TBA, London, UK

Geo Maritime Conference - Bringing together Defence, Government and Commercial stakeholders to discuss Hydrography, Meteorology and Oceanography

8 Benefits to Attending Geo Maritime 2013:

  1. Get to the bottom of the latest standards and directives that impact your maritime surveillance – while submitting feedback on areas open for consultation
  2. Hear about the latest data collection and management technologies that you can leverage to achieve your core objectives
  3. Benchmark with geospatial maritime stakeholders to assess your priorities and focus for 2013
  4. Learn from the latest Geospatial initiatives across the UK MoD in achieving interoperability
  5. Recognise how Geospatial information is a key enabler to effective decision support in maritime surveillance operations
  6. Network with your industry peers to uncover opportunities for “gather once use many times
  7. Evaluate Maritime Command and Control Information Systems (MC2IS) and Project Triton Geospatial Opportunities
  8. Determine how you can work towards achieving standardisation and interoperability in a digital era
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About Geo Maritime 2013:

Geo Maritime 2013 is Europe’s only conference where industry, defence, government and commercial organisations will gather to exploit the benefits of maritime geospatial information and current issues facing the maritime surveillance sector.

Maritime safety and security are paramount and effective information sharing is the key enabler in achieving this. The maritime environment is a complex domain involving many stakeholders including you. As you experience the onset of international, regional and national standards coupled with the evolving threats to maritime surveillance you are faced with some difficult decisions on how to better exploit geospatial information opportunities amidst shrinking budgets.

Geo Maritime 2013 will provide you with the opportunity to effectively navigate these difficult decisions to achieve systems and data interoperability and maximum return. Recognising the complexities and multiple uses of geospatial information in the maritime domain, the Geo Maritime agenda has been designed by your industry counterparts to ensure that only the most valuable topics are addressed.

Topics to be discussed will include:

  • Reinforcing international collaboration within maritime surveillance - strategies and best practices
  • Industry standards, S-100, E-NAV, INSPIRE – what will the standards mean for you and how can you prepare for them?
  • Metadata requirements and implementation
  • Reconfirming geospatial information as a force multiplier in current and future operations
  • Achieving convergence of land and sea data
  • Achieving greater efficiency in data acquisition
  • Technology showcase – review the latest geospatial technologies
  • The latest operational and tactical lessons learned in geospatial information, surveillance and imagery and business coaching
  • Effective information management to deliver real time accurate maritime geospatial information
  • Geospatial intelligence in the support of national and maritime security

Guy Thomas, Science & Technology Advisor to the US Coastguard:




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Created by the Maritime Industry for the Maritime Industry

During the last 12 months, the Geo Maritime team has conducted thorough research with the hydrography, bathymetry and maritime surveillance communities. We enlisted the services of some of the leading players in the community to help us make sure that we are delivering the conference to meet the needs of the maritime surveillance community.

Geo Maritime 2012 has been designed through feedback from our esteemed industry advisory board, which has made sure that only the current, most challenging and pressing issues in the data management community are tackled. Our Advisory Board Members include:

We would like to thank our 2012 Advisory Board & Speakers including:

  • barrie_greenslade

    William Cairns Chairman e-NAV Committee IALA

  • Roger Longhorn

    Andre Cocuccio Head of Hydrography Maritime and Coastguard Agency

  • Captain Steven Malcolm

    Captain Steven Malcolm   UKHO

  • Steven Ramage

    John Pepper Independent ConsultantJohn Pepper Consultancy

  • Commodore Pat Tyrrell

    Commodore Pat Tyrrell OBE MA LL.B Royal Navy (Retired) Director Vale Atlantic Associates DirectorAFCEA

  • Captain Vaughan Nail

    Captain Vaughan Nail Hydrographer of the Navy Royal Navy

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  • barrie_greenslade

    Captain Martin Jones Head Joint Geospatial Intelligence Branch UK MoD

  • Roger Longhorn

    Captain Robert Ward Director IHO - International Hydrographic Organization

  • Evert Flier

    Evert Flier Director Norwegian Hydrographic Service

  • Steven Ramage

    Ray Boguslawski UK Location Programme Director DEFRA

  • Andre Cocuccio

    Andre Cocuccio Head of Hydrography Maritime and Coastguard Agency

  • Lieutenant Commander Chris Parry

    Lieutenant Commander Chris Parry MBE MA Staff Officer Defence Maritime Geospatial Centre

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