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Sailors Diary - Capt. Joaquim D'Abreo
The Story of Sailors Diary - Capt. Joaquim D'Abreo
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Duration: 00:27:27
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An Expert perspective on Maritime Issues
This program details an expert perspective of maritime issues. OSV’s or offshore support vessels are modern vessels intended for fleet replacement and meet more demanding needs of deeper water operation. These are much improved designs and are packed with multi functional capabilities. The origin of the offshore support vessels may be traced to the Gulf of Mexico – where oil exploration first moved offshore in the 1950’s. Ms. Lakshi Atul narrates the information to us along with Dr. Arun Kr. Dev (Director, Newcastle University Marine International), provides the details on the various types of OSVs and Mr. Unnikrishnan, Technical Director, Bureau Veritas, who give us a glimpse on various OSV rules and regulations.
Duration: 00:24:19
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Fishing ground assessment using remote sensing
Jonson Gaol (Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia) is doing an excellent presentation on the topic –‘Remote Sensing applications for fishing ground assessment in Indonesian Waters’– at Safari Symposium on Remote Sensing and Fisheries. The presentation covers the subject in detail to give the viewer an in-depth understanding. M. Zahedur R. Chowdhury (Assistant Professor, Institute of Marine Services and Fisheries, University of Chittagong) presents another paper on 'Assessing Environmental Preference of the Northern Bay of Bengal Pelagic Fish Species Using Catch per Effort and Remote Sensing Data'.
Duration: 00:29:00
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COMET - Conclave on Maritime Education and Training - Part 11
As the first maritime university of India, AMET (Maritime) University located in Chennai India has emerged to be the most preferred destination for all maritime related courses in the regions of SE Asia, Middle-East and Africa. With the shipping industry in itself being a trailblazer in globalizing employment and allowing many advantages in recruitment and employment flexibilities, AMET university attunes and grooms the varying culture, attitudes, attributes, work ethics to meet common, industry wide competence and attitudinal requirements for safe, efficient and clean operations and be job-fit for the entire maritime industry in all its verticals, globally. Riding on its 20 years of success story with seafaring, which as a profession has seen extinction of historical sources of manpower and emergence of newer areas with the biggest burden being shared by Asia alone and now increasingly pushing Africa, at the operational and management levels on ships and ashore, AMET has helped India emerge as the most preferred nation for sourcing of skilled and competent manpower. Today it is a center of excellence for in addition to on-board competencies, on-shore competencies in Commercial Shipping including Port and Logistics, Harbor Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, Petroleum Engineering , Marine Biotechnology as well as Maritime Research. AMET University now brings to Dubai its eminent International Board of Advisors for a Conclave on Maritime Education & Training on Sunday the 24th March 2013 at Crown Plaza, Dubai. Joining this illustrious panel will be the elite maritime leaders of the shipping industry in the Middle East and Africa. Presiding over the conclave will be The Chancellor of AMET University, the revered Sir Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, former Secretary General of IMO
Duration: 00:18:14
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Can remote sensing technology improve fish catch? - Part 4
Rajan Nammalwar (Anna University Chennai) and Preetha Nair (CMFRI, Kochi) present extensive studies on topics, ‘Applications of remote sensing in validations of potential fishing zones (PFZs) among the coast of Tamil Nadu’ and ‘PFZ advisories for the benefit of coastal fisher folk along the Kerala coast’ respectively at the Safari Symposium on Remote Sensing and Fisheries
Duration: 00:29:19
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COMET - Conclave on Maritime Education and Training - Part 10
As the first maritime university of India, AMET (Maritime) University located in Chennai India has emerged to be the most preferred destination for all maritime related courses in the regions of SE Asia, Middle-East and Africa. With the shipping industry in itself being a trailblazer in globalizing employment and allowing many advantages in recruitment and employment flexibilities, AMET university attunes and grooms the varying culture, attitudes, attributes, work ethics to meet common, industry wide competence and attitudinal requirements for safe, efficient and clean operations and be job-fit for the entire maritime industry in all its verticals, globally. Riding on its 20 years of success story with seafaring, which as a profession has seen extinction of historical sources of manpower and emergence of newer areas with the biggest burden being shared by Asia alone and now increasingly pushing Africa, at the operational and management levels on ships and ashore, AMET has helped India emerge as the most preferred nation for sourcing of skilled and competent manpower. Today it is a center of excellence for in addition to on-board competencies, on-shore competencies in Commercial Shipping including Port and Logistics, Harbor Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, Petroleum Engineering , Marine Biotechnology as well as Maritime Research. AMET University now brings to Dubai its eminent International Board of Advisors for a Conclave on Maritime Education & Training on Sunday the 24th March 2013 at Crown Plaza, Dubai. Joining this illustrious panel will be the elite maritime leaders of the shipping industry in the Middle East and Africa. Presiding over the conclave will be The Chancellor of AMET University, the revered Sir Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, former Secretary General of IMO
Duration: 00:24:18
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Can remote sensing technology improve fish catch? - Part 3
This video is of Safari Symposium on Remote Sensing and Fisheries where some reputed experts like Beena Kumari, Space Application Centre, ISRO, Himmatsinh U. Solanki, Anna University, Chennai, Satsuki Matsumura, NRIFSF, Japan, present papers on various important subjects.
Duration: 00:34:17
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COMET - Conclave on Maritime Education and Training - Part 8
As the first maritime university of India, AMET (Maritime) University located in Chennai India has emerged to be the most preferred destination for all maritime related courses in the regions of SE Asia, Middle-East and Africa. With the shipping industry in itself being a trailblazer in globalizing employment and allowing many advantages in recruitment and employment flexibilities, AMET university attunes and grooms the varying culture, attitudes, attributes, work ethics to meet common, industry wide competence and attitudinal requirements for safe, efficient and clean operations and be job-fit for the entire maritime industry in all its verticals, globally. Riding on its 20 years of success story with seafaring, which as a profession has seen extinction of historical sources of manpower and emergence of newer areas with the biggest burden being shared by Asia alone and now increasingly pushing Africa, at the operational and management levels on ships and ashore, AMET has helped India emerge as the most preferred nation for sourcing of skilled and competent manpower. Today it is a center of excellence for in addition to on-board competencies, on-shore competencies in Commercial Shipping including Port and Logistics, Harbor Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, Petroleum Engineering , Marine Biotechnology as well as Maritime Research. AMET University now brings to Dubai its eminent International Board of Advisors for a Conclave on Maritime Education & Training on Sunday the 24th March 2013 at Crown Plaza, Dubai. Joining this illustrious panel will be the elite maritime leaders of the shipping industry in the Middle East and Africa. Presiding over the conclave will be The Chancellor of AMET University, the revered Sir Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, former Secretary General of IMO
Duration: 00:21:19
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COMET - Conclave on Maritime Education and Training - Part 7
As the first maritime university of India, AMET (Maritime) University located in Chennai India has emerged to be the most preferred destination for all maritime related courses in the regions of SE Asia, Middle-East and Africa. With the shipping industry in itself being a trailblazer in globalizing employment and allowing many advantages in recruitment and employment flexibilities, AMET university attunes and grooms the varying culture, attitudes, attributes, work ethics to meet common, industry wide competence and attitudinal requirements for safe, efficient and clean operations and be job-fit for the entire maritime industry in all its verticals, globally. Riding on its 20 years of success story with seafaring, which as a profession has seen extinction of historical sources of manpower and emergence of newer areas with the biggest burden being shared by Asia alone and now increasingly pushing Africa, at the operational and management levels on ships and ashore, AMET has helped India emerge as the most preferred nation for sourcing of skilled and competent manpower. Today it is a center of excellence for in addition to on-board competencies, on-shore competencies in Commercial Shipping including Port and Logistics, Harbor Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, Petroleum Engineering , Marine Biotechnology as well as Maritime Research. AMET University now brings to Dubai its eminent International Board of Advisors for a Conclave on Maritime Education & Training on Sunday the 24th March 2013 at Crown Plaza, Dubai. Joining this illustrious panel will be the elite maritime leaders of the shipping industry in the Middle East and Africa. Presiding over the conclave will be The Chancellor of AMET University, the revered Sir Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, former Secretary General of IMO
Duration: 00:23:21
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COMET - Conclave on Maritime Education and Training - Part 6
As the first maritime university of India, AMET (Maritime) University located in Chennai India has emerged to be the most preferred destination for all maritime related courses in the regions of SE Asia, Middle-East and Africa. With the shipping industry in itself being a trailblazer in globalizing employment and allowing many advantages in recruitment and employment flexibilities, AMET university attunes and grooms the varying culture, attitudes, attributes, work ethics to meet common, industry wide competence and attitudinal requirements for safe, efficient and clean operations and be job-fit for the entire maritime industry in all its verticals, globally. Riding on its 20 years of success story with seafaring, which as a profession has seen extinction of historical sources of manpower and emergence of newer areas with the biggest burden being shared by Asia alone and now increasingly pushing Africa, at the operational and management levels on ships and ashore, AMET has helped India emerge as the most preferred nation for sourcing of skilled and competent manpower. Today it is a center of excellence for in addition to on-board competencies, on-shore competencies in Commercial Shipping including Port and Logistics, Harbor Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, Petroleum Engineering , Marine Biotechnology as well as Maritime Research. AMET University now brings to Dubai its eminent International Board of Advisors for a Conclave on Maritime Education & Training on Sunday the 24th March 2013 at Crown Plaza, Dubai. Joining this illustrious panel will be the elite maritime leaders of the shipping industry in the Middle East and Africa. Presiding over the conclave will be The Chancellor of AMET University, the revered Sir Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, former Secretary General of IMO
Duration: 00:31:46
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