Become more cost effective by using the latest developments in respect to Navigation, Communication and applicable Regulations for safe and efficient sailing.
10 DECEMBER 2019: SEMINAR RADIO HOLLAND BELGIUM
@ Havenhuis Antwerpen
Radio Holland Belgium has the privilege to invite you to our informative seminar in which we wish to provide you with insights in the near and further future of maritime electronics. Together with a number of strategic partners we will present the latest developments concerning Navigation and Communication equipment as well as the applicable upcoming changes in regulations which allow you to become more cost efficient. We have arranged for a varied program in which we will bring technical developments as well as functionalities to the forefront.
We hope we can welcome you on Tuesday, December 10th 2019.
09:30 Welcome and introduction (Paul Smulders, CCO Radio Holland Group)
09.45 Radio Holland Group and our view on future electronic services
10:45 SOLAS /GMDSS regulations and upcoming changes in 2020-2024
11.00 Trends in navigation
– Autopilots (Tokyo Keiki)
– Integrated Navigation Consoles (Furuno)
– Augmented Reality (Furuno)
13.30 Developments in communications
– Satellite systems (Cobham SATCOM)
– Satellite communication (Iridium)
– Onboard data communication (Peplink)
15:15 Coffee break
15:30 Developments in communications – continued
– Cyber security (Orolia)
16:15 Closing and drinks
The Port House ‘Het Havenhuis’, Zaha Hadidplein 1, 2030 Antwerp, Belgium.
The underground parking of The Port House is not accessible for visitors. You can park in parking ‘Straatsburg’.
This parking is situated next to the parking of restaurant ‘Het Pomphuis’ which is opposite of The Port House.
The entrance and exit are situated on the Merantistreet. From the exit it is a two-minute walk to the Port House.
May we request you to confirm your attendance before December 2nd 2019?
You can confirm per e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Radio Holland Belgium team is looking forward to welcome you!
Paul Smulders, Frank Vaerten, Hendrik Impens, Fanny Bellens, Frederick Danneels, Tim Bosschaert en Stijn Hardy.