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Maritime Mobility Focus Day
08:50 Chairs Opening Remarks
09:00 Panel Discussion: Examining Connectivity Innovations On-board! - How are data requirements on-board changing? - Antenna innovations to improve on-board connectivity - Understanding how LEO will impact maritime mobility - How long before customers will experience “at home” connectivity on-board
09:30 Innovations in Commercial Maritime Mobility - Improving connectivity for crew: How will this impact your business? - Lower capacity costs: what new services will this enable? - The use of social media aboard ships - Cyber Security - Maritime 2020: The unmanned ship and other innovations
10:00 Meeting the Connectivity Demands of the Cruise Industry - Why is delivering connectivity so important for the cruise industry? - What is a “smartship” - How improving connectivity drives revenues - Technology required for the “connected cruise” Reza Rasoulian, Vice President, Global Connectivity, Carnival Cruise Line 10:30 Connectivity for Yachts and Powerboats: Improved Connectivity to Drive Market Growth - Lower cost connectivity: High capacity satellite connectivity is no longer just for super yachts - Flat panel antennas – space saving connectivity - What do high value customers expect on-board? - Is satellite the only option for yacht connectivity?
11:00 Morning break
11:30 Industry Roundtables
Satellite connectivity for:
Table One: Commercial Shipping Table Two: Cruise Table Three: Maritime
12:30 End of VSAT Global 2017