This session will address and answer these questions.

Ponente

Torsten Büssow

Head of Fleet Performance Management

LNG as ship fuel: the PERFECt ship

GTT, CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and DNV GL recently released a technical and feasibility study for a new mega box ship: the Piston Engine Room Free Efficient Container Ship – the PERFECt ship. The concept vessel is LNG-fuelled, powered by a combined gas and steam turbine, and is electrically driven. In a next step, the project partners intend to work on the optimization of the power supply system and of the overall ship design.

Ponente

Gerd-Michael Würsig

Business Director LNGFuelled Ships

Day 2

Wednesday, 7 September - East entrance

 

Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Ponente

Eirik Nyhus

Director International Regulatory Affairs

The container ship market – sector review and outlook

Where is the container ship market heading in light of declining container shipping freight rates? This presentation discusses some relevant technical and commercial aspects.

Ponente

Jan-Olaf Probst

Head of Business Development

Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Ponente

Christian Cabos

Head of Department Information Management Technologies

FPM: the impact of hull degradation and how to measure it

Hull degradation has a significant impact on vessel performance, but is often not paid enough  attention to. Today hull degradation can be computed; there is no need for visual inspections or divers. This sessions explains how DNV GL does this and what impact uncertainties have on the results.

Ponente

Thilo Dückert

Product Manager Fleet Performance Management

Most modern ship safety management – Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Ponente

Christoph Peickert

Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)

From good to great – enhancing ship management and operation

Ship managers are facing significant pressure in today’s market with low charter rates and intense competition to reduce cost while preserving quality. The conflicting goals of low cost and high quality need to be addressed in ship management contracts to ensure that clear expectations are set and that delivering high quality is recognized. The presentation will go through selected elements which can contribute to improved performance and transparency, providing insight in Port State Control management, procurement and dry-docking management.

Ponente

Jarle Blomhoff

Business Development Leader Advisory Germany

Managing cyber risk in shipping

DNV GL is launching a recommended practice, e-learning and self-assessment app to help the maritime industry address and improve cybersecurity resilience on board ships and mobile offshore units for systems, crew, vessels and the onshore digital liaisons for both IT and OT (operational technology such as SCADA, PLCs, sensors)
- First hands-on guidance on how to assess cybersecurity risks in maritime industry
- First guidance in the industry on how to apply ISO-27001 and IEC-62443 for ships in operation and on-shore liaison

Ponente

Knut Svein Ording

Head of Section Offshore Class Approval

Patrick Rossi

Senior Cybersecurity Product Manager & ISDS Approval Engineer

WISTA Germany – “Personality of the Year” award ceremony

DNV GL is delighted to welcome WISTA to the DNV GL Forum to present the award at this year’s SMM trade fair. The “Personality of the Year” award recognizes a female personality for special achievements in terms of her career and commitment in the maritime industry. To join us at the award presentation, please register here: www.dnvgl.com/wista

Day 3

Thursday, 8 September - East entrance

 

Unmanned ships – seriously? On the way to unmanned ships

The presentation looks at technical progress and open issues for highly autonomous or unmanned shipping. It is intended to promote information and discussion on this controversial issue.

Ponente

Volker Bertram

Project Manager Eng. Services NB Technology, Knowledge & Governance

Øystein Engelhardtsen

Senior Researcher, Maritime Transport

LNG as ship fuel: the PERFECt ship

GTT, CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and DNV GL recently released a technical and feasibility study for a new mega box ship: the Piston Engine Room Free Efficient Container Ship – the PERFECt ship. The concept vessel is LNG-fuelled, powered by a combined gas and steam turbine, and is electrically driven. In a next step, the project partners intend to work on the optimization of the power supply system and of the overall ship design.

Ponente

Gerd-Michael Würsig

Business Director LNGFuelled Ships

Most modern ship safety management – Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Ponente

Christoph Peickert

Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)

Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

Ponente

Eirik Nyhus

Director International Regulatory Affairs

FPM: upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

Ponente

Torsten Büssow

Head of Fleet Performance Management

Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Ponente

Christian Cabos

Head of Department Information Management Technologies

From good to great – enhancing ship management and operation

Ship managers are facing significant pressure in today’s market with low charter rates and intense competition to reduce cost while preserving quality. The conflicting goals of low cost and high quality need to be addressed in ship management contracts to ensure that clear expectations are set and that delivering high quality is recognized. The presentation will go through selected elements which can contribute to improved performance and transparency, providing insight in Port State Control management, procurement and dry-docking management.

Ponente

Jarle Blomhoff

Business Development Leader Advisory Germany

Green Coastal Shipping Programme

Through the Green Coastal Shipping Programme, Norway has established a joint programme between government and industry to create the world’s most effective and environmentally friendly fleet of coastal vessels. The programme aims to revolutionize the way coastal shipping operates, converting fleets to run partly or entirely on batteries, liquefied natural gas (LNG) or other green fuels.

Ponente

Narve Mjøs

Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory

Day 4

Friday, 9 September - East entrance

 

Most modern ship safety management – Emergency Response Services

How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

Ponente

Christoph Peickert

Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)

FPM: upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

Ponente

Torsten Büssow

Head of Fleet Performance Management

Batteries – the next big thing?

Recent developments in battery technology and ship electrification hold significant promise for more efficient use of energy, energy recovery and use of renewables. All electric ships and hybrid ships with energy storage in large batteries with optimized power control can significantly reduce fuel costs, maintenance and emissions. Additionally, increased ship responsiveness and improved regularity and safety in critical situations are achieved:

Ponente

Narve Mjøs

Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory

Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

Ponente

Christian Cabos

Head of Department Information Management Technologies