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These six newly renovated meeting rooms are perfect for a classroom setting up to 30 and make fantastic breakout spaces for larger meetings. A wall of windows provides natural light and LCD Projectors and Screens are built-in.
8 North is located on the 8th floor of Maritime Conference Center's North Tower. This meeting room has private bathrooms and a Break Area. Built-in LCD Projector and Screen. This room also features a beautiful view of Baltimore City. This meeting room is located at the end of a Guestroom Floor, making it perfect for retreats.
Maritime Conference Center features a beautiful 5,100 square foot Auditorium with 248 tiered seats. Each seat is equipped with a flip desk for easy note taking. 100 additional chairs can be added behind the tiered seating. The built-in stage features rear-projection screen, Podium and Microphone, Sound and more. A large registration area is just outside the main door, as well as a Centralized Break and room in our Auditorium Corridor for up to 35 table top display tables for exhibitors. The Memorabilia Room also has entrances into the Auditorium and is a wonderful area for a cocktail party.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner are served in Maritime Conference Center's 500-seat buffet-style Chesapeake Dining Room daily. Start the day off right with a full hot breakfast buffet complete with made-to-order eggs & omelets. For lunch enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables on our salad bar, our signature soups, grill items, gourmet sandwiches or hot entrees. Before dinner order a cocktail from our Deck Club bar in the lobby and take it to with you to enjoy. End your meal with one of our fabulous dessert selections of cakes, pies and ice cream.
Classroom 1 is located on the lower level of the Maritime Conference Center. The room features a stage, built-in Screen and LCD Projector, Televisions mounted along the wall, and built-in sound. There is a Centralized Break Area located just outside this room, as well as a Business Center.
The second The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai, on 24th October, with a full house in attendance. The event attracted a top quality audience of more than 150 people, including delegates from all the leading tanker owners and operators from across the region. The packed Conference hall heard from a host of top speakers from different segments of the tanker business and support sectors. Key themes included optimism about the potential that exists for growth and development within the region’s tanker sector and the need for close collaboration between different stakeholders, to create the foundations for sustainable success. The two keynote speeches were given by H.E. Sheikh Talal Al Khaled Al Sabah, chief executive of Kuwait Oil Tanker Compa...
Bridge Room is located on the main level of the Maritime Conference Center. The room features windows across one wall for lots of natural light. Built-in LCD Projector and Screen. Located next to four small breakout rooms (A312 to A315), and right next to our Centralized Break Area.
Classroom 2 is located on the lower level of the Maritime Conference Center. The room features a stage, built-in Screen and LCD Projector, Televisions mounted along the wall, and built-in sound. There is a Centralized Break Area located just outside this room, as well as a Business Center.
On November 7th, CargoSmart exhibited at the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference 2013 in Hong Kong. We are delighted to have met with over 1,200 delegates at the conference. As an event sponsor, we were able to showcase our Sailing Schedule Management solutions and to meet with conference attendees at our booth. Our business development representatives provided business consultations for delegates and demonstrated CargoSmart's advanced visibility platform. Learn more about CargoSmart's Sailing Schedule Management solutions: http://www.cargosmart.com/en/solutions/sailing-schedule-management.htm Schedule a free consultation: http://www.cargosmarton.com/app/requestForm/new_request_form.aspx?type=consultation
Book here: http://www.booking.com/hotel/us/conference-center-at-the-maritime-institute.html?aid=866990 . . . . . . . .. .. ... . . . . Conference Center at the Maritime Institute 692 Maritime Boulevard Linthicum Heights 21090 Conference Center at the Maritime Institute offers accommodation in Linthicum Heights, just 2.5 miles from BWI Airport. Guests can enjoy the on-site dining room and lounge. Featuring a cable TV, each room comes with a desk and a view of the grounds. A private bathroom with a hairdryer is also provided.. Free shuttle service is provided to and from BWI Airport, the Amtrak train station and the light rail station. Guests can play billiards or darts in the hotel's game room, use the fitness centre or indoor swimming pool, or simply peruse the 85 acres of lan...
Book it now - http://hotelsale.club/conference-center-at-the-maritime-institute Conference Center at the Maritime Institute offers accommodation in Linthicum Heights, just 2.5 miles from BWI Airport. Guests can enjoy the on-site dining room and lounge. Featuring a cable TV, each room comes with a desk and a view of the grounds. A private bathroom with a hairdryer is also provided.. Free shuttle service is provided to and from BWI Airport, the Amtrak train station and the light rail station. Guests can play billiards or darts in the hotel's game room, use the fitness centre or indoor swimming pool, or simply peruse the 85 acres of landscaped grounds. Washington is 29.2 miles from Maritime Institute, while Baltimore is 6.2 miles from the property.
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A tour of the new Maritime Conference Centre and Archives. This video is silent. If you know the building well you can provide commentary. For information about the Centre please see www.marconf.ca and click on the ABOUT US tab to find the Fundraising Project page with facts, figures and stories.
Maritime Nation India 14-16 September 2017 announced...! “Maritime Nation India 14-15-16 September 2017” is South Asia’s Leading Business Networking Exhibition & Conference Organized by “Maritime World Services”. Based on feedback & inquiries for Booth Space / Sponsorship / Speakers / Delegates from last year’s participants & industry associations, we believe that the event would continue its rapid growth and provide a platform to network, gain insights and take away actionable suggestions besides enabling significant business opportunities among participants. Maritime Nation India 2016 featured twelve conferences over three days. These included seven conferences around each of the seven maritime and logistics segments and five conferences leveraging the event as a platform, conducte...
On a rainy Saturday, September 29th, 2012, members from all over Martime Conference and our partners gathered at the new Maritime Conference Centre to dedicate to the work of the church and the conference. We planted a tree to commemorate the event and to recognize that the work done at the centre is by all of the different presbyteries and congregations in the Maritimes. Here are some of the highlights and words of wisdom from our afternoon together. Thank you to the Message for their background music for the video. This is a John Wray production. Thank you.
Day 1 at the 24th International Naval Defence & Maritime Exhibition & Conference EURONAVAL 2014. The event is held from 27 to 31 October 2014 at the Paris Le Bourget exhibition center in France. Organized under the joint patronage of the French Ministry of Defence and Secretariat General to the Sea, Euronaval is the unique networking opportunity for industry involved in naval defence, maritime safety and security, shipbuilding, and manufacture for systems and equipments. The specialists, policy makers and buyers from all over the world come to identify the new trends and discover the materials of future. Euronaval is the leading trade show in the naval defence and maritime industry sector.
Featuring: VADM Clive CC Johnstone, CB CBE, Royal Navy Commander Allied Maritime Command ADM Mark E. Ferguson III, USN (Ret.) Former Commander US Naval Forces Europe; US Naval Forces Africa; and Allied Joint Force Command Naples Please join the Atlantic Council for a conversation with Vice Admiral Clive CC Johnstone, Commander of NATO’s Allied Maritime Command on "NATO’s Maritime Frontier." The event will take place on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Atlantic Council’s headquarters. Sea power was a critical part of NATO’s deterrent posture throughout the Cold War. But after the fall of the Berlin Wall the focus on sea power and the maritime domain for deterrence and European security gave way to expeditionary capabilities aimed at asymmetric threats further...
My entire keynote at IAPH 2015 in Hamburg, on digital transformation. You can download the slides via my blog: http://gerd.fm/1SAkee6 Thanks to IAPH and the Port Authority of Hamburg for making this video available. Gerd Leonhard Futurist, Author and Keynote Speaker Basel / Switzerland http://www.futuristgerd.com or www.gerdleonhard.de Please note: audio-only versions of many videos are being made available here: http://gerd.fm/gerdaudiofeed or on the web at http://www.futuretalks.com My vimeo channel is here: https://vimeo.com/gerdfuturist (you can also download all videos from here). Most of my books, presentations and slideshows are available via http://www.gerdcloud.com
Please join CSIS and the United States Naval Institute (USNI) for a Maritime Security Dialogue event featuring Vice Admiral Jan Tighe, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare/Director of Naval Intelligence, for a discussion on cyber warfare in the maritime domain.
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host Hydrogen and Green Shipping: Zero Emission Fuel in the Maritime Sector. The discussion will center on the development and implementation of hydrogen fuel technology, the important role it could play for shipping in the transition to a low-carbon future, and ongoing U.S.-Norwegian cooperation in the area. Shipping accounts for more than 2 percent of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions today and is set to increase up to 17 percent by 2050. As such, the industry could prove a fertile area for carbon mitigation efforts. Coupled with the march of ever-stricter climate policies worldwide, demand for zero-emission transportation solutions is expected to shape policies and fuel markets alike. In anticipation of this new reality, gove...
The Scholl Chair at CSIS is partnering with the U.S. Philippines Society to host a conference on the global maritime industry and specifically the role that the United States and the Philippines can play in commerce and maritime governance. As the Trans-Pacific Partnership comes closer to its conclusion as international commercial networks deepen, understanding the workings of maritime commerce will become increasingly important. Keynote address: Ambassador John D. Negroponte Co-chair, U.S.-Philippines Society Panel Discussion: The Honorable Jesulito A. Manalo House of Representatives of the Philippines Gerardo Borromeo CEO, Philippine Transmarine Carriers Joseph J. Cox CEO, Chamber of Shipping of America Moderated by: Scott Miller Senior Adviser and Scholl Chair in International Busine...
Presentation on "Singapore as a Leading Maritime Innovation Centre" by Dr Erik W. Jakobsen, Managing Partner of Menon Economics, at the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) Forum 2017. 31 October 2017, Singapore.
On February 26, the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence at Brookings hosted the civilian and military leaders of the nation’s sea services for a discussion of future maritime concepts, strategies, and technologies. http://www.brookings.edu/events/2016/02/26-maritime-strategy-new-era-of-naval-challenges Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BrookingsInstitution Follow Brookings on social media! Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/Brookings Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BrookingsInst Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/brookingsinst LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/com/company/the-brookings-institution
Stimson held a conference titled "Strategic Competition in Southern Asia: Arms Race or Modernization?" The conference discussed competitive strategic developments on the subcontinent, including relevant drivers, dynamics, and potential effects. This video consists of the second panel, moderated by Deputy Director of the South Asia program, Sameer Lalwani. Featuring: Nilanthi Samaranayake, CNA Chris Clary, University at Albany Iskander Rehman, Salve Regina University Sameer Lalwani (moderator), Stimson Center
Even as a difficult fiscal environment has increasingly tightened federal budgets, maritime security forces are faced with an array of new and non-traditional challenges. These range from countering terrorism and piracy to combating drug and human trafficking, while simultaneously preparing for greater competition in new theaters such as the Arctic. Although budget reductions will bring with them painful sacrifices, those responsible for the nation?s maritime security have an opportunity to work together to set priorities, define roles and responsibilities, and identify best practices in order to minimize the effects of these cuts and position themselves to meet the most critical missions.
Minister Susi and Sally Yozell, the Director of the Environmental Security program at the Stimson Center, discuss the security implications of illegal fishing in Southeast Asia. Drawing on her experience in business and government, Minister Susi highlights the importance of balancing security with economic development and sustainability in the fishing industry.
The South China Sea is a major strategic waterway for trade and energy shipments to Asia’s major economies. It has been the focus of maritime disputes which have continued for more than six decades, with competing claims from China, Vietnam, the Philippines and others. In recent years, growing Chinese assertiveness in pressing its claims has unsettled the regional security order, drawing the attention of the United States, Australia and other powers concerned about freedom of navigation and a rules-based order. The springboard for this discussion is the recently published book, edited by Leszek Buszynski and Christopher Roberts, which examines the South China Sea as an ongoing maritime dispute which has become a potential conflict zone. This volume is the final outcome of a National Secu...
Maritime Diffusion of Buddhist Philosophical Thought and Art Osmund Bopearachchi, Adjunct Professor, UC Berkeley Maude Fife Room, 315 Wheeler Hall Sponsor: Tang Center for Silk Road, UC Berkeley Co-sponsored by the Center for Buddhist Studies Trade is understood mainly as the transfer and exchange of commodities to make profits, and this was also the driving force of economic activities in ancient time. However, as revealed by epigraphic and literary evidence, among the earliest donors and important patrons of Buddhist establishments in South and South-East Asia were caravan merchants and wealthy seafaring traders. The spread of Buddhism from South Asia to Southeast Asia is also closely connected with the growth of a trading network that facilitated the movement of Buddhist merchants, t...
The Maritime Security Dialogue brings together CSIS and U.S. Naval Institute, two of the nation's most respected non-partisan institutions. The series is intended to highlight the particular challenges facing the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, from national level maritime policy to naval concept development and program design. Given budgetary challenges, technological opportunities, and ongoing strategic adjustments, the nature and employment of U.S. maritime forces are likely to undergo significant change over the next ten to fifteen years. With these trends in mind, the Maritime Security Dialogue will provide an unmatched forum through public events and multimedia interviews with a wide range of military leaders, government officials, and thought leaders on maritime issues. Please ...
This full-day conference will provide opportunities for in-depth discussion and analysis of the future of the South China Sea disputes, and potential responses, amid policy shifts in Beijing, Manila, and Washington. It will feature speakers from throughout the region, including claimant countries. Panels will address recent developments, legal and environmental issues, the strategic balance, and U.S. policy under the Trump administration.
The 11th edition of the Singapore Maritime Lecture looked at some of the challenges faced by the industry today, and how industry players can draw emerging opportunities and market forces to overcome them. The keynote speaker for this year was Dr Detlef Trefzger, CEO, Kuehne + Nagel International AG.