CSI 2013 - Crew Systems Integration conference
Mon, 22 April 2013
SSA members FRC International are hosting CSI 2013 - Crew Systems Integration conference from 2nd to 4th July 2013 at RNLI Lifeboat College, Poole, UK.
The international conference includes over 20 presentations focussing on nine integrated topics for the professional RIB and high speed craft sector. SSA are supporting the event and industry are invited to participate. CSI 2013 will be informative and an excellent networking event.
Naval Architects, Designers & Boat Builders
This conference looks at next generation craft / systems requirements and the new design standards that will be required to develop and support them. This is an opportunity for naval architects, designers and boat builders to see how they can incorporate the ‘holistic’ approach.
Human Systems Integration
HSI is a recognised requirement for many maritime organisations. The CSI 2013 conference will cover the full range of factors that can potentially improve marine operations. Topics include ‘Crew – Craft – Training’ and the interface between them.
International & Independent
This international conference will cover a wide range of solutions now available for the professional operator. CSI 2013 is an independent event that is relevant to all professional operators, boat builders, equipment manufacturers and designers.
CSI 2013 Programme Includes
Rear Admiral Chris Parry
Former Director - Concept and Doctrine Development, UK MoD
Title: The future use of the sea in a globalised world. Interoperability, including the interaction between shipping and small craft, is crucial to safety and security at sea.
Captain Andrew Moll
Deputy Chief Inspector, Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB)
Title: Lessons learnt from incidents and accidents with small fast craft.
Commander Chris Pratt MBE (AFNI)
Maritime & Aviation Operations, Border Force
Title: Integrating cutters, RIBs and maritime operations within the Border Force
Captain Fredrik Forsman & Dr Joakim Dahlman
Swedish Sea Rescue Society / Chalmers University
Title: How Dynamic Navigation can enhance performance and safety at sea. Innovative and effective navigation methods for high speed craft.
Dan Hook & Richard Daltry
ASV Global Ltd
Title: USV & 3D - how unmanned craft can take over the Dull, Dirty & Dangerous tasks. Developing USV capabilities from 1 metre to 100 miles.
CSI 2013 website www.frc-int.com
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