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EAAW VIII International Symposium Programme

Time Session
08:30 Registration and coffee
09:15 Joint Opening Plenary Session
Chair: Cdr Ian Hassall RN, Ministry of Defence, UK and EAAW VIII Chairman
09:15 Welcome and introduction
Kevin Daffey, IMarEST President Elect & MECSS 2019 Chairman
09:30 Keynote address
Cdr Stephen Markle USN (Ret), Program Manager and Director of the Electric Ships Office, US Navy Program Executive Office Ships, USA
10:00 Keynote address
Prof Christopher Hodge OBE FREng, Chief Electrical Engineer, Defence & Security, BMT, UK
10:30 Discussion
10:45 Coffee
11:15 Autonomy
11:15 Socio-technical considerations relating to the maritime autonomous infrastructure
B Twomey, University of York, UK
11:45 Future test and evaluation for intelligent maritime systems – unlocking the potential of autonomy and artificial intelligence
H Figueiredo, W Biggs, QinetiQ, UK
12:15 Automation: Assessing the trustworthiness levels of autonomous ships
C Hawthorn, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd, UK
12:45 Discussion
13:00 Lunch
14:15 Cyber security
14:15 Maritime cyber security – misfiction or fact?
M A Scott, QinetiQ, UK (Presentation only)
15:00 Anatomy of a cyber attack – attack and defence in the maritime sector
Dr R Oates, Rolls-Royce plc, UK (Presentation only)
15:45 Discussion
16:00 Tea
16:30 Panel Debate | Artificial Intelligence
17:45 Close of Sessions
18:00 Symposium Reception
Trinity House
Time Session
08:15 Registration and coffee
09:00 EAAW VIII: Morning Parallel Sessions
09:00 Energy
09:00 Testing of a flywheel energy storage system on the PNDC power hardware in the loop platform
Dr K Jennett, Dr F Coffele, A Downie, A Avras, Power Networks Demonstration Centre, University of Strathclyde, UK; A Tate, Dstl, UK; S Lewinton, Ministry of Defence, UK
09:30 Assessing battery energy storage for integration with hybrid propulsion and high energy weapons
L Farrier, Prof R Bucknall, University College London, UK
10:00 Energy as a weapon – architecture reloaded
N Smith, GE Power Conversion UK, UK
10:30 Discussion
10:45 Coffee
11:15 Artificial intelligence
11:15 Putting artificial intelligence to work: The operator decision aid
G Sturtevant, US Navy Department, USA; J Voth, A Lowe, N Casasanto, Herren Associates, Inc., USA; H Kline, Delta Resources, USA
11:45 Integrating autonomy – maintain, deploy, execute and recover
E Parkin, J Chilcott, L3 Technologies, UK
12:15 Securing interoperable and integrated command and control of unmanned systems – validating the UK MAPLE architecture
Dr P Smith, Dstl, UK; W Biggs, QinetiQ, UK
12:45 Discussion
13:00 Lunch
13:45 EAAW VIII: Afternoon Parallel Sessions
13:45 Design/Visualisation
13:45 Refining the power station design of the all-electric warship
W Edge, R Partridge, Rolls-Royce plc, UK
14:15 Virtual integration: Managing complex warship design through model based engineering
W J Tudor, N Harrison, BAE Systems Maritime - Naval Ships, UK
14:45 Weapon system virtualization and continuous delivery for US Navy combat systems
T Voth, Herren Associates, Inc., USA
15:15 Discussion
15:30 Tea
15:50 Joint Closing Plenary Session
Chair: Cdr Ian Hassall RN, Ministry of Defence, UK and EAAW VIII Chairman
15:50 Type 45: Power to command
Capt J Voyce RN, R Wixey, Ministry of Defence, UK
16:20 T23 Frigate Power Generation and Machinery Controls Update (PGMU) – Let the trials commence
T Peacock, Babcock International Group/Naval Design Partnering, UK
16:50 Discussion
17:00 Closing Summary
Capt Matt Bolton RN, Ministry of Defence, UK and Kevin Daffey, Rolls-Royce plc & MECSS 2019 Chairman
17:15 Close of Symposium

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