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DNV GL welcomes you to SMM Hamburg 2016, the leading international trade fair for the maritime industry.

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Ritters, Matthias Matthias Ritters
Regional Manager Maritime, Region Germany
Andreas Bodmann Andreas Bodmann
VP Director of Communications, DNV GL - Maritime
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Event Information

  • Wo:

    Hamburg, Germany

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    20357 Hamburg, Messeplatz 1 / DNV GL stand no. 211 in hall B4, ground floor

  • Wann:
    06 September - 09 September 2016
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Once again DNV GL is proud to take a leading role as the main sponsor of the SMM 2016. This year’s exhibition and conference is focused firmly on the future – and so is DNV GL. We are presenting modern classification solutions to help you achieve safer and smarter operations. With new survey techniques designed to save time and money, fleet performance management solutions to enhance efficiency, and expertise covering the fuel and propulsion technologies for the next generation of vessels, DNV GL is focused on providing modern solutions to help your business today and in the future.

During SMM, we will be present not only at our stand (no. 211, hall B4, ground floor) but will once again also be hosting the DNV GL Forum at East Entrance - view our floor plan.

In the following you find all details about our DNV GL Forum programme as well as a list of other important events taking place during the SMM.

DNV GL Forum

The DNV GL Forum was one of the most popular events at the previous SMM with hundreds of visitors attending the varied presentations. Back by popular demand the DNV GL Forum allows us to offer you a broader view on the latest technologies, market conditions and pressing challenges of the maritime world.

Choose the presentations that grab your interest and take part in the expert presentations, discussions and debates throughout the course of the week. With topics that cover every ship type, emerging technologies, the regulatory landscape, efficiency gains, and much more, the forum is sure to have something to offer you and your business.

SMM2016 - DNV GL stand
DNV GL stand at SMM 2016 (3D draft)
DNV GL Forum at SMM 2016
DNV GL Forum - view agenda below

DNV GL Forum programme

Thursday, 8 September - East entrance

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Speaker
  • Unmanned ships – seriously? On the way to unmanned ships

    The presentation looks at technical progress and open issues for highly autonomous or unmanned shipping. It is intended to promote information and discussion on this controversial issue.

    Speaker:

    Volker Bertram

    Project Manager Eng. Services NB Technology, Knowledge & Governance

    Øystein Engelhardtsen

    Senior Researcher, Maritime Transport

  • LNG as ship fuel: the PERFECt ship

    GTT, CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and DNV GL recently released a technical and feasibility study for a new mega box ship: the Piston Engine Room Free Efficient Container Ship – the PERFECt ship. The concept vessel is LNG-fuelled, powered by a combined gas and steam turbine, and is electrically driven. In a next step, the project partners intend to work on the optimization of the power supply system and of the overall ship design.

    Speaker:

    Gerd-Michael Würsig

    Business Director LNGFuelled Ships

  • Most modern ship safety management – Emergency Response Services

    How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

    Speaker:

    Christoph Peickert

    Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)

  • Regulatory update – what is new for shipowners?

    The overview over the latest regulatory developments including Ballast Water Management, CO2 monitoring, reporting, verification and more.

    Speaker:

    Eirik Nyhus

    Director International Regulatory Affairs

  • FPM: upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

    The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

    Speaker:

    Torsten Büssow

    Head of Fleet Performance Management

  • Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

    New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

    Speaker:

    Christian Cabos

    Head of Department Information Management Technologies

  • From good to great – enhancing ship management and operation

    Ship managers are facing significant pressure in today’s market with low charter rates and intense competition to reduce cost while preserving quality. The conflicting goals of low cost and high quality need to be addressed in ship management contracts to ensure that clear expectations are set and that delivering high quality is recognized. The presentation will go through selected elements which can contribute to improved performance and transparency, providing insight in Port State Control management, procurement and dry-docking management.

    Speaker:

    Jarle Blomhoff

    Business Development Leader Advisory Germany

  • Green Coastal Shipping Programme

    Through the Green Coastal Shipping Programme, Norway has established a joint programme between government and industry to create the world’s most effective and environmentally friendly fleet of coastal vessels. The programme aims to revolutionize the way coastal shipping operates, converting fleets to run partly or entirely on batteries, liquefied natural gas (LNG) or other green fuels.

    Speaker:

    Narve Mjøs

    Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory

Friday, 9 September - East entrance

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Speaker
  • Most modern ship safety management – Emergency Response Services

    How are you prepared when your vessel is suffering from a grounding, a collision or hull damage? Here we show you how port authority, coast guard, salvage company, P&I club and our 24/7 standby team support ship managers with immediate action and technical support to solve these incidents at minimal costs and further damage.

    Speaker:

    Christoph Peickert

    Head of Section Emergency Response Service (ERS™)

  • FPM: upcoming EU and IMO MRV and where to get the data to comply

    The monitoring, reporting and verification regime of CO2 based on fuel consumption for vessels is coming. All vessels sailing in European waters will be affected from 2018, the global; IMO regime has been announced for 2019. This sessions explains what data you need to comply with the regime without additional effort.

    Speaker:

    Torsten Büssow

    Head of Fleet Performance Management

  • Batteries – the next big thing?

    Recent developments in battery technology and ship electrification hold significant promise for more efficient use of energy, energy recovery and use of renewables. All electric ships and hybrid ships with energy storage in large batteries with optimized power control can significantly reduce fuel costs, maintenance and emissions. Additionally, increased ship responsiveness and improved regularity and safety in critical situations are achieved:

    Speaker:

    Narve Mjøs

    Director Battery Services & Projects Environment Advisory

  • Drones, phones, … which systems will support future surveys and inspections?

    New technology is becoming available in the market at an increasing rate. To what extent can it be adapted to facilitate inspections and surveys?

    Speaker:

    Christian Cabos

    Head of Department Information Management Technologies

Further events during the SMM

Thursday, 8 September

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Location
  • 10:45

    AiP handover SkyBench

    DNV GL presents Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), with a second approval in principle (AIP) for SkyBench, an innovative design for maximizing the cargo loading capacity of large containerships. The certificate confirms that the design complies with the new DNV GL rules for the classification of ships.

    Stand no. 211, hall B4, ground floor
  • 11:20

    Future feeder – HMD Con-Green 2000 design including AiP Award

    DNV GL presents Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) with an approval in principle (AIP) recognizing the technical feasibility of the new Con-Green 2000 vessel design under the new DNV GL rules. The Con-Green 2000 project brought together partners HMD, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Becker Marine Systems, and DNV GL to develop a highly efficient, reliable and economic feeder design.

    Stand no. 211, hall B4, ground floor
  • 12:00 -12:15

    Drone presentation

    Stand no. 211, hall B4, ground floor
  • 15:45 -16:00

    Drone presentation

    Stand no. 211, hall B4, ground floor

Friday, 9 September

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Location
  • 10:30

    Signing Ceremony HPA

    Hamburg Port Authority and DNV GL will sign a Letter of Intent on fleet modernization, fleet management, fleet operation, competence and crew training. Background: the City of Hamburg will pool its entire fleet under the roof of the HPA in 2017 with the ambition to modernize the fleet as well as install an efficient fleet management.

    Stand no. 211, hall B4, ground floor