May 1 2018 - May 3 2018
About the symposium
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority invites you to attend its navigation safety symposium—NAV18.
NAV18 explores the future of safe navigation as emerging technologies gain momentum across the maritime sector.
Participants will consider how technology will affect modern aids to navigation, vessel systems and people working in the industry.
NAV18 will be held at the Sofitel Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, Australia from 1 to 3 May 2018.
Day one – Tuesday 1 May 2018
|9.00am–9.55am||Session 1: Symposium opening and keynote address|
|10.30am–12.00pm||Session 2: The future of navigation|
|1.00pm–2.30pm||Session 3: Marine navigation systems|
|3.00pm–4.30pm||Session 4: Aids to navigation and navigation services|
Day two – Wednesday 2 May 2018 (Concurrent streams)
|7.30am–8.30am||Breakfast session: Ms Kate D Adamson and Mr Francis Zachariae|
|Stream A: Aids to navigation services||Stream B: Shipboard navigation|
|9.30am–11.00am||Session 5A: The operation and management of aids to navigation||Session 5B: Operational safety|
|11.30am–1.00pm||Session 6A: Asset management||Session 6B: Risk management|
|2.00pm–3.15pm||Session 7A: Technology and innovations||Session 7B: Navigational services|
|3.45pm–4.30pm||Session 8A: Safety, environmental and heritage matters||Session 8B: Training future navigators|
Day three – Thursday 3 May 2018
|9.00am–10.30am||Session 9: Panel discussion—What makes a modern safety regulator?|
|11.00am–12.30pm||Session 10: The future role of vessel traffic services and Automatic Identification Systems|
|1.30pm–3.00pm||Session 11: Autonomous navigation—ensuring safety|
|3.35pm–3.45pm||Session 12: Symposium closing|