2nd Annual Broadband Maritime Conference 2010

23-24 February 2010. Organized by GVF UK.
Offshore Construction: Marine Services
Location: Singapore New Communications Networking for Offshore & the High Seas Marina Mandarin
Date: 2/23/2010

Organizer: GVF UK
Tel: 0044 207 099 5546
Fax: 0044 1727 884 839

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The first Broadband Maritime South East Asia Conference, held in February 2009, was the first departure of the Global VSAT Forum (GVF)/UK Event Management Partners (UK-EMP) Partnership beyond the communications conferences it has organized for the Oil & Gas vertical market since 2006. After eight conferences for the energy industry, as well as one for the maritime vertical, comes the 2nd Annual, Broadband Maritime South East Asia Conference (BMSEAC).

BMSEAC will examine the widespread deployment of advanced communications technologies and services that are constantly accessible anywhere at sea, with a particular focus on the following key subject areas:
Access to applications and networks that meet today’s imperative for constant, seamless and cost-effective connectivity to ensure optimized exploitation of physical maritime assets, maximized passenger satisfaction, maximized crew welfare, and optimized navigational safety. E-mail, Internet, VPN and VoIP applications help vessel operators retain skilled maritime talent, increase and improve interactions between operations at sea and management on-shore, and realize cost savings that come with tighter operations and faster, more efficient information exchange.

New service provisioning, delivering scalable ‘always on’ broadband applications with Quality of Service and Service Level Agreement guarantees that go beyond basic ‘pay-by-the-minute’ service types and which facilitate greater predictability in mission critical delivery, as well as accuracy in the calculation of the cost of communications and, therefore, improved corporate overhead budgeting.

Key hardware technology developments in the design and deployment of state-of-the-art stabilized and ruggedized satellite terminal equipment, built to withstand weather on the high seas and maintain constant reliability whilst enabling effective satellite tracking and maintenance of signal integrity.

Moreover, the conference agenda will look to the fact that whilst there has already been much recent improvement in the availability of advanced communications at sea, it is only now that the maritime communications environment is progressing fully, from a mainly narrowband communications arena, and into the broadband age, exploiting the increased synergies of advances in satellite equipment technologies and the availability and accessibility of new bandwidth across, and linking, all the world’s oceans.

For more information please contact: Paul.Stahl@uk-emp.co.uk, Martin.Jarrold@gvf.org

Offshore Construction: Marine Services

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