English seminars or seminars with English interpretation

No. Date Time Seminar Title Register
S-01 10 April (Wed.) 10:15
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
S-02 10 April (Wed.) 13:30
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)
S-10 10 April (Wed.) 16:00
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
S-23 11 April (Thu.) 15:50
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
S-27-a 12 April (Fri.) 10:30
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
S-35 12 April (Fri.) 13:00
Carbon Neutral Port (CNP) Seminar organised by THE JAPAN MARITIME DAYLY 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      Panelist: 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 moderator: Yohei Misaki, Deputy Editor in Chief, Editorial Division, Japan Maritime Daily ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   ▶ 15:55 - 16:30 ※Networking will be held after the seminar
S-32 12 April (Fri.) 13:00
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
S-27-b 12 April (Fri.) 13:30
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
Private Seminar
S-28 12 April (Fri.) 10:30
organised by Inmarsat Maritime East Hall 3 (Event Stage)  Unlocking the Business Value of Maritime Digitalisation
▶10:30 - 11:35  Panel discussion Moderator:  Naotaka Ishizawa: President, NYK Digital Academy General Manager, Innovation Promotion Group, NYK Line Panelists: Capt. Naoki Saito: General Manager and Head of Cyber Security, Management Systems and Maritime Training Certification Department, Business Assurance Division, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, ClassNK Yasuhiro Matsushima: Team Leader, Business Development Team of Ship Dept. Mitsubishi Corporation Keitaro (Kei) Watanabe: Section Manager, Business Strategy Department,  IINO KAIUN KAISHA, LTD. (IINO LINES) Laurie Eve: Chief of Staff, Inmarsat Maritime     ▶11:35 - 12:30  Lunch
S-30 12 April (Fri.) 15:30
Organised by ABB East Hall 3 (Event Stage) Navigating towards a decarbonized and digitalized future: Savings every mile and minute
Introducing ABB Marine  AlfKare Adnanes, Regional Division Manager, Marine & Ports, AMEA, Marine & Ports, ABB (Eng/Jap)   Case: Short distance and coastal Delivered solutions for ship owners in Japan Munekazu Tanikawa (in Japanese)   Case: Offshore ships for the green energy transition Arthur Solvag (Eng/Jap)   A leap in efficiency High efficiency propulsors and thrusters Andrei Korsstorm (Eng/Jap)   Closing remarks Alf Kare Adnanes (Eng/Jap)