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Special Seminar

Venue: Special Seminar Room, C zone (Imabari Computer College) 2F
October 7(Thu.)
Mr. Yuichi Hara
Mr. Hideyuki Ando
Mr. Akira Moritani

Smart Ship Application Platform Seminar
by Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association


A collaboration promoted by the Japanese maritime cluster to lead the world
The introduction of SSAP project activities

Mr. Yuichi Hara
General Manager, Autonomous Navigation Technology Development Department, Marine Electronic Products Division

The introduction of Japanese-born international standards ISO19847/ISO19848
~achievements made through SSAP project activities

Mr. Hideyuki Ando
Director, Maritime & Logistics Technology Division
MTI Co., Ltd.

Efforts of IoS-OP using the results of the Smart Ship Application Platform

Mr. Akira Moritani
Chief Marketing Officer, Business Promotion Department
Ship Data Center Co., Ltd.

To overcome challenges that could arise when shipboard data are used, the Smart Ship Applicaton Platform (SSAP) project, consisting of excellent human resources from the Japanese maritime cluster, has developed two ISO standards in partnership with overseas parters engaged in maritime affairs. Introduced at this presentation will be the efforts the SSAP project, which entered a fourth term in January 2021, is making to address such challenges and others.

This presentation will focus on ISO19847 (on-board data servers to share field data at sea) and ISO19848 (standard data for shipboard machinery and equipment). The JSMEA and the SSAP project have taken the initiative in the establishment of these international standards. Also discussed will be the impact of using the stanadards as well as  challenges expected to be tacled in the future.

Introduced in this presentation will be the efforts being made in respect to the IoS-OP. It has been developed to have ISO19847, ISO19848 and various other standard technologies used in business. ISO19847 and ISO19848 are both achievements the JSMEA and the SSAP project have made through a range of activities. Action being taken by the IoS-OP Consortium as well as recent data accumulations with and date use for ShipDC will also be studied.


Mr. Masao Yamasaki
Mr. Hiroyuki Watanabe
Mr. Norikazu Abe

ClassNK Seminar


Part.1 Industry initiatives in promoting GHG emissions reduction from international shipping

Mr. Masao Yamasaki,
Manager, Intelligence & Strategy Team, ClassNK

Mr. Hiroyuki Watanabe,
Senior Staff, Intelligence & Strategy Team, ClassNK

Part.2 Outline of EEXI regulation and preparation

Mr. Norikazu Abe,
Manager, Hull Department, ClassNK

Part.1 Industry initiatives in promoting GHG emissions reduction from international shipping
Private sector-led movements are becoming more active in reducing GHG emissions from international shipping. In this session, we will introduce "Poseidon Principles", which is a framework to promote decarbonization from the standpoint of financial institutions, and "Sea Cargo Charter", which is the same framework from shippers, and “Getting to Zero Coalition”, a corporate coalition aimed at introducing commercially viable zero-emission vessels by 2030.
Part.2 Outline of EEXI regulation and preparation
As part of IMO's strategy to reduce GHG emissions from international shipping, "EEXI regulation" is going to come into effect in 2023. This regulation applies the fuel efficiency performance indicators to existing ships in the same way as new ships (EEDI regulation). In this session, we will introduce the outline of the EEXI regulation, preparations necessary for compliance, and points of attention, etc.



​Japan Engine Corporation, New Technology for the Future


Japan Engine Corporation

J-ENG will introduce the latest products of UE engine, developed as the realization of the latest technical concept. Our presentation includes the advantages and technological feature of the latest engine development, for example, the development of new LSH/LSJ series engine and environmentally-friendly technologies for exhaust gas emission regulation and GHG reduction. These new products can be fully satisfied with market needs for economy and ecology in marine industry as new technology for the future.


Mr. Naoto Sogihara
Mr. Chikahisa Murakami

National Maritime Research Institute Seminar


①Research Activities towards Guarantee of Ship Performance in Actual Seas
Mr. Naoto Sogihara, Chief Researcher, Fluids Engineering & Hull Design
National Maritime Research Institute
National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

②Advanced Evaluation from Wave Loads to Structural Strength for Whole Ship Models with NMRI-DLSA.
Mr. Chikahisa Murakami, Head, Structural Strength Evaluation
National Maritime Research Institute
National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

①For further implementation of measures for protecting marine environment in shipping sectors, it is important to build high-performances ship and conduct an energy efficient operation. Additionally, a shipbuilding contract which guarantees ship performance in actual seas has begun. To address the situation, an evaluation method of the performance is necessary. This presentation outlines programs for evaluating the ship performance and introduces their applications to the evaluation.

②We have developed the direct load and structural analysis and evaluation system (NMRI-DLSA) which can be seamlessly performed on whole ship as a support tool for ship structural design. The DLSA-Basic is based on a linear theory consisting of a linear motion and wave load analysis, linear structural analysis, and linear statistical prediction method. The DLSA- Professional is based on a nonlinear motion and wave load analysis, and nonlinear structural analysis for ultimate strength.


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