On the Agenda: Lessons from NSS, marine tech and fusion welding

What do ocean and marine tech, fusion welding, digital twin tech, lessons from NSS and innovative technologies for vessel performance optimization all have in common? If you say the marine industry, you’re right. But there is still yet another answer.

These topics will be discussed in one day at the upcoming Ship Tech Forum to be held in Ottawa. The agenda for the event is designed with plenary and panel sessions to facilitate a discussion format among senior industry, government and military executives.

Attendees will learn from presentations about using the power of superclusters to assist in the commercialization of ocean and marine technologies and a look at certification for fusion welding. Panelists will discuss the digital twin in the shipbuilding – ship management and operations space – and how to navigate this emerging field. Other panels will focus on the lessons from the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) with Scott Jamieson, Vice President of Programs at Irving Shipbuilding Inc. and John McCarthy, Chief Program Officer at Seaspan Shipyards – the two primes. They will delve into what needs to be done to ensure the success of the NSS and what has been achieved to date.

The conference will close off with a showcase of innovative technologies for vessel performance optimization.

To learn more about these topics, register to attend the sixth annual Ship Tech Forum, which will be held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa on March 5th. Tickets are going quickly, to get yours, go to https://vanguardcanada.com/shiptech2019.

Author: Marcello Sukhdeo

Marcello is the managing editor of Vanguard, IT in Canada and Canadian Government Executive and the host of Vanguard Radio and WRLWND Radio podcasts. He is an avid technology and security enthusiast, who has worked on content leadership strategies for a number of industries including the public sector, life science, technology and defence.

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