Book and Pay by 30th September 2011 and SAVE UP TO £300 Maritime Lifecycle EM EN T • MARI TI M E Management G LI CYCLE MANA lag General/F nd FE CYCLE MAN o ce r 1* a above go for FREE FE AG LI E EM M EN T • MARI TI Enabling Successful Vessel Management for the Entire Lifespan Main Conference: 29th - 30th November 2011 | Pre conference workshop: 28th November 2011 Venue: Sheraton Park Lane, Piccadilly, London Maritime Lifecycle Management Speakers List: will provide key insight into: Rear Admiral Stefano Tortora, Directorwww.maritimelifecycle.com of Naval Shipyard La Spezia, Italian Navy w A UK focus on the strategic management and running of shipyard Commodore Mike Warham, Commander facilities for both submarines and surface fleet with insight from of HMNB Clyde, UK MoD DE&S both Commander of HMNB Clyde and Commander of HMNB Commodore AJ. Waard, General Portsmouth Director of Royal Netherlands Maintenance, Ministry of Defence w Examination of the latest technology and best planning Netherlands techniques that will help combat obsolescence, including a focus Commodore Robert Thompson, from Netherlands Defence Materiel Organisation who will discuss Commander of HMNB Portsmouth, the benefits of predictive maintenance and the best way to avoid Royal Navy obsolescence Captain Mark Whitney, Commander of Northwest Regional Maintenance w Maximising fleet sustainability and better management of Centre, US NAVSEA through-life costs by implementing and strategising from the Peter Cockerton, Commercial day of procurement; how strategies must be both flexible and able Director, FREMM Programme OCCAR to rapidly evolve to a changing environment. Key insight from QEC Christian Peters, Requirements Class Project Team, UK MoD on how this management strategy Director, Multipurpose Surface will be implemented from day one Combatants, German Federal Office of Defence Technology and w How best to improve umbilical services world-wide without Procurement, German MoD impacting on cost - with an examination of the design and Confirmed Member of QEC Class implementation of global support contracts for the Italian Navy Supports Services, UK MoD and why industry relationships will be a key focus to drive down cost Morbert Blumenthal, Programme Director F125 Frigate, German BWB Innovative strategies and updates from Naval Leaders, such Simon Knight, Team Leader Naval Design Partnering Team, UK MoD as OCCAR, UK MoD, Italian Navy, German BWB, Netherlands Marshal Fisher, Chief Naval Ministry of Defence and United States NAVSEA Architect, Netherlands Defence Materiel Organisation 28th November Pre-Conference Workshops: Commodore Seshadri Vasan (R), Head Strategy and Security, Centre Workshop A 9.30 - 12.30 Workshop B 13.30 - 16.30 for Asia Studies The Classroom of the Future - How How to Achieve and Sustain Successful best to implement technology into the Partnering in Long-Term Business “Good variety of speakers curriculum with a look towards the future Relationships – Based on BS 11000 of potential tools and training methods in to ensure long term management of and experts. It was very good the classroom with lessons learned from successful collaborative relationships, to hear from a variety of the US Navy approach to fleet-wide MRO helping you to understand the methods nations. Good organisation on training strategy of choosing an appropriate industry the challenges they face and Led by: Ryan Merriman, Centre for partner and working successfully with their innovative solutions.” Naval Engineering, Naval Station them in the long term Cdr Patrick Bennett, Norfolk, US Navy Led by: Nicky Painter, Robert Shields and a Confirmed UK Navy Representative NAVSEA Bristol Sponsor Media Partners FOR QUESTIONS ON THE EVENT, AGENDA OR TEAM DISCOUNTS, CONTACT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
www.maritimelifecycle.comPre-Conference Work Shops: 28th November 201109.30 - 12.30 Workshop AThe Classroom of the Future - How best to implement technology into the curriculum with lessons learned fromthe US Navy approach to fleet-wide MRO training strategy.Many assets utilised by global navies require ever more technical MRO procedures. This combined with the pressure ofquicker turnaround times and operational demand, creates a very challenging environment in which to work. The needfor a continued high-level training programme puts huge strain on the ability of a team to continually evolve to meet thedemands of its vessel. A look towards the future of potential technology and training methods in the classroom will helpfurther develop the functionality of all units.Benefits of attending this workshop:w This workshop will discuss the need for a strong focus on continual development of the current training schemes, with a look to future strategyw An overview of the approach to provide all staff with the same key skill set as a pose to training staff for individual vessels - creating a more versatile work forcew A discussion on further enhancement of the value of MRO strategy to ensure not only that technological advances are implemented correctly into the curriculum, but that suitable provisions are made for future developmentw The best method to ensure effective knowledge management to enable Navies to continue to build upon their expertise despite the increasing involvement of industryLead by Ryan Merriman, Centre for Naval Engineering, Naval Station Norfolk, US Navy13.30 - 16.30 Workshop BHow to Achieve and Sustain Successful Partnering in Long Term Business RelationshipsSuccessful collaboration within the defence sector is the key to developing innovative and cost-effective solutions for thedelivery of excellent equipment and services. This is particularly important in the context of long-term programmes basedupon delivering specified operational capabilities which are likely to involve many different MoD suppliers over the years.A recently published British Standard - BS11000 - is the world’s first guide to achieving successful collaborative businessrelationships and was written jointly by BSI and PSL.PSL are running this workshop which will explain the concepts of BS1100 and consolidate this with the use of a simplebut challenging practical interactive exercise.Benefits of attending this workshop:w An explanation of why and how BS11000 was writtenw To provide you with understanding of the eight stages (as set out in BS 11000) of the creation and long term management of a successful collaborative relationshipw Participate in a quick practical exercise, the BS 11000 ‘Ice-breaker’ (based on the eight stages) and apply this to the real-life circumstances of the workshop participantsw Gain an understanding of: why, when and how to partner (based upon the guidance set out in BS11000)w Help you to understand the methods of choosing an appropriate partner and working successfully with them in the long termw Allow you to appreciate how collaboration can add value to the delivery of a capabilityw Provide an opportunity to have some introductory practical experience of BS11000Lead by Nicky Painter, Robert Shields, Qualified BS 11000 Facilitators and Senior Associates of PSL (PartnershipSourcing Ltd) and a Confirmed UK Navy RepresentativeSponsor DCNS is a world leader in naval defence and an innovative player in energy. The Group’s success as an advanced technology company with global reach is built on meeting customer needs by deploying exceptional know-how and unique industrial resources. DCNS designs, builds and supports surface combat-ants, submarines and mission-critical systems and equipment incorporating the most advanced technologies. It also proposes services for navalshipyards and bases.Last but not least, DCNS offers a range of solutions in civil nuclear engineering and marine renewable energy. DCNS is committed to sustainable de-velopment and was one of the first defence contractors to achieve Group-wide certification to ISO 14001. FOR QUESTIONS ON THE EVENT, AGENDA OR TEAM DISCOUNTS, CONTACT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
www.maritimelifecycle.comDay One Agenda: 29th November 2011 08.30 Coffee and Registration 13.30 CREATING THE CORRECT BALANCE ON SITE - 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks WHEN TO SAY “NO TO OUTSOURCING” AACreating the optimum balance between industry ENHANCING MANAGEMENT OF UMBILICAL SERVICES and military when staffing a permanent port 09.10 ENABLING SUCCESSFUL GLOBAL SUPPORT OF AAExamination of the factors that lead to a decision on which services to outsource THE ITALIAN NAVY: A LOOK TO THE FUTURE AAA look to future integration of MRO services and how AADesigning and implementing global support this will effect overall capability of the fleet contracts for the Italian Navy Captain Mark Whitney, Commander of Northwest AAEnsuring an effective navy – industry relationship Regional Maintenance Centre, US NAVSEA AASuccessfully minimising costs through the contract framework 14.10 NAVAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT - CREATING AAEnsuring real responsibility transfer to industry A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP WITH INDUSTRY incentivising for future benefits AATechniques used to enhance knowledge Rear Admiral Stefano Tortora, Director of Naval management for MRO as services are continually Shipyard La Spezia, Italian Navy outsourced to industry 09.50 INDIAN SHIPYARDS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE AAExploring the challenges faced when creating a relationship that will allow both parties to PORTS OF THE FUTURE continually grow their knowledge base AAOverview of the future spending of the Indian AAHow industry will feature in the future knowledge Navy as budgets are set to increase development of navy MRO personnel AAThe role that industry will play in enhancing Commodore AJ. Waard, General Director of Royal capability of Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Netherlands Maintenance, Ministry of Defence (MRO) services at shipyards through out this domain Netherlands AAThe effect that increased demand on services as the fleet continues to grow will place on shipyards 14.50 Coffee and Networking Break Commodore Seshadri Vasan (Ret’d), Head Strategy & 15.20 FREMM - EUROPEAN MULTI-MISSION FRIGATE - Security, Centre for Asia Studies Chennai THE BENEFITS OF PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE 10.30 Coffee and Networking Break AAAn overview of the potential benefits of maximising 11.00 DCNS GLOBAL SERVICE SOLUTIONS European collaborative procurement AAExploring technology transfer AAAdopting a commercial approach towards acquisition AAImproving MRO practices and support AAEducation and training - best practice to ensure AAPlans on how best to manage the varying naval knowledge is continually improving requirements of each nation - creating a strategy AAInfrastructure services a global solution to improve that will be both flexible and efficient support services Peter Cockerton, Commercial Director, FREMM Paul-Philippe Gilles, Marketing Programme OCCAR and Development Manager DCNS 16.00 NAVAL LOGISTIC SUPPORT PARTNERSHIP - 11.40 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO SUPPORT THE WORKING WITH CAREFULLY CONSTRUCTED NUCLEAR DETERRENT INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS AAAddressing the added strain of sustaining both AAPlatform management - can industry truly provide submarines and surface fleet flexible project management and maintenance AAAchieving and sustaining global support as facilities? personnel numbers decrease AAProviding an opportunity for partnering nations to work AAA look to the role of industry in providing together - an alternative to contracting with industry accessible global shipyard services - a “where AAHow these relationships are likely to further evolve: and when” attitude the future of industry partnering? 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www.maritimelifecycle.comDay Two Agenda: 30th November 201108.30 Coffee and Registration 13.30 EVOLOUTION OF THROUGH LIFE MAINTENANCE09.00 Chairman’s Recap PLANS FOR GLOBAL COMBAT SHIPS AAIncreasing capabilities through addition of new IMPLEMENTING THROUGH LIFE SUPPORT ACROSS technology to improve reliability THE PLATFORM LIFECYCLE AAThe challenges that integration will bring09.10 LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT - HOW TO PLAN FOR concerning original framework and system capacity AN UNKNOWN FUTURE AACan a legacy vessel’s capability be updated to AAHow current TLS support is managed match those of newly designed platforms? A look AAThe importance of creating a flexible and to the future for ageing vessels rapidly evolving strategy that will allow for future Simon Knight, Team Leader Naval Design Partnering developments as the platform life becomes apparent Team, UK MoD AAA look to the future - will truly effective TLS ever 14.10 OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGY TO be created when the final goal is unknown? PROTECT THE AGEING FLEET Christian Peters, Requirements Director, Multipurpose AAParts sourcing - how to ensure parts are of the Surface Combatants, German Federal Office of correct standard even when they are not sourced Defence Technology and Procurement from the original manufacture09.50 QEC CLASS PLATFORM INTEGRATION: PLANS AAEffective use of predictive maintenance tools to FROM PROCUREMENT combat obsolescence by increasing supply chain AADelivering seamless integration into service readiness AAPossible solutions for whole life support: industry AAOverall management strategy - combating obsolescence partnerships to provide total through life support to ensure correct management of an ageing fleet from a single partner Marshal Fisher, Chief Architect, Netherlands Defence AAA look to the future and how this practice could be Materiel Organisation implemented to support all platforms 14.50 Coffee and Networking Break Confirmed member of QEC Class Support Services, UK MoD 15.20 COTS : AN ANSWER TO LOWER UP- FRONT ACQUISITION AND THROUGH LIFE10.30 Coffee and Networking Break MAINTENANCE COSTS11.00 TAKING A FRESH START: THE BENIFITS OF AAA cost effective solution for military upgrades to IMPLEMENTING THROUGH LIFE SUPPORT FROM enable more efficient MRO services? DAY ONE AAWill initial saving on parts lead to unpredictable AAThe advantages of implementing through life performance, increased time for testing and, support from initial platform procurement debugging, delays in certification and, ultimately a AAChoosing the correct partner: the benefits that higher cost for the product? their support will bring AAWhy an in-depth understanding of military AAA look to the future and how industry will begin to requirements and conditions will be the key to take a greater share in the responsibility success to implement this technology Norbert Blumenthal, Programme Director F125 Frigate, AAFuture modernisation plans of the Brazilian Navy German BWB Invited: Rear Admiral Fancisco Roberto Portella11.40 CASE STUDY: MAINTAINING THE NAVY, TODAY Deiana, Director of Naval Engineering, Brazilian Navy AND TOMORROW 16.00 INNOVATIVE MATERIAL USE - A FUTURE TOOL AAOverview of how the port is currently functioning TO CUT COST AND ENHANCE RELIABILITY AACurrent and future fleet maintenance operations AALatest technology and advanced material selection AAInnovative working relationships run effectively - a key to drive down frequency of scheduled under the public - private partnership agreement maintenance procedures AAEnhancing the port over the next 10 years - a look AAIncentivising industry to further invest and research to the future of the Royal Navy this field Commodore Robert Thompson, Commander of HM AADeveloping future material selection - the shape of Naval Base Portsmouth, Royal Navy future requirements12.20 Networking Lunch Dr Paul Losiewicz, Programme Director, US Office of Naval Research 16.40 Chair’s Close and End of Day TwoMedia Partners FOR QUESTIONS ON THE EVENT, AGENDA OR TEAM DISCOUNTS, CONTACT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
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