The Commission is considering proposals to be made in 2011 to deploy e-Maritime systems for the benefit of the European maritime transport. The aim of the EU e Maritime initiative is to improve the competitiveness of the European maritime sector by facilitating the use of advanced information technologies for working and doing business. Challenges in terms of economic, technical, organisational and legal considerations will be discussed by key actors.
P R O G R A M M E
Friday 21, 09:00-10:45
Room: Laboratorio de Sonido (Art Centre)
CHAIR: John Erik Hagen, Regional Director Norwegian Coastal Administration/Chairman of the IMO Correspondence Group on e-Navigation
Christos Pipitsoulis, European Commission, Directorate General Mobility and Transport, European Commission: Objectives and potential of the e-Maritime initiative
José Garcia de la Guía, Port of Valencia: "Valencia Port Community System development strategy and practice"
Maria Lambrou, University of the Aegean: Next generation e-maritime Service Provision Models
Dimitris Theodossiou, Managing Director, Danaos Management Consultants S.A: e-Rules - modelling and potential delivery of rules in electronic format to support automated compliance management