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Title: Can Video Analytics Transform Safety in Maritime?  
Date:   Thursday 3rd December, 2020

Time: 3pm UK

Duration: 1hr

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Steve Price, Moderator
Programme Director,
Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator

Steve is the Programme Director for the award-winning Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator, the world’s first global accelerator focused on safety. During the last two years, he has worked with Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, DP World, Kotug, Pacific International Lines, Scorpio, Seaspan, Shell and Wallenius Wilhelmsen, to solve critical safety challenges with innovative new technology.

The Accelerator is a joint initiative between Lloyd's Register Foundation, a charitable foundation helping to protect life and property by supporting engineering-related education, public engagement and the application of research, and Lloyd's Register, one of the world's leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology. The programme’s aim is to make the world a safer place, by encouraging the growth of the safetytech industry and accelerating the adoption of digital technology for safety and risk .

Nick Chubb,

Nick Chubb is the founder of Thetius, an organisation dedicated to enabling innovation in the maritime industry through a combination of intelligence, strategy, and talent services.

Nick started his career as a navigator on commercial ships before moving into maritime technology. He has since held senior commercial positions overseeing the launch of digital products and services in a number of organisations, including port call optimisation startup Intelligent Cargo Systems, and UK seafarer education charity Marine Society.

Nick is an accomplished ultra-endurance athlete, having completed a 300-mile solo trek across the Arabian Peninsula and six back to back marathons in the Sahara Desert.

Andrew McKeran
Commercial Director – Marine and Offshore
Lloyd’s Register

Andy joined Lloyd’s Register as the Commercial Director for its Marine and Offshore business in February 2019. Andrew is responsible for setting the strategic direction for the company through innovation, marketing and partnering with other stakeholders to navigate through the potential disruptions of Sustainability and Digitalisation.

Prior to joining Lloyd’s Register, Andrew spent over 20 years in the marine, offshore and naval sectors for Alstom, Converteam and General Electric. As a BSC Electrical Engineering graduate, Andrew held various roles since joining the marine industry in 1998, ranging from shipyard commissioning, field services, project management, and more recently running the offshore and global marine businesses for the power conversion business of General Electric.



Can Video Analytics Transform Safety in Maritime? 

Join the exclusive webinar and discover three unique tech companies from Lloyd’s Register’s award-winning Safety Accelerator

Across maritime industries, humans remain the biggest cause of accidents both in ports and on board. However, video analytics can increasingly identify unsafe traits, trends and behaviours and help prevent accidents and improve safety, with many ship owners starting to consider these technologies as viable in day to day operations.

This webinar explores the use of video to improve safety and manage risk in industrial environments, showcasing three innovative and diverse solutions that support safety in maritime.

Hear from industry experts, as they debate dynamic use cases and key issues around adopting video analytics in maritime; such as privacy and culture change, during our exclusive Fireside Chat session with Andrew McKeran, Commercial Director - Marine and Offshore at Lloyd’s Register and Nick Chubb, Founder at Thetius.

The webinar will feature marine leaders Seaspan, Scorpio and Wallenius Wilhelmsen who will share their experiences with safety innovations in maritime during our Spotlight Session.

Explore how technologies can be used to identify crew’s fitness; real-time risk; and unsafe behaviours on the ship; as we introduce you to three innovative companies that should be on your radar.

Meet the leading technologists from the Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator:

Senseye uses high-resolution video footage of the eye, to quantify previously inaccessible cognitive insights. Using commercial-off-the-shelf cameras, eye movements are measured using a method that enables the monitoring of brain activity, giving an instant assessment for the presence of drugs, alcohol, stress or fatigue.

Sensing Feeling monitors situational risks to reduce accidents and near misses and identifies potentially unsafe situations, before they occur. Using advanced human emotion sensing IoT, powered by computer vision and machine learning, it’s designed to sense how users are feeling, by observing behaviour in real time, real-world conditions.

IronYun is an innovative enterprise-grade video analytics and search solution, that enables users to quickly add and alert unsafe behaviours, in all weathers and lighting conditions. The innovative solution can be added to an existing camera solution and delivers results immediately.

Find out more about video analytics in maritime and discover new safety use cases and innovative technologies, register now.