Living with ECDIS requires a ship manager and the ship's officers to be constantly aware of changes in legal requirements and maintenance issues. ADMIRALTY 'Living with ECDIS' Seminars are designed to help understand these issues to ensure the individual and their fleet can remain compliant whilst getting the most from their ECDIS.
The seminar will benefit any person involved with the shipping industry including, managers, owners, ship personnel, regulators and auditors. There is opportunity to raise your real-world issues and challenges, ask questions and seek solutions whilst networking with other industry colleagues.
|Hong Kong, Hong Kong||24 August 2017||
|London, UK ||15 September 2017||
|INMEX SMM India, Mumbai||3-5 October 2017||Register here|
|Kormarine, Busan, South Korea 25 - 26 October 2017 ||Register here|
|Kobe, Japan||14 November 2017||Register here|
|Imabari, Japan||15 November 2017||Register here|
|Tokyo, Japan ||17 November 2017||Register here|
Led by Tom Mellor, each seminar highlights and discusses a shipping company's responsibilities in relation to the key topics above, with your questions and comments encouraged throughout the seminar.
Legal Requirements - Training, PSC Inspections
ECDIS Maintenance - IHO S-52 Presentation Library
Chart Data Considerations - ENC ordering and updating
ECDIS Management - ECDIS policies and procedures, cyber security
Thomas Mellor is the Head of OEM Technical Support and Digital Standards at the UKHO.
He is responsible for the UKHO technical programme, providing consultancy to ECDIS OEMs and third party developers who use ADMIRALTY Maritime Products & Services in their applications. He is also heavily involved with the development and maintenance of International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards.
In addition to this, Tom is the Chairman of the IHO Electronic Navigational Chart Working Group (ENC WG), leading on all aspects of ENC and ECDIS standards.
Tom has a vast amount of expertise’s and knowledge of emerging IHO standards S-100 and S-101, and took responsibility for drafting the first product specification of S-101. After a three year period working offshore in the oil and gas sector he came back on land and joined the UKHO as an ENC complier in 2003.