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I 2:25 p.m. "The German Pro- posal — Fast Monohulls & Large

SES for Specific Applications"

Heinz Topel, Blohm + Voss, Ham- burg 2:50 p.m. "The Italian Pro- posal — Future Ship Design Con- cepts for World Trade" Dir.-Ing. G.

Arena, Fincantieri, Italy 3:15 p.m. "The Scandinavian

Proposal — Ship Design & Cargo

Handling for Short Sea Shipping"

Kai Levander, Kvaerner Masa-

Yards 3:40 p.m. "The Spanish Pro- posal — New RoRo Ship Design for

Faster Port Turnaround in Unit- ized Short-Sea Trades" Juan

Calvo, AESA, Madrid 5 p.m. Presentation of the results of universities' competition on Futuristic Ship Concepts

Thursday, September 29

From Sea Chart to a Hydrographi- cal Information System — Data

Processing, Evaluation and Presen- tation 9 a.m. Welcome — Dr.-Ing. Heinz

Giszas, Strom und Hafenbau,

Hamburg. Chairman: Horst

Hecht, Bundesamt fur

Seeschiffahrt und Hydrographie,

Hamburg 9:30 a.m. "Hydrographie &

Geographic Information Systems for Ships - Requirements and De- velopment Trends" — Dipl. Ing.

Hubertus Wentzell, Atlas

Elektronik, Bremen 10 a.m. "Geographical Data

Bank as Central Unit for a

Hydrographical Information Sys- tem" — Dr. Matthaus Schilcher,

Siemens Nixdorf, Munchen 11 a.m. "Data Acquisition &

Evaluation Procedures for a

Hydrographical Information Sys- tem" — Dipl.-Ing. H. Jorg Geerke,

Hamburg Port Consult, Hamburg 11:30 a.m. "Main Marine In- formation Sources, Relevant for

Planning" — Prof. Peter Andree,

Polytechnic, Hamburg 12:00 noon "Ships for Special

Survey of Waterways" — Dipl.-Ing.

Siebeneicher, Wasser-und Schif- fahrtsdirektion Nord, Hamburg 1:30 p.m. "HYDROCAD - A

Hydrographical Information Sys- tem for the Port of Hamburg" —

Dipl. -Ing. Dieter Seefeldt & Dipl.-

Ing. Kai Wessel, Amt fur Strom - und Hafenbau, Hamburg 2 p.m. "Hydrographical

Survey in Finnish Skerries" — J.

Nuoteva, Hydrographical Service,

Finland 3 p.m. "Hydrographie Survey for

Harbor Maintenance & Support

Shipping" — A.C. Noordijk, Port of Rotterdam-Hydrographic Dept. 3:30 p.m. "Electronic Sea

Chart (ECDIS) — A Realtime Navi- gation & Information System" —

Dipl.-Ing. Horst Hecht, Leitender

Regierungsdirektor, Bundesamt fur

Seeschiffahrt und Hydrographie,


For additional information on SMM '94, contact: tel: +4940 35690; fax: +4940 3569 2180.

Norwegian Stand At SMM

To Feature 39 Companies

Thirty-nine Norwegian maritime companies will participate in the

Norwegian pavilion "Norway, Your

Maritime Partner" at SMM '94.

Organized by the Norwegian Trade

Council, Norway's stand will fea- ture elements of the old Hanseatic city of Bergen to illustrate the his- toric commercial links between

Hamburg and Norway's second larg- est city.

The Norwegian pavilion will fo- cus on such themes as safety, ma- rine environmental protection and quality management.

Norway will also be heavily in- volved in the Sea 2000 conference, which will cover themes such as "Short Sea Shipping" and the chal- lenges it presents to European poli- tics and the maritime industries.


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