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Conference Program Scheduler

NOTE: This is the 2018 schedule for reference only. The 2019 schedule will be released later this year.

View, browse and sort the ever-growing list of sessions by pass type, track, and format. With this Session Scheduler, you can build your schedule in advance and access it during the show via export or with the Mobile App, once live. Sessions do fill up and seating is first come, first serve, so arrive early to sessions that you would like to attend.

Wiel Penders , Executive Vice President Sales & Operations, DASPOS A/S

DASPOS A/S was founded in 2010 to meet a need in the shipping industry for more effective, reliable and faster detection of fires in vessel engine rooms. The goal was to be able to predict a fire breaking out before damage could be done. To meet this need, Daspos team began working with several large shipping companies to develop a new approach to making vessel engine rooms safer places to work – both for the people who work directly in the engine room and for other employees and stakeholders at risk of being affected by fires aboard a vessel. These latter include:  Passengers on board ferries and cruise ships.  The owner or operator, whose reputation depends on a good safety record.  Customers who count on their goods being delivered on time.  Shipping company technical departments, which must quickly resolve disruptions to services.  Insurance companies, which must bear a large part of the cost of vessel repairs etc. The "LAS-10" system was introduced by DASPOS A/S in 2011. The patented system will identify a possible fire – already BEFORE it ignites. Continuous analyses of a big volume of engine room atmosphere from installed detectors enables the crew to survey the environmental status of the engine room and react on any deviation. LAS-10 has been installed on a large number of very high profiled cruise line vessels as well as on a number of other merchant ships where management take responsibility and action to improve safety onboard. The LAS-10 system is class approved according to newest high standard, IEC-16437.