Seminar list(2024)
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April 10(Wed.)
April 10(Wed.)
Simultaneous interpretation

International Maritime Seminar

Organised by Sea Japan 2024 Japan Maritime Cluster Committee

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)


▶10:15 - 10:45

Opening Ceremony


▶10:45 - 11:35

Maritime singapore decarbonisation – shipowners perspective

Caroline Yang, President, Singapore Shipping Association


Ms. Caroline Yang President will give us about the status of bunkering demonstrations using various fuels being conducted in Singapore, which is actively promoting decarbonization, and the future vision of ships that Singaporean shipowners are aiming for.


▶11:35 - 12:25

China shipbuilding industries current new fuel development situation, record and forecast

Li YanQing, Secretary General, China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry

World shipbuilding industry is developing towards decarbonization, and the use of low-carbon or environmentally friendly fuels is one of the important means to achieve the decarbonization of shipbuilding industry. At present, China has developed the prototype of an industrial system of low-carbon and environmentally friendly marine fuels such as methanol and liquid hydrogen, with certain service capacity. In 2023, China newbuilding contracts accounted for over 60% of the global share, providing a large number of application scenarios for ship new fuel technology and equipment. Strengthening cooperation between China and Japan in this field will benefit the development of both industries.


April 10(Wed.)
Simultaneous interpretation

Special Seminar

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)

JAMSTEC's mission for marine and earth science and technology

Hiroyuki Yamato, President, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

The ocean is a place for the creation of science and the application of technology, such as the environment, living things and life, energy and mineral resources, earthquakes and volcanoes, and various material cycles, digital twin, etc, and is the foundation of our country’s existence. In this presentation, I will present JAMSTEC's recent efforts in the Arctic region, earthquake disaster prevention research, and the analysis of the causes and development of mineral resources.


April 10(Wed.)

ESG Seminar 

Japanese only

Organised by RightShip

East Hall 3 (Event Stage)

To protecting crew and vessels, what we can do for zero harm

Yu Yamada, Assistant Director, Commercial Team, RightShip

For Crew Crew Welfare Self-Assessment shows industry standards and best practices. The best way to protect crews is - for Manning, Shipowners and Management companies to work together and cooperation. For Zero Harm Perspective of “How safety” instead of “Eliminate substandard” – Now, Quantitative evaluation of safety is visualized, and the maritime industry is using it to strive for zero harm.


April 10(Wed.)

ClassNK Seminar①

Japanese only

Organised by ClassNK

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Outlook on maritime "GX" - ClassNK Transition Support Services-

"ClassNK Transition Support Services"

Hiroki Kishimoto, Green Transformation Center, ClassNK


“Operation support for alternative fuel ships”

Naoki Saito, General Manager, Management Systems and Maritime Training Certification Department, ClassNK


Fuel certification and certification of GHG reduction with alternative fuels

Kenichiro Yamamoto, Manager, Green Certification Department, ClassNK

ClassNK has been providing “ClassNK Transition Support Services”, a comprehensive menu of services to support customers’ initiatives related to the transition for the decarbonization. Along with the service introduction, this seminar features ClassNK’s support for the operation of alternative fuels and relevant training requirements.


April 10(Wed.)

Clean Energy Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Challenge of MOL for the construction of hydrogen supply chain 

Makoto Yamaguchi, Executive Officer, Chief Technical Officer, Deputy Director General, Headquarters of Technological & Digital Transformation, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

MOL has cultivated knowledge about international shipping business for 140 years. We are aiming to construct a foothold of hydrogen supply chain throughout the world, which means producing and storage of green hydrogen and carriage by zero-emission vessels. 


April 10(Wed.)
Consecutive interpretation

Blue Economy Seminar

organised by TMA BlueTech

East Hall 3 (Seminar room3)

How U.S. cutting-edge marine technologies contribute to a sustainable Blue Economy


Matt Classen, Executive Director, TMA BlueTech

Lina Scott, International Trade Specialist, Office of Energy & Environmental Industries, U.S Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration

This session will provide SEA Japan attendees with an overview of the U.S. BlueTech market and introduce 8 innovative U.S. companies exhibiting at SEA Japan. TMABlueTech, a San Diego based non-profit blue cluster association, will provide an overview of the U.S. blue-tech market featuring U.S. marine-tech companies’ cutting-edge technology and products. The U.S. Department of Commerce will share findings from NOAA’s Ocean Enterprise report and explain how the U.S. Commercial Service facilitates business connections between U.S. and Japanese companies. The seminar will be conducted in English with a consecutive interpretation.


April 10(Wed.)

The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE) Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE)

East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)


▶14:30 - 15:00

Activities and future development by JASNAOE

Kunifumi Hashimoto, President, The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE)


Since its foundation 127 years ago, the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers (JASNAOE) has been active as an academic organization with a clear objective to meet the demands of the times. In this presentation, the following topics will be outlined. 1) Introduction to JASNAOE, 2) Current major issues and activities, 3) Future plans for activities.


▶15:00 - 15:30

How AIS and other maritime big data can be used in the logistics, shipping, and ship-building fields?

Ryuichi  Shibasaki, Associate Professor, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo


First, our activity of “the strategy research committee on the usage of AIS and other vessel movement big data in the logistics, shipping, and ship-building fields” in JASNAOE is introduced. Then, several representative research results on AIS data and its combination with other related data such as trade statistics, satellite images, and shipping market data in the logistics, shipping, and ship-building fields are introduced.


▶15:30 - 16:00

SPEEDS (Smart Platform of Enhanced Engineering Data for Shipping and Shipbuilding) to realize the innovative use of ship 3D data

Kunihiro Hamada, Professor, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Hiroshima University


Japan society of naval architects and ocean engineers set the project research committee and has examined the information platform named SPEEDS (Smart Platform of Enhanced Engineering Data for Shipping and Shipbuilding). SPEEDS aims to realize the sharing and exchange of various information on ships among the all maritime industries including shipyards, classification society, ship owner, operator and the marine equipment manufacturers. In this lecture, overview of SPEEDS is discussed with some examples intended for use cases in ship lifecycle.


▶16:00 - 16:30

Faced problem and research of outfitting design for LNG fuel vessel

Yasutaka Maruta, Manager, Design department, Oshima Shipbuilding

The demand for LNG fueled vessels is increasing due to the rising environmental concerns. However, there are a few shipyards in Japan that have specific design of LNG fuel tank arrangement and piping design for the LNG fueled ships. As part of this time's activity, we have conducted various investigations and clearly identified the technical considerations and problems associated with the design of LNG-fueled vessels.


April 11(Thu.)
April 11(Thu.)

Satellite VDES Consortium Seminar

Ocean and space linkages

Japanese only

Organised by Satellite VDES Consortium

Supported by Ocean Policy Research Institute (OPRI) of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)


▶ 10:30 - 10:35

Facilitator self-introduction

Tetsuya Muroyama, President, The Japanese Association of Science and Technology Journalists/ Director, The Young Astronauts Club-Japan/ Former chief commentator, NHK

Greeting from the organiser Satellite VDES Consortium

Representative secretary: Akira Shisa, IHI


〈Part 1〉Ocean and space linkages

▶ 10:35 - 10:45

Ocean x Space / Satellite Application for Maritime (Observation, Positioning) 

Junichiro Ishizawa, Manager, Space Technology Directorate I Satellite Applications and Operations Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)


The ocean is closely related to our daily lives, such as fisheries and shipping. Since it is far from land and covers a wide area, there are restrictions on the means of observation and communication, and the use of artificial satellites is useful. This article introduces ocean observation and positioning using artificial satellites, focusing on JAXA satellites. 


▶ 10:45 - 10:55

Sea and Space Social implementation of smart water industry using satellites

Yosuke Mizukami, President, OCEAN SOLUTION TECHNOLOGY


We will automatically acquire fishing operation data using satellite data (sea condition information/location information) and create marine big data using AI technology, creating a society where operational data creates value. We would like to talk about our company's efforts to achieve sustainable use of marine resources and turn the fishing industry into a growth industry.


▶ 10:55 - 11:05

Unveiling new insights through AIS and satellite data fusion and Japan's leap into VDES constellation development

Takashi Ogai, Manager, Aero Engine, Space & Defense Business Area Space Systems Business Preparation Office Project Group, IHI


The AIS installed on commercial vessels and capable of grasping global maritime trends, enables to provide new insights through fusion with remote sensing satellites. The next-generation AIS, called VDES, features a robust two-way communication using the VHF band, uniquely covering both terrestrial and satellite systems, and efforts towards its realization have begun. We will introduce these initiatives.


▶ 11:05 - 11:15

Enabling maritime digitization with nano satellites

Tomoaki Yasuda, Executive Officer, Corporate Planning Department, ArkEdge Space


VDES has been attracting attention from the perspective of advancing maritime communication and enhancing understanding of maritime situations. The satellite VDES, which combines nano satellite constellations for expansion, enables the global ocean objects monitoring and tracking. In this presentation, our activities toward promoting maritime digitization through the utilization of nano satellites, including the construction of the satellite VDES constellation, will be introduced.


▶ 11:15 - 11:25

Break Time


〈Part 2〉VDES (next generation AIS) and satellite VDES applications

▶ 11:25 - 11:35

VDES solutions demonstration project

Koichi Kato, Executive Managing Director, Japan Ship Technology Research Association


VDES, the next-generation AIS, has added to the functions of original AIS with enhanced data communication functions including the use of satellites, making it a new communication system capable of covering the entire globe. The Sasakawa Peace Foundation's ``VDES Solutions Demonstration Project'' was launched to show the innovative solutions through field tests using satellites and accelerate their social implementation.


▶ 11:35 - 11:45

Ocean and space linkages: Overseas satellite VDES development plans and international alliances

Lars Moltsen, Founder / CEO, Main Office, Sternula


The global roll-out of VDES demands strong international collaboration. Sternula is working on many initiatives for international collaboration. This includes technical aspects such as network sharing and organizational aspects such as the new "VDES Alliance".


▶ 11:45 - 11:55

Expectations for the satellite VDES...Expanding the convenience of digital communication at sea

Yoshikazu Kawagoe, President and CEO, MOL Techno-Trade


Several satellite high-speed communication services are already available in the sea. Among them, Satellite VDES will bring about a new revolution in ships' safe and efficient operation by combining a highly reliable next-generation AIS with a data exchange system. I will talk about the expected expansion of the convenience of maritime digital information and communication expected from satellite VDES from the shipping industry's perspective as a system user. 


▶ 11:55 - 12:05

New developments with VDES (application to a surface water drone)

Tsuyoshi Ode, Professor, Academic Research Institute, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology


While the popularity of waterborne drones continues to grow, there is a need for remote control of waterborne drones over even greater distances. We will introduce the development status of remote control of waterborne drones using the VHF band at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology and future developments using VDES.


▶ 12:05 - 12:15

Digitalisation of ship/port information and communications.

Koichi Nishimura, CTO / Adviser, TST


The digitalisation of maritime communications has already led to the introduction of digital and internet technologies in many shipboard communications. Within the next decade, a variety of digital radio communication systems will be in use. This presentation will introduce the digitalisation of ship and port information and communications with the next generation of AIS (VDES), which will be introduced in the next SOLAS amendments.


▶ 12:15 - 12:20

Closing address

The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Ocean Policy Research Institute


April 11(Thu.)


Approach to problem solutions of the coastal shipping in Japan

Japanese only

Organised by Kaiji Press

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)


▶13:30 - 14:00

Creating the future of transport―Autonomous vessel projects around the world―

Hideki Suzuki, President, MTI


▶14:00 - 14:30

Challenges for the coastal shipping industry and KAWASAKI KINKAI KISEN KAISHA's initiatives

Yutaka Kuge, President, KAWASAKI KINKAI KISEN


▶14:30 - 15:00

Coastal Shipping for the future

Hiroshi Kobayashi, President, MOL Coastal Shipping


April 11(Thu.)

Women's Panel Discussion

Japanese only

East Hall 3 (Event Stage) 

Future workstyle revolution & female career development in the maritime industry.



Kumiko Yamaguchi, Marketing / Operation Manager, Roxtec Japan

Masayo Wakamori, Surveyor, Lloyd’s Register

Kana Dohi, Technical Consultant, NAPA Shipping Solutions, NAPA Japan

Yoshiko Sato, Ph.D., Group Leader,Marketing Section, Social and Disaster Management Dept., Japan Weather Association

Yuko Sudo, Director General Manager, Marketing Division, Kaiji Press


Maki Yoshida, Managing Director, Star Marine Public Relations

The next era of 'work style reform' in the maritime industry. How should the career development of women in Japan be promoted across all fields in the future, in line with the rapid progress in Europe and the USA after Corona? Leading representatives from the shipping, shipbuilding and marine industries will introduce their companies' cutting-edge initiatives and discuss the future.


April 11(Thu.)

National Maritime Research Institute Seminar

Japanese only 

organised by National Maritime Research Institute

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)


▶10:30 - 11:00

Automated Navigation, Digitalization, and Working Load Saving Technologies in Marine Field

Koichi Hirata, Senior Director for Research, National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology


The shortage of seafarers is an important problem in domestic shipping. For reducing the working load of the seafarers, some technologies such as automated navigation and digitalization are discussed. In this lecture, some technologies for reducing the working load are presented.


▶11:00 - 11:30

SDGs Action by Ships in Actual Seas -OCTARVIA / AdAM-

Masaru Tsujimoto, Distinguished Reseacher, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology


To response the demand for green innovation, Maritime Cluster joint research: OCTARVIA has developed a "scale" which evaluates ship performance in the actual seas over the lifecycle. Future innovations based on this technology and a new periodic air lubrication system "AdAM" to reduce GHG emissions are explained.


▶11:30 - 12:00

R&D on Floating Offshore Wind Turbines in National Maritime Research Institute

Toshiki Chujo, Project Leader, Offshore Wind Turbine Project Team, National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology


Floating offshore wind turbines are expected as a trump card for renewable energy. This presentation will provide an overview of the research and development being conducted in National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI) and its results, as well as other research and development in the field of offshore development, with the aim of commercializing and industrializing floating offshore wind power generation.


▶12:00 - 12:30

Unmanned Ocean Vehicle Systems for Advanced Ocean Exploration

Kangsoo Kim, Project Leader, Next-Generation Unmanned Ocean Vehicle Project Team, National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

This presentation offers an insightful overview of our ongoing research and development with a particular emphasis on the simultaneous operation of multiple AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles). It will spotlight the dedicated endeavors of the National Maritime Research Institute in realizing advanced ocean exploration through the utilization of unmanned ocean vehicle systems.


April 11(Thu.)

The Japan Shipping Exchange Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by The Japan Shipping Exchange

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Current development status and prospects for practical use of MASS

Etsuro Shimizu, Professor, Dept. of marineElec. and Mech. Engineering, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

In recent years, research and development for the practical use of MASS has been actively carried out around the world. This presentation introduces the current development status of the various technologies used in MASS and the legal and regulatory issues that are essential for their implementation in society. The speaker will also present the future challenges for practical implementation of MASS.


April 11(Thu.)

Clean Energy Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Navigating a green transition within the maritime industry

Tsutomu Yokoyama, Executive Officer, Energy Division, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha

Amid domestic and international trends toward decarbonization by 2050 within the maritime industry, next-generation fuels are getting more attention. This presentation examines the future strategy by Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line), specifically its LNG-fuel businesses (bunkering, etc.) and its ammonia-fuel initiatives (value chain construction, ammonia-fueled vessel development, etc.).


April 11(Thu.)
Consecutive interpretation

Panama Maritime Authority Seminar

Organised by Panama Maritime Authority

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Why choose Panama, advantage of Panama ship registry

Rafael Cigarruista, General Director, General Directorate of Merchant Marine, Panama Maritime Authority

Panama has led the maritime industry since 1993 with highest standard of safety and security. Panama has signed agreements for cooperation with the most important maritime countries, regarding port operations, exchange information, and seafarer matters and also participated actively as a member of several PSC MOUs and fishing committees.


April 11(Thu.)

Promotion and Research Institute for Ocean Economics

Mini symposium: Exploring a way for floating offshore wind power and fisheries to coexist in Japan.

Japanese only

Organised by Promotion and Research Institute for Ocean Economics

East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)


▶ 10:30 - 11:00

Keynote Seminar

Shigeto Hase, Director, Tokyo Fisheries Promotion Foundation (former Director-General of the Fisheries Agency) 


▶ 11:00 - 12:00

Panel discussion

〔Facilitator〕Yasushi Shiobara as convenor, Director research division, Director secretariat, Research division, Promotion and Research Institute for Ocean Economics

The installation of floating offshore wind power is essential for Japan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. A mini symposium will be held on the theme of how floating offshore wind power can coexist with fisheries, who are the first users of sea. The keynote speech will be given by Mr. Shigeto Hase, former Director-General of the Fisheries Agency. Additionally, a panel discussion will be held with invited experts.


April 11(Thu.)

Marine Open Innovation Institute Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by Marine Open Innovation Institute

East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)

Pioneering oceanic digital transformation initiatives with suruga bay as a testing ground

Masahiro Hashimoto,Ph.D., Board Member, General Producer, Marine Open Innovation Institute

In Shizuoka Prefecture, we are actively engaging in the ‘Marine Open Innovation Project’ to promote the Blue Economy, sustainable marine industries. Using Suruga Bay as a testbed, our initiative aims to foster innovation across diverse ocean industries, encompassing fisheries, aquaculture, maritime transport, ocean visualization and beyond. Our goal is to establish an international hub for marine-related industries, and we present an overview of these efforts.


April 11(Thu.)

Engineering Advancement Association of Japan Seminar

Developing human resources for the next generation of offshore wind

Japanese only

Organised by Engineering Advancement Association of Japan

East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)


Facilitator: Mitsuhiro Kawamura, Director, Ocean Development Office, Technical Development Dept., Engineering Advancement Association of Japan

▶15:10 - 15:50

Prospect on Global Offshore Wind and Japan

Yoichi Oda, Coordinator, Organization for Marine Science and Technology, Nagasaki University


As the climate change crisis approaches, the capacities of offshore wind are accelerating around the world, but Japan is lagging behind not only Europe and the United States but also Asian countries. The Speaker will explain the challenges and measures Japan needs to take advantage of Asia's largest offshore wind potential and fully expand offshore wind as a core power source.


▶15:50 - 16:20

Efforts towards the establishment of a new educational framework for graduate students "Industry-Academia Consortium for Higher Education Program on Offshore Wind"

Takaaki Morita, Executive Adviser to the Director, Office for Research Initiatives and Development, Nagasaki University


Nagasaki University, Akita University, Akita Prefectural University, University of Kitakyushu, and Chiba University, along with multiple power generation companies, have formed a consortium to advance university education that integrates industry and academia. Collaborating with Engineering Advancement Association of Japan associations and others, they are actively engaged in curriculum development. We look forward to the active involvement of members from the industrial sector in the development of the educational framework.


▶16:20 - 16:40

Initiatives in human resources development at Nagasaki ocean academy

Toshiya Nakano, Head, Nagasaki Ocean Academy, NPO Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion Association

In October 2020, with the support of The Nippon Foundation, Nagasaki Ocean Academy (NOA) was established. NOA provides educational programs for professionals in the field of offshore wind power generation, a sector within marine renewable energy with anticipated expansion. In October 2024, NOA TRAINING, a facility dedicated to safety and skills training, is set to commence operations.


April 12(Fri.)
April 12(Fri.)
Simultaneous interpretation

Ships and Marine Technology Seminar 

Organised by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,  Transport and Tourism/ClassNK/Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association 

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)

〈Part 1〉


▶ 10:30 - 10:35

Opening address

Shin Imai, Deputy Director-General for Engineering Affairs, Maritime Bureau, Ministry of Land Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism


▶ 10:35 - 10:50

Japan’s initiatives toward Green Transformation of Ships

Takashi Kawai, Director of Ocean Development and Environment Policy Division, Maritime Bureau, Ministry of Land Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism


▶ 10:50 - 11:05

The Nippon Foundation Zero Emission Ship Project

Mitsuyuki Unno, Executive Director, The Nippon Foundation


▶ 11:05 - 11:20

Development of marine hydrogen fueled engines and supply system (Green Innovation Fund Projects) 


Masanori Higashida, Deputy Senior Manager, Reciprocating Engine Technical Department, Energy Solution Business Division, Energy Solution & Marine Engineering Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries


Koji Edo, General Manager, Hydrogen Fueled Engine Development Office and Development & Design Department, Japan Engine Corporation


Shunji Hamaoka, Divisional Manager, Advanced Engineering Division Development Division, Large Power Products Business, Yanmar Power Technology


▶ 11:20 - 11:35

Development of vessels equipped with domestically produced ammonia-fueled engine (Green Innovation Fund Projects)

Atsuhiko Kurosawa, Executive Officer, Energy Division, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha


▶ 11:35 - 11:50

Ammonia fuel ship “Integrated Project” with fuel supply chain (Green Innovation Fund Projects)

Takeo Akamatsu, General Manager, Green Innovation Business Unit, ITOCHU


▶ 11:50 - 12:05

Development of methane slip reduction technology from LNG fueled vessels by improving catalysts and engines (Green Innovation Found Projects)


Kazuaki Orino, Divisional Manager, Testing Division, Development Division, Large Power Products Business, Yanmar Power Technology


Susumu Hikazudani, General Manager, Decarbonization Catalyst Business Promotion Department, Decarbonization Systems Business Unit, Carbon Neutral Solution Business Headquarters, Hitachi Zosen 


▶ 12:05 - 12:20

ClassNK's initiatives in safety assessment and standards development for social implementation of next-generation ships

Tomoya Matsumoto, Manager, Technical Solution Department, ClassNK


▶ 12:20 - 13:30

Lunch time


April 12(Fri.)
Simultaneous interpretation

Ships and Marine Technology Seminar 

Organised by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,  Transport and Tourism, ClassNK, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association 

East Hall 3 (Conference Room)

〈Part 2〉


▶ 13:30 - 13:55

Together pioneering the future of shipping : introduction of Smart Ship Application Platform

Shintaro Miyoshi, Autonomous Maneuvering Gr. Manager, Business Development Dept., Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding


▶ 13:55 - 14:10

Installation of safe and secure communication network : Introduction of ISO 16425

Takashi Yamada, Chief Expert, TOKYO DATA LAB, BEMAC


▶ 14:10 - 14:25

Data standard for onboard IoT data utilization: Introduction of ISO 19848

Mineyuki Morimoto, Manager, Development and Design Section, Development and Design Dapartment, System Division, TERASAKI ELECTRIC


▶ 14:25 - 14:40

Shipboard data servers for sharing field data at sea: Introduction of ISO 19847

Toshiyuki Kita, Senior Manager, System Development Department, Digital System Development Division, BENIC SOLUTION


▶ 14:40 - 14:55

General requirements for the asynchronous time-insensitive ship-shore data transmission

Jin Hashimoto, Manager, Marine & Logistics IoT Team, Marine & Logistics Technology Group, MTI


▶ 14:55 - 15:15

ISO usage example at ShipDC

Yasuhiro Ikeda, Representative Director and President, Ship Data Center


April 12(Fri.)
Simultaneous interpretation

Lloyd's List Seminar

Organised by Lloyd’s List Intelligence

East Hall 3 (Seminar Room3)

Dark Fleet explained: Impacts, Compliance Dangers, and the Road Ahead

Cichen Shen, APAC Editor, Lloyd’s List Intelligence

How have sanctions on Russia spawned a massive dark fleet? What methods are these ships and the companies behind them using to circumvent regulatory oversight? What potential compliance risks could they pose to shipping firms? How might this dark fleet evolve in the future?


April 12(Fri.)

ClassNK Seminar

Japanese only

Organised by ClassNK

East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)

Outline of Guidelines to Marine Warranty Survey for Construction of Offshore Wind Farm

Sohsei Kawaguchi, Associate Manager, Renewable Energy Dept., ClassNK

This seminar will provide an overview of the Marine Warranty Survey (MWS), which is used to take out constructor's all risks insurance coverage for offshore wind farms, and explain the main points of the "Guidelines to Marine Warranty Survey for Construction of Offshore Wind Farm" released by ClassNK last May in light of the domestic working vessel situation.


April 12(Fri.)
Simultaneous interpretation

Carbon Neutral Port (CNP) Seminar


East Hall 1 (Seminar Room1)


▶ 13:00 - 13:30

Carbon Neutral Port (CNP) Initiative

Hironori Ito, Director of CNP Promotion Office, CNP Promotion Office, Ports and Harbors Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism


Under the government's goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, etc. in order to enhance the competitiveness of Japan’s industries and ports and to contribute to the realization of a decarbonized society, the MLIT is promoting the CNP initiative, which aims to upgrade port functions for decarbonization and to develop the environment for receiving hydrogen, ammonia, etc. At the seminar, we will introduce efforts toward establishment of CNPs and international cooperation on CNP.


▶ 13:30 - 14:00

Maritime Singapore’s decarbonisation efforts

Samuel Soo, Senior Director, Marine Services, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)


As the maritime industry seeks to decarbonise, ports and maritime centres will have a key role in supporting this transformation. Our ambitions for the sector must be supported by actions, and on its part, Singapore is actively pursuing decarbonisation through a range of initiatives and partnerships, including the recent establishment of the Singapore – Japan Green and Digital Shipping Corridor.


▶ 14:00 - 14:30

Break time


▶ 14:30 - 14:55

Efforts and prospects for decarbonization in the ports of Flanders (Belgium)

Dirk De Ruyver, Representative for Japan, Japan Office, Flanders Investment & Trade


Flanders, the northern region of Belgium, is host to several major European ports. The Port of Antwerp-Bruges boosts Europe’s largest chemical cluster and is handling the largest volume of vehicles in the world. North Sea Port is a major hub for steel production, and the Port of Ostend for the maritime industry. All these ports are redefining their role in the framework of decarbonization.


▶ 14:55 - 15:55

Panel discussion



Koichi Kitamura, Operating Officer, Ocean Network Express (Japan)

Satoru Miura, Senior Director of Port Promotion, Bureau of Port and Harbor, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

Ryunosuke Kanno, Technical Manager, Port & Harbor Dept., Pacific Consultants

Fumito Nishikawa, Manager, Business Development Division, Logistics Group, Mobility Business Dept., Zeroboard


Yohei Misaki, Deputy Editor in Chief, Editorial Division, Japan Maritime Daily



▶ 15:55 - 16:30

※Networking will be held after the seminar


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