14th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics and Vehicles
September 14-16 2022
Technical University of Denmark - Kongens Lyngby
Traffic circulation in DTU campus
September 11, 2022
Due to construction work in connection with the new light rail infrastructure, there are major traffic circulation changes at DTU campus that affect the bus connections with Kongens Lyngby station. A detailed map of how to reach DTU campus is available here.
To plan your journey by public transport use the journey planner at www.rejseplanen.dk. The busses connecting Kongens Lyngby station with DTU are 180 and 300S. More information about transportation are available here.
Industrial Day @ IFAC CAMS 2022
August 4, 2022
On September 15, 2022 the 14th IFAC CAMS will focus on the industry-academia knowledge sharing dedicating the day to presentations by industry leaders. The focus will be on two very important topics shaping the agenda of the maritime and marine industry for the years to come: Decarbonization and Autonomous Marine Robotics. The full program of the Industrial Day is now available here.
Technical program online
July 29, 2022
2 academic plenaries
2 industrial plenaries
6 invited sessions
2 industrial sessions
9 regular sessions
81 technical papers scheduled for presentation
The IFAC marine control community will have a great come back to scientific networking in person!
Early-bird registration and final submission deadlines postponed to July 17 2022
July 7 2022
Due to issues with the registration system, the deadlines for early-bird registration and submission of final manuscripts have been postponed to July 17 2022.
The payment of registration fees by wire transfer has been enabled. Information can be found here.
Towards Green, Autonomous, & Resilient Marine Operations
14th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics and Vehicles is finally here. Take advantage of forward-thinking keynote speakers, networking with academic and industrial peers, and much more. Submit your scientific contribution today and join us for a unique and inspiring experience.
Margareta Holtensdotter Lützhöft
Professor at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
The adaptation of maritime autonomy - The presentation starts with a look at Viking navigation and shows how we still work in similar ways today. We move on to discussing automation and autonomy, with examples from a Norwegian research project, HUMANE. We will explore the development of maritime autonomy, look at some myths and the problem of the business case for autonomous shipping. Then we will turn to the future of smart ships and how they can be designed to work in a socio-technical system. Finally, we conclude with the role of humans and a challenge for the engineers.
Research Manager at Maritime Robotics
Marine Surface and Aerial Robots: past, present and future - Maritime Robotics develops innovative solutions for maritime data acquisition, including uncrewed surface vehicles (USV) and uncrewed aerial systems (UAS). In 2011, Maritime Robotics built and commissioned their first USV. Since then, many smaller USVs sold wordwide, as the global USV market grew. In this talk, we look back at accomplishments so far and look forward at where industry and research are moving towards. We highlight some recent projects and new markets and discuss challenges ahead.
Professor at the Technical University of Denmark
Surface Ship Autonomy Coming of Age - Autonomous technology is coming of age, and autonomous surface ships are finding their way for testing at sea. Challenges remain, however. Ensuring dependable behaviours in all situations, validating resilience to the unexpected are subjects for intense activity and prerequisites to obtain general approval by authorities. The plenary will evaluate facts and features of the complex technologies behind the scenes of marine autonomy. Challenges are discussed and solutions outlined. Autonomous supervision architectures are emphasised due to salient features including clearly separated functionalities that match established procedures for watch-keeping and navigation, and ability to validate intelligent modules individually. At system level, they form an integrated entirety with reproducible results and, should this be needed, transparent mechanisms to enable human intervention.
Claus Winter Graugaard
Head of Onboard Vessel Solutions at Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
The Path to Zero
IFAC CAMS 2022 Key Dates
Plan Your Contribution
Janaury 17, 2022
Submission Site Opens
March 14, 2022
Invited Session Proposals (extended from February 28)
April 22, 2022
Initial Paper Submission (extended from March 31) - There will not be further extensions
April 8, 2022
May 31, 2022
Industry Talks (extended from April 29)
June 10, 2022
June 20, 2022
Registration Site Opens (postponed from June 13)
July 17, 2022
Final Submission & Early Registration Closes (postponed from July 10)
September 2, 2022
Conference Registration Closes (postponed from August 26)
Committed to Excellence
The International Federation of Automatic Control was founded in September 1957. Our multinational federation is concerned with automatic control and its representation in the fields of engineering, science and the impact of control technology on society. Join us in challenging the new era in electronic communication, publication and exchange of ideas.
IFAC Technical Committee Main Sponsor: TC7.2 Marine Systems
IFAC Technical Committees Co-Sponsors: TC1.1; TC1.2, TC2.2; TC2.3; TC3.2; TC4.5; TC6.4; TC7.4; TC7.5
CCAS is a research and innovation hub that, by leveraging existing research leadership in electrical engineering, computer science, management engineering and space technology, will accelerate the development of autonomous systems' technologies across several domains, and will investigate socio-economic-regulatory enablers and barriers towards the actualization of autonomous systems in the wider societal context.
The Danish Automation Company is working to promote the conditions for automation in Denmark. DAU does this by supporting the exchange of experience on technology development and business models, as well as providing inspiration for new automation solutions. DAU is not involved in solving specific automation tasks, but through its initiatives and activities, it wants to contribute to the exchange of experience between users of automation. DAU is also used as a strategic partner for a number of educational institutions.
As an industry association, Danish Maritime is the meeting place for Danish manufacturers of maritime equipment and ships. The overall tasks of the association is to contribute to the continuous success and global competitiveness of the Danish maritime industry by promoting favourable framework conditions for the Danish maritime industry.