Future Ready: Autonomous and Remote-Control Functions
- Smart to autonomous journey including current activities in Maritime Autonomy.
- Verification and Validation process for reviewing autonomous functionality.
Autonomy is a growing need for a variety of classes of ships. ABS is actively participating in various international forums in advancing the development of the international regulatory framework for autonomous operations. ABS is also collaborating with members, industry, government regulators and stakeholders in the design and implementation on the world’s most advanced remote-control and autonomous technology.
On October 13, 2021, Domenic discussed the development of this technology, its challenges, as well as regulatory developments surrounding the journey towards autonomous shipping.
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Date & Time: October 13th, 2021; 1300-1400 ET (Presentation with live Q&A discussion)
Audience: All engineers, program managers, executives, and students interested in using autonomy now or in the future.
Virtual Course Format: This presentation and discussion will occur in Microsoft Teams. If you do not have Teams, you will be able to view this event in your browser.
Enrollment Fee: FREE!
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Instructor: Domenic Carlucci
Mr. Carlucci is currently the Vice President, Chief Technology Director within ABS Global Government Services. Since joining ABS in 2008, Carlucci has held several senior roles in asset integrity management, life cycle risk and reliability, design and plan review, and product and service development. With extensive experience in the marine and offshore industries, Carlucci’s expertise includes: autonomous functionality, hybrid power applications, ship systems operations and maintenance, systems designs, alternative fuels, reliability analysis (FMEA, RCM), and condition/performance monitoring. Prior to joining ABS, he served in the U.S. Navy as a Nuclear trained Surface Warfare Officer. Mr. Carlucci received his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University and a Master’s in Business Administration from University of Houston.
Technical Requirements to Participate
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