Three of Frazer-Nash’s experts will be presenting at the IMC 2022 International Maritime Conference, taking place from 10-12 May at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.
On Day 1, 10 May, Nigel Doyle poses the question in the morning’s session: ‘Nuclear propulsion is a game changer. What are the new rules?’ where he will look at nuclear safety culture and its role in the nuclear submarine programme. In the afternoon session of Day 1, Mick Warren looks at ‘Maritime cyber safety – results of real-world application on ship systems’. Day 2, 11 May, will see Robert Dickie sharing insights into marine autonomy, as he discusses ‘An enabling framework to support COLREGS compliance for autonomous and remotely operated vessels’.
Business Manager for maritime programs within Frazer-Nash's Australian business, John Viskic, said:
"We're all really looking forward to interacting with interested delegates next week in Sydney, as three of Frazer-Nash’s international experts present papers at the IMC during IndoPac. Their papers address advances in the contemporary topics of nuclear safety (Nigel Doyle), maritime autonomy (Rob Dickie) and marine cyberworthiness (Mick Warren). Please do come and meet us if you're attending the conference."
The conference, organised by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology and Engineers Australia, enables delegates to take part in discussions on the latest developments in marine engineering and maritime technology; both for defence and commercial shipping. Keynote speakers include RADM Katherine Richards AM, Head Navy Engineering of the Royal Australian Navy, Professor Emily Hilder, Chief Maritime Division, Defence Science & Technology, Jane MacMaster, Chief Engineer, Engineers Australia, and Chris Boyd, Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
To find out more about the conference, visit https://www.indopacificexpo.com.au/IMC2022/index.asp.