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Presentations 2016

Boats 2016

Reception & Venue 2016

Crash Course 2016

Pictures 2016

Videos 2016

 

 

Tuesday May 10
08:00 – 10:30

REGISTRATIONS – Hotel 11 lobby 

10:30 – 12:15

OPENING SESSION – Hotel 11 Auditorium & Eriksbergshallen

 

Welcoming address

Johan Ullman M.D. Assoc. RINA HSBO Pro

 

Johan Carlsson  Senior V.p. Volvo Penta

 

Keynote Cdr. Francesco Popia, Italian Special Forces

Challenges and future plans for the Italian Special Forces

 

HSBO 2016 Practical info

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing Karl-Gunter W. Hoppe, University of Stellenbosch retired , Director of Foil-Assisted-Ship-Technologies C.C. / RSA

Foil-Assisted-Ship-Developments 

 

Bob MacDonald, Lt. Col. (r) HSBO Pro, Royal Marines

HSBO Professionals – Setting requirements for new HS boats

12:15 – 13:45

LUNCH – River Restaurant

14:00 – 16:00

PRESENTATIONS – Hotel 11 Auditorium & Eriksbergshallen

14:00 – 14:15

Lorne Campbell, I.Eng, FRINA Naval Architect, Lorne Campbell Design

The Crouch Formula – Quick preliminary performance estimates for fast planing craft

14:15 – 14:30

Prof. Magnús Þór Jónsson, University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences

The Impact of Hull Design for Impact Reduction of High Speed Craft

14:30 – 14:45

Jeff Bowles, Donald L. Blount and Associates, INC.

Propulsion Trade Study of a Hybrid USV

14:45 – 16:00

Presentation of the Boat Trials

16:00 – 18:00

BOAT TRIALS – Gothenburg Harbor

16:10 – 16:40

BT – Round 1

16:50 – 17:20

BT – Round 2

17:30 – 18:00

BT – Round 3

18:00 – 20:00

NETWORKING – Eriksbergshallen

20:00 – 22:00

DINNER – River Restaurant

 

 

 

Wednesday May 11

08:00 – 10:30

PRESENTATIONS – Hotel 11 Auditorium & Eriksbergshallen

 

08:00 – 08:15

Maarten van Donselaar, MSc. CEO, Cruden

Development of an extremely immersive motion based training simulator for handling and navigation

08:15 – 08:30

David Tuck, RNLI

Lessons learned – Incidents and accidents at high speeds in adverse conditions

08:30 – 08:45

Paul Lemmer, RIBS Ltd.

Seats offshore – the good, the bad and the ugly

08:45 – 09:00

Carl Magnus Ullman, MSc. CEO, Ullman Dynamics

Drive by wire Steering bar controls for HS boats

09:00 – 09:20

Coffee Break 
09:20 – 09:35

S.A. Hendriks MSc. NL DMO

Steps taken forward and the upcoming measuring campaign on the Netherlands Fast Raiding Interception and Special Forces Craft

09:35 – 09:50

Jaakko Pitkajärvi, M.D Finnish Lifeboat Institution

Results of Shock Exposure Survey in Finnish Sea Rescue Inst.

09:50 – 10:05 Prof. Cameron Dale Bass, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering & Director of Injury and Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory, Duke University

High Speed Craft Operations – Biomechanics of Women

10:05 – 10:20

Michael Blood, Senior Lecturer, Southampton Solent University

Fast Rescue Boat Operation Training

10:30 – 12:30

BOAT TRIALS – Gothenburg Harbor

10:40 – 11:10

BT – Round 4

11:20 – 11:50

BT – Round 5

12:00 – 12:30

BT – Round 6

12:30 – 13:45

LUNCH – River Restaurant

14:00 – 16:00

PRESENTATIONS    Hotel 11 Auditorium

14:00 – 14:15

 Paul Solberg, PhD. Norwegian Special Forces

Physical performance and muscle activity during a 3 hour high speed boat trip

14:15 – 14:30

 Clint Jones, Americas Cup

Driving a camera boat at 40+ kts. in high seas around 40_ wing cats that won’t yield

14:30 – 14:45

Johan Ullman, M.D. Assoc. RINA, HSBO Pro

What causes injuries? What exposure is relevant to measure?

14:45 – 15:05

Coffee Break
15:05 – 15:20 Eduardo Abril de Fontcuberta, Professional Sniper  Instructor NATO

MARITIME SNIPER OPERATIONS AT 2000M

15:20 – 15:35

Cdr. Mario Pinto, Portuguese Maritime Authority and Portuguese Navy

Future challenges and operational demands for the Maritime Police and Sea Rescue

15:35 – 15:50

Dr. Jack Tse, Cheetah Trimaran

Current and future design work – Light weight aerodynamic trimarans

16:00 – 18:00

BOAT TRIALS – Gothenburg Harbor

16:10 – 16:40

Boat Trial – Round 7

          16:50 – 17:20

Boat Trial – Round 8

         17:30 – 18:00

Boat Trial – Round 9

 18:00 – 20:00

 NETWORKING – Eriksbergshallen

 20:00 – 22:00

 DINNER – River Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday May 12
08:00 – 10:30

PRESENTATIONS – Hotel 11 Auditorium & Eriksbergshallen

08:00 – 08:15

Einar By, Kongsberg Seatex AS & Harald Nilsonne, Sea Cross Marine AB

Navigation, reconnaissance and surveillance using unmanned vessels. Using COTS components to enable remotely controlled reconnaissance and surveillance missions on existing vessels. Live demonstration using vessel in harbor

08:15 – 08:30

Mikael Hinnersson, Swedish Sea Rescue Society

Impressions of Search & Rescue work in the refugee flow of the Aegean Sea

08:30 – 08:45

Per Egon Persson, Swedish Sea Rescue Society

Making SAR boats efficient in harsh environments

08:45 – 09:00

Håkan Lindström, Petestep

PeteStep – New hull concept reducing wake, drag and slam

09:00 – 09:10

Mathias Terner, Tigerwing

High Speed Boat cracked open by slamming in high sea state

09:10 – 09:30 Coffee Break
09:40 – 09:55

Rick Allamby, MBE Airborne Systems Limited

Advances in Air Dropping of Boats

09:55 – 10:15

Spectre Marine – Kristian Andersin, Henrik Hartman, Peter Bergqvist

Building a Naval Academy from scratch – Practical, cultural and political challenges in Mozambique

10:15 – 10:30

Trevor Dobbins, Exoskeleton

New Guidance, Instruction & Developments

10:30 – 11:00

Closing remarks

11:00 – 12:30

BOAT TRIALS – Gothenburg Harbor

11:10 – 11:30

BT – Round 10

11:40 – 12:10

BT – Round 11

12:10 – 12:30

BT – Round 12

12:30 – 13:45

LUNCH

River Café 

12:30 – 15:30

BOAT TRIALS – Gothenburg Harbor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HSBO 2016 – New
Platforms and Technologies

In Conference Room K40 – Eriksbergshallen second floor

 

Wednesday May 11
08:00 – 08:15

Tideman Boats

HDPE as hull material

08:15 – 08:30

Volvo Penta

Volvo Penta innovations for marine professionals

08:30 – 08:45

Norsafe

Using SOLAS applications in High Speed Crafts

08:45 – 09:00

Humphrees

Vessel Motion Monitoring 

09:00 – 09:20 Coffee Break
09:20 – 09:35

Henrich Henriksen, REBS / Henriksen

09:35 – 09:50

Þorsteinn Jónínuson, Rafnar

The journey of Embla from Reykjavik (Iceland) to Gothenburg (Sweden)

09:50 – 10:05

Axel Törenmen, SeaCross

SeaCross High Speed Navigation

10:05 – 10:20

Chris Pontet, SCISYS

Improved Information
Display Layouts & Enhanced Situational Awareness to Support Assault
Navigation

12:30 – 13:45

Lunch

14:00 – 14:15

Boomeranger

14:15 – 14:30

Christer Flodman, Cimco Marine

OXE– technology behind the Diesel Outboard

14:45 – 15:05  Coffee Break
15:05 – 15:20

Maritim Partner

ALUSAFE 1100 FIC – Operation in rough seas

15:20 – 15:35

Martyn Bowden, Alamarin Jet

The evolution of small waterjet propulsion systems within recent years 

15:35 – 15:50

Antoine Brugidou, Iguana Pro amphibious boats

   Facilitating surveillance, border control and rescuing

 

 

 

HSBO 2016 – New
Platforms and Technologies

In Conference Room K40 – Eriksbergshallen second floor

 

Thursday
May 12

08:45 – 09:00

Dockstavarvet

Reducing noise levels in high speed patrol craft, how to do it and why.

09:00 – 09:15

Kaj Lehtovaara, Safe at Sea

Launch in challenging waters

09:15 – 09:30

Coffee Break 

09:40 – 09:55

Marine Diesel

09:55 – 10:10

Damen

The new Damen RIB-series development

10:10-10:25

Barry Dreyfus, USMI

Providing platforms for US and our allies

 

The following presentations are available for downlaod via: http://hsbo.org/memberarea/member-login/

2016

HSBO 2016 01 Foil Assisted Ship Development (Prof Dr-ing Hoppe, KGW)
HSBO 2016 01-1 Foil Assisted Ship Development Report
HSBO 2016 03 The Crouch Formula -Quick preliminary performance estimates for fast planing craft (Lorne Campbell, I.Eng, FRINA)
HSBO 2016 04 The Impact of Hull Design for Impact Reduction of High Speed Craft (Prof Magnus Thor Jonsson)
HSBO 2016 05 Propulsion Trade Study of a Hybrid USV ( Jeff Bowles, Donald L. Blount and Associates, INC.)
HSBO 2016 06 High Speed Boat Simulator (Cruden)
HSBO 2016 07 Lessons learned – Incidents and accidents at high speeds in adverse conditions RNLI (David Tuck)
HSBO 2016 09 Steering bar system for enhanced and intuitive vessel control (Carl Magnus Ullman)
HSBO 2016 10 Steps taken forward and the upcoming measuring campaign on the Netherlands F.R.I.S.C. ( S.A. Hendriks MSc. NL DMO )
HSBO 2016 11 Results of Shock Exposure Survey in Finnish Sea Rescue Institution ( Jaakko Pitkäjärvi, M.D)
HSBO 2016 12 High Speed Craft Operations – Biomechanics of Women ( Prof. Cameron Dale Bass)
HSBO 2016 13 Fast Rescue Boat Operation Training (Michael Blood, Senior Lecturer, Southampton Solent University)
HSBO 2016 14 Physical performance and muscle activity during a 3 hour high speed boat trip (Paul Solberg, PhD.)
HSBO 2016 16 – What causes injuries? – What exposure is relevant to measure? – (Dr.Johan Ullman MD)
HSBO 2016 17 MARITIME SNIPER OPERATIONS AT 2000M (Eduardo Abril de Fontcuberta, Professional Sniper Instructor NATO)
HSBO 2016 18 Future challenges and operational demands for the Maritime Police and Sea Rescue (Cdr. Mario Pinto)
HSBO 2016 19 Current and future design work – Light weight aerodynamic trimarans (Dr. Jack Tse)
HSBO 2016 20 Remotely controlled reconnaissance and surveillance (Kongsberg Seatex & Sea Cross Marine)
HSBO 2016 21 Impressions of Search & Rescue work in the refugee flow of the Aegean Sea (Mikael Hinnersson, Swedish Sea Rescue Society)
HSBO 2016 22 Making SAR boats efficient in harsh environments (Per Egon Persson, Swedish Sea Rescue Society) pdf
HSBO 2016 23 New hull concept reducing wake, drag and slam (PeteStep)
HSBO 2016 25 Aerial Delivery Systems (Rick Allamby MBE)
HSBO 2016 26 Building a Naval Academy from scratch – Practical, cultural and political challenges in Mozambique (Spectre H.hartman)
HSBO 2016 27 New Guidance, Instruction & Developments (Trevor Dobbins, Exoskeleton)
HSBO 2016 28 HDPE as hull material (Tideman)
HSBO 2016 29 Volvo Penta innovations for marine professionals
HSBO 2016 30 Using SOLAS applications in High Speed Crafts (Norsafe)
HSBO 2016 31 Vessel Motion Monitoring (Humphree)
HSBO 2016 33 The journey of Embla from Reykjavik, Iceland to Gothenburg, Sweden (Þorsteinn Jónínuson, Rafnar)
HSBO 2016 35 Improved Information Display Layouts & Enhanced Situational Awareness to Support Assault Navigation (SCISYS)
HSBO 2016 37 OXE– technology behind the Diesel Outboard (Christer Flodman, Cimco Marine)
HSBO 2016 39 The evolution of small waterjet propulsion systems within recent years (Alamarin-Jet)
HSBO 2016 41 Reducing noise levels in high speed patrol craft, how to do it and why.( DockstaVarvet)
HSBO 2016 44 The new Damen RIB-series development (Damen Roel Foolen )
HSBO 2016 45 Providing platforms for US and our allies (USMI B Dreyfus)

 

HSBO 2015

HSBO 2015 01 Keynote – Building a Coast Guard (Ed Veen Bob MacDonald)
HSBO 2015 03 Setting requirements and creating a highly modular RIB to meet operational challenges (French Commandos)
HSBO 2015 04 Mitigation of Consequences of Physical Loads on Royal Netherlands Navy H-S Craft Personnel (NL MoD)
HSBO 2015 05 Keynot – Threats in the Atlantic Arena (Prof Marques-Guedes)
HSBO 2015 06 Diesel, hybrid, electric – What is feasible today? (Donald L Blount & Associates)
HSBO 2015 07 Defining and selecting the ultimate High Speed Boat (UAE Presidential Guard)
HSBO 2015 08 National Standard for Commercial HS Boats in Australia (Marine & Safety Tasmania)
HSBO 2015 09 Operational Risk Management (Willard Marine)
HSBO 2015 10 Designing H-S Boat Cockpits for Humans (HSBO Pro)
HSBO 2015 11 Boat Crew Training (Spectre)
HSBO 2015 12 Measuring Impact Exposure – What is Relevant to Prevent Injuries (HSBO Pro)
HSBO 2015 13 Steering Bar System for Enhanced Vessel Control (Ullman Dynamics)
HSBO 2015 14 Sea Rescue Operations – Building up a Fleet to Meet Increasing Challenges (Red Cross Spain)
HSBO 2015 15 Shock Mitigating Seat Single Impact Test Program (DRDC)
HSBO 2015 16 Development of Professional Interceptors for Serial Production (Damen)
HSBO 2015 17 Radically new hull_ vessel design. Protecting crewmen in extreme conditions (Rafnar & Icelandic Coast Guard)
HSBO 2015 18 Air Supported Vessel (ASV) technology for improved high speed operations (Atlantic Eagle Ship Building)
HSBO 2015 19 High speed navigation in littoral waters (SeaCross)
HSBO 2015 20 Exoskeleton on board high speed boats (STResearch)
HSBO 2015 21 Managing and reducing risk and incidents as a high speed boat operator (Powerboat Training UK_RYA)

 

HSBO 2014

HSBO 2014 01 Welcome address Rear Admiral Thomas E. Engevall
HSBO 2014 02 Key Note Ed Veen
HSBO 2014 03 Challenges and soluons for integrang ships and boats
HSBO 2014 04 Seakeeping By Design
HSBO 2014 05 Active ride control using Interceptor Technology
HSBO 2014 06 Passive Ride Control by Means of Hydrofoil Stabilized Catamarans
HSBO 2014 07 Boat pressentations
HSBO 2014 08 Fast Patrol Boat Navigation Norwegian Naval Special Warfare
HSBO 2014 09 Effective Prototype to Full Scale Development Methods – Innovative High Speed Vessel Designs
HSBO 2014 10 Amphibious Craft
HSBO 2014 11 On the edge of the Axe- the design and development of the new lifeboat for KNRM
HSBO 2014 12 New 16m Interceptor Class
HSBO 2014 13 The Damen Sea Axe
HSBO 2014 16 Prediction of Human Injury Risk in High Speed Craft
HSBO 2014 17 Preventing Slamming Impact Injuries
HSBO 2014 18 Slip, Trip, Flip and Ejection short
HSBO 2014 19 Mechanics of Boat Accidents 4
HSBO 2014 20 Long term measurement in the SWE CG for assessment of HSC crew exposure to vibration and shock
HSBO 2014 21 High speed pod propulsion – application and integration
HSBO 2014 22 Selecting Propulsion Types
HSBO 2014 23 Propulsion Systems Discussion
HSBO 2014 24 Build the boat around the people
HSBO 2014 25 UK MoD Approach to Managing Whole Body Shock and Vibration in Small Fast Craft
HSBO 2014 26 Development of a suspension seat test protocol
HSBO 2014 29 Crew Training for Survivability and Operational Success
HSBO 2014 30 RIB aerial delivery for counter terrorism, anti piracy and search and rescue operations
HSBO 2014 31 Håkan Lans AIS
HSBO 2014 32 High speed navigation in litoral waters

 

HSBO 2012.

HSBO 2012 2-1 Peter Keyes – High Speed Vessel Workshop – Notes
HSBO 2012 2-10 Magnus Mattsson – Simulation Hybrid Boat
HSBO 2012 1-1 Lorne Campbell – Notes on Stepped Hulls
HSBO 2012 1-2 The Swedish Coast Guard – at High Speed
HSBO 2012 1-3 Frank deBord Overview of Current U.S. Coast Guard Small Boat Programs
HSBO 2012 1-4 Dog Phillips The FCB Project Nigeria
HSBO 2012 1-5 Stefan Gustafsson – Extrema Littoral Operations
HSBO 2012 1-6 Jussi Mannerberg – On Water Impact Measurement
HSBO 2012 1-7 Tim Coats – Characterizing Wave Impact Response
HSBO 2012 1-8 Henry Tremblay – Shore Based Training
HSBO 2012 2-1 Peter Keyes – High Speed Vessel Workshop – HSBO presentation
HSBO 2012 2-2 Albert Nazarov – Catamarans
HSBO 2012 2-4 Tommi Sorvari Finnish Navy Experiences on HSB tasks in OP Atlanta 2011
HSBO 2012 2-5 Tony Springall UK Research in Human Posture to limit WBV
HSBO 2012 2-6 Bob MacDonald – The Procurement of HS Military Vessels in the 21st Century
HSBO 2012 2-7 T Dobbins and J Hill – Professional Crew Training
HSBO 2012 2-8 Remmi Pedersen – Specifying the Optimal Craft
HSBO 2012 2-9 Jeremy Worth SEACORE – Crew Transports in High Seas
HSBO 2012 3-1 Eduardo Abril de Fontcuberta – Sniper Support and Security – LONG
HSBO 2012 3-1 Eduardo Abril de Fontcuberta – Sniper Support and Security – SHORT
HSBO 2012 3-2 Trevor Dobbins Digital Human Models to Enhance
HSBO 2012 3-3 Jim Colwell and Liam Gannon – Evaluating Shock Mitigation Seating
HSBO 2012 3-4 Brian Kays Navatek Aft Lifting Body for HSC
HSBO 2012 3-6 Frida D Johnsson – Creating the Winning Proposal
HSBO 2012 3-7 Tim Worral – HSCO in Hong Kong Police Force

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