Technical Presentation Area
Technical Presentations - Day Three 10:30 - 12:30
Ten technology trends impacting the marina and ports industry
Anthony Baro Managing principal PowerDocks LLC USA
Marina infrastructures are destined to experience significant transformational changes in the coming years. These changes are driven by the rapid consumer adoption of technology at a personal level, changing environmental conditions due to climate change, increasing environmental pollution due to the use of plastics and waste management practices, and marine industries' continued evolving products and technology innovations. Marina customers are increasingly adopting electric mobility and electric and hybrid marine propulsion for their vessels. This new trend will ultimately increase the amount of electricity marinas will need to provide for their customers, impacting marina electrical operating costs.
Maritime testing and system design using the controller-hardware-in-the-loop approach
Rados Petrovic Senior business developer Typhoon HIL Inc USA
Due to the scale, diversity and complexity of marine power systems these days, as well as the integration of electrical power segments into ships, we must acknowledge the fact that the issues being raised are complex but common to most shipbuilders and integrators. The introduction of controller hardware-in-the-loop methodology and model-based system engineering processes throughout the ship's V-curve enables a fast transition for the marine and offshore industry and helps address burning issues for all stakeholders active in marine and offshore industries, such as the lack of an experienced workforce, evolving regulations and testing safety-critical software-directed processes.
Smart energy transfer systems for vessels
Simon Evenblij Product sales leader charging Stemmann Technik GmbH GERMANY
Innovative new project with Fischer Panda e-propulsion
Gerhard Hesse Sales manager e-propulsion Fischer Panda GmbH GERMANY
Electric propulsion system
JunHee Won CEO LGM Co Ltd KOREA
Electric Propulsion System
Bearing protection best practices
William Klock Regional sales manager Electro Static Technology USA
This presentation will introduce the concept of bearing protection against fluting damage due to variable-frequency drive. The consequences are severe with electric motors and equipment attached, including bearing damage and motor failure. The AEGIS Shaft Grounding Ring is the solution to induced shaft voltage.
Watch the presentation of the Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards - Live 13:15 - 14:00
Please Note: This conference program may be subject to change