Posting of presentations in this collection of documents was authorized by the respective participants in the conference Achieving Critical MASS: Spotlight on the U.S. Vessel Automation Industry (ACM). ACM was conducted as a public meeting by the Maritime Administration at Linthicum, Maryland, July 22-23, 2019.
DISCLAIMER: The views reflected by ACM speakers and participants through their presentations made available here are strictly their own. Invitation to speak or to participate as a presenter did not and does not express or imply endorsement by the U.S. Government, U.S. Department of Transportation, or Maritime Administration of any point of view expressed, or express or imply endorsement of any presenter view, product, or service, or suggest by implication a negative view of any competing or alternative view, product, or service by lack of invitation or inclusion in ACM.
- ABB Marine and Ports: Latest Results in Evidence-Driven Evolution
- Seafarers International Union: Uncertainty for Maritime Workforce of the Future
- Gibbs & Cox Maritime Solutions: It’s the Speed of Trust
- Leidos, Inc.: SEA HUNTER and Maritime Autonomous Behaviors
- Sea Machines Robotics, Inc.: Autonomous Command and Control for Vessels
- American Bureau of Shipping: Autonomous Ships/Vehicles: Classification Society Perspective
- California State University Maritime Academy: Education and Training for Autonomous Shipping: Implications for a Maritime University
- Crowley Shipping: Autonomous Shipping – The Operator’s Task
- Great Lakes St. Lawrence Governors and Premiers: Smart Ships Initiative
- Harbor Harvest, LLC: The Future of Environmentally Sustainable Marine Logistics
- HMS Global Maritime: Automation from an Operator’s Perspective
- Interlake Steamship Co.: What Operators Want from Maritime Automation
- Marine Institute of Memorial University: From Sail to Steam to Bits and Bytes
- Microsoft: AI and Digital Transformation