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4 Agenda: Day 1 Day One, April 16th, :30-8:30: Registration and Continental Breakfast in Grand Ballroom Exhibit Hall 8:30-8:45: Opening Remarks: Sareth Neak, President, Homeland Security Outlook 8:45-9:15: Opening Keynote Address: Rear Admiral William D. Baumgartner, District Commander, Seventh Coast Guard District, U.S. Coast Guard 9:15-10:00: The Small Vessel Security Strategy Implementation Plan s Progress and Its Emphasis on Technology and Innovations Robert Gauvin, Executive Director of Piracy Policy, Technical Advisor, Office of Vessel Activities (CG- 543), U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters 10:00-10:45: Networking Break in Grand Ballroom 10:45-11:15: Engaging Recreational Boaters to Help Secure a Security Zone Using the Zone Watch Program David St. Pierre, Compliance Manager, Port of Manatee 11:15-12:00: Incorporating Non-Security Stakeholders into Security Planning Using the Maritime Domain Concept Randy Beardsworth, Captain, USCG (Retired), President & CEO, Catalyst Maritime Brian Peterman, Vice Admiral, USCG (Retired), President & CEO, Command at Sea Intl 12:00-12:45: Buffet Lunch in Grand Ballroom Sponsored by: Terma North America and Innovative Signal Analysis Presentations by Terma NA and Innovative Signal Analysis WavCam 12:45-1:30: Lunch Keynote: Cybersecurity, TWIC and MTSA FSO Guidelines Captain Paul Thomas, Director, Inspections and Compliance, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters
5 Agenda: Day 1 Day One, April 16th, 2013 Continued 1:30-2:15: Counter-Piracy Measures: IMO guidance and other initiatives that are having a positive impact in combating piracy Robert M. Gauvin, Technical Advisor, Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance (CG-CVC) Advisor to Director of Inspection and Compliance on Counter Piracy, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters William Hughes Watson, Vice President, Government Affairs and Governor, Maritime Security Council 2:15-2:45: Situational Awareness Network (SAN) Used in Support of Long Beach Maritime Coordination Center (MCC) Candice Wright, SAN Program Manager, Long Beach FBI JTTF, Office of the Chief of Police, Long Beach Police Department 2:45-3:15: Networking Break in Grand Ballroom DHS Science & Technology, Maritime Security Division s Maritime Security Technology Program (MSTP). 3:15-5:30: The intro to the DHS and SRI/NRL efforts PCSI/CSS, MSTP: The challenge and the solution Thomas Tomaiko, Maritime Security Program Manager, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate Gerald Bowe, Operations Manager, Maritime Security, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate Paul Morrisseau, Chief Systems Engineer, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate The Enterprise Architecture Behind the Interface: SIMON/AMOC implementation brief and IT Architecture Ximena Avila, Director, Enterprise Solutions, SRI International Shane Mason, Program Manager, Enterprise Solutions, SRI International The Technologies/Capabilities that Exploit Available Data and Technologies; and the Opportunity for Technology Vendors Michael Spitz, Senior Systems Analyst, SAIC, JS J6 DDC2I AID The Implementation and Filling the Mission Capability Gaps: How to engage all stakeholders Jeff Mayer, Supervisory Detection Enforcement Officer, DHS / CBP / Air and Marine Operations Center Gerald Bowe, Operations Manager, Maritime Security, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate Open floor Q&A moderated by Sareth Neak, President, Homeland Security Outlook 5:30-6:30: Networking Reception in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by: Terma Radar and Innovative Signal Analysis
6 Agenda: Day 2 Day Two, April 17th, :00-8:00: Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall 8:00-8:45: CBP Air and Marine Capabilities: Expanding capabilities and resources to meet future challenges Ivan Vazquez, Supervisory Marine Interdiction Agent, Tampa Marine Unit, U.S. CBP Kevin Anderson, Marine Interdiction Agent (MIA), Tampa Marine Unit, U.S. U.S. CBP Jonathan Adams, Marine Interdiction Agent (MIA), Tampa Marine Unit, U.S. CBP 8:45-9:30: TWIC Challenges and Successes Rob Jernigan, Director-Expedited Truck Operations, Landstar Transportation Logistics Inc. Mark Dubina, Director of Security, Tampa Port Authority David St. Pierre, Compliance Manager, Port of Manatee 9:30-10:00: Safeguarding Dangerous Goods in the Maritime Domain Bob Callahan, Director of Operations, Tampa Port Authority Lynne Vadelund, Manager of Operations, Tampa Terminal & Warehouse, CF Industries 10:00-10:30: Networking Break in Grand Ballroom 10:30-11:15: Creation of Security Zones and the Design Methodology Behind it Ed Morris, CDR USCG (retired), Port Security Officer, USCG Sector St. Petersburg Terry Fluke, Chairman, Tampa Bay Harbor Safety and Security Committee Dr. Kenneth Christopher, D.P.A., C.P.P., Consultant, Automated Port Solutions 11:15-12:00: Effective Use of Sonar Technology for Port Security William McCullough, Principal Analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services LLC. Brian Donohue, Analyst, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Donald A. Sheaffer, Jr., R & D Electrical Engineer, Sandia National Laboratories 12:00-12:45: Buffet Lunch in Grand Ballroom Sponsored by: SRI International 12:45-1:30: Securing the Maritime IT Infrastructure: The consequence of an IT breach on a port operation Scott Beeson, Captain USCG (Ret), Vice President, SCRA Louis Noriega, President, Automated Port Solutions, Former CIO, Port of Miami
7 Agenda: Day 2 Day Two, April 17th, 2013 Continued 1:30-2:15: Radiological and Nuclear Detection: Implementing successful rad/nuc detection program Captain James J.J. Fisher, Deputy Assistance Director, Training, Exercises & Assistance, Operations Support Directorate, DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office Dennis Pendergist, Principal Homeland Security Analyst, Counterterrorism and Homeland Security, Savannah River National Laboratory Phillip Smith, Commander, USCG (Ret), Port Security Specialist, Executive Secretary, Boston Area Maritime Security Committee, U.S. Coast Guard, Sector Boston Dr. Dave Dunn, Manager, Global Security Testing and Evaluation, National and Homeland Security Directorate, Savannah River National Laboratory 2:15-2:30: DNDO s National Radiological and Nuclear Detection Challenge Captain James J.J. Fisher, Deputy Assistance Director, Training, Exercises & Assistance, Operations Support Directorate, DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office 2:30-3:00: Networking Break in Grand Ballroom 3:00-3:30: Radiological and Nuclear Detection Training: NASBLA s small vessel rad-nuc detection course Brad Williams, Tactical Course Program Manager, Boat Operations and Training (BOAT) Program, National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) 3:30-4:30: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from the RNC Security Program Ed Morris, CDR USCG (retired), Port Security Officer, USCG Sector St. Petersburg Ivan Vazquez, Supervisory Marine Interdiction Agent, Tampa Marine Unit, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Mark Dubina, Director of Security, Tampa Port Authority Corporal Paul F Smalley, Tampa Police Department, SSD-Marine Unit/Air Service 4:30-5:00: Best Practices in Achieving Funding for Maritime Security Technology Terry Fluke, Chairman, Tampa Bay Harbor Safety and Security Committee Mark Dubina, Director of Security, Tampa Port Authority Garry O. Lisiewski, M.S., Homeland Security Grants Supervisor Tampa Bay UASI Notes 5:00-5:15: Closing Remarks: Sareth Neak, President, Homeland Security Outlook
8 Gold Sponsor Terma North America Inc S. Clark St., Century II, Ste. 810 Arlington, VA Jim Moore, Director, Radar Systems , With over 60 years of radar technology experience and over 1600 radar systems installed worldwide including approximately 800 Vessel Traffic Systems (VTS), 300 Coastal Surveillance sites, and 110 airport Surface Movement Radar (SMR) applications Terma is the market leader in the defense, security and surveillance sector. In 2010, Terma introduced the SCANTER 5000, a new line of solid state based radars that represent best in class performance achieved through a combination of advanced technology such as solid state power amplifiers, multiple transmission frequencies, pulse-compression, coherent integration, and cutting edge signal processing. In just two years, Terma has sold over 100 solid state systems across the globe. Combined with advanced radar tracking, the SCANTER 5000 radar system is specifically tailored for non-cooperative, small target detection in extremely harsh weather conditions, and is ideally suited to the professional demands of Coastal Surveillance, Port Security, VTS, and Perimeter & Border Security applications. Terma North America is headquartered in Arlington near Washington D.C., with offices in Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Virginia. Business activities, products, and systems include: command and control systems, radar systems, self-protection systems for ships and aircraft; space technology, and advanced aerostructures for the aircraft industry.
9 Gold Sponsor Innovative Signal Analysis, Inc East Renner Road, Suite 200 Richardson, TX Ray Hollida, Principal Applications Engineer , Innovative Signal Analysis, Inc., (ISA), is a leading provider of high performance, real-time signal and image processing systems. ISA works in all phases of system and product development, from conception, through development and integration, to operations and maintenance of challenging mission critical systems. ISA s WAVcam(TM) is an innovative video system designed for persistent surveillance applications demanding constant high resolution wide area coverage and target detection using visible or mid-wave infrared sensors. It has applications in the military and homeland security as well as law enforcement surveillance, large event monitoring, airport security, and disaster response. See the live demo and display in the Skyway Boardroom Pictured here are scenes from the Port of Los Angeles captured by a WAVcam Full-resolution crop of the small area highlighted in purple above. A single WAVcam can monitor 75+ square miles.
10 Sponsors & Partners SRI International 450 8th Avenue SE St. Petersburg, FL Ximena Avila, Director, Enterprise Solutions Information Systems Division , SRI St. Petersburg Facility is a division of SRI s Marine Technology Program located in St. Petersburg, FL. The Center developed a Maritime Domain Awareness System (MDAS) to demonstrate advanced sensing and situational awareness technologies for improved port security. Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL The Port of Tampa s longstanding supremacy among Florida ports is based largely on its leadership in handling of bulk and break bulk cargos, including phosphate, steel and petroleum, as well as in the shipbuilding industry. The Port of Tampa over the past decade has impressively advanced its container handling capabilities and seen a rapid growth in regional distribution facilities. Coast Guard Foundation 394 Taugwonk Road Stonington, CT Brian Overcast, Regional Director of Philanthropy , The Coast Guard Foundation is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of the men and women of the Coast Guard and their families. Founded more than 40 years ago, the Coast Guard Foundation provides education, support and relief for the brave men and women, who enforce maritime law, protect our homeland and preserve the environment. The Coast Guard Foundation aims to strengthen their service to our nation by encouraging them to excel on- and off-duty. National Association of State Boating Law Administrators 1648 McGrathiana Parkway, Ste. 360 Lexington, Ky Mark R. DuPont, Director, NASBLA Boat Operations and Training (BOAT) Program , The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators is a national nonprofit organization that works to develop public policy for recreational boating safety. NASBLA represents the recreational boating authorities of all 50 states and the U.S. territories. NASBLA offers a variety of resources, including training, model acts, education standards and publications. Tampa Bay Pilots Association 1825 Sahlman Drive Tampa, FL Capt. Allen Thompson, Executive Director , The Tampa Bay Pilots Association, founded in 1886, is the association of professional harbor pilots that provide comprehensive piloting services for the entire Tampa Bay area. Tampa Bay is Florida s largest piloting domain consisting of nine federal pilotage routes and over 90 miles of pilotage waters. Tampa Bay Pilots handle over 5000 ships per year and 60 million tons of cargo. Safety is the primary objective in the regulations of piloting by the state and Tampa Bay Pilots are entrusted to preserve and protect the ports, population and environment to the fullest extent possible. Maritime Security Council P.O. Box Charlotte, NC USA William Watson, Vice President - Govt Affairs , The Maritime Security Council (MSC) established in 1988 is a non-profit, member-driven organization representing ocean carriers, cruise lines, port facilities and terminals, logistics providers, importers, exporters and related maritime industries throughout the world.
11 Media Partners Maritime Security Review Limited OSM House, 3 Walton Terrace, Walton Street Aylesbury, HP21 7QY, UK Jo Chuter, Deputy Editor , Maritime Security Review is the premier, free-to-consume resource for maritime professionals to keep up to date with industry news. We provide an overview of the top stories, along with unique insights into areas of particular interest. Visit us as or subscribe to our mailing list at www. marsecreview.com/why-subscribe/. Maritime Security Outlook 191 Post Road West Westport, CT Sareth Neak, President & Publisher , Maritime Security Outlook is a contribution driven web portal dedicated to maritime security and only maritime security. News Analyses Opinions Events Products Services Trainings
12 Exhibitors ABS Group Northchase Drive Houston, TX Kristy Evenson, Marketing Supervisor , ABS Group provides a range of technical solutions to support safe, reliable and high-performance operations. We work in a variety of asset-intensive industries including marine, offshore and onshore oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, power generation and the public sector. With more than 2,200 professionals in over 35 countries, ABS Group can deliver reliable solutions just across town, all around the world. ABS Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of ABS, the world s leading marine and offshore classification society, founded in Razor Ribbon, A part of Atkore Intl South Lathrp Ave Harvey, IL Camille Grayson, Marketing Communications Mgr , Razor Ribbon, a part of Atkore International, is the world s leading manufacturer of barbed tape products such as, INSTABARRIER, and DETAINER HOOK BARB. Our RAZOR RIBBON barbed tape products have been supplied to security installations on six continents, and are internationally recognized as the industry standard in terms of both quality and design. Barbed tape coils are the most reliable physical security system available for permanent placement or temporary deployment. Automated Port Solutions Louis Noriega, Physical Security Technology Consultant , Automated Port Solutions (APS) is a recognized Information Technology (IT) solutions leader, focusing exclusively on Information Technology and Physical Security systems worldwide. APS has been delivering maximum value to our customers by employing industry leaders, developing solutions to meet customer-specific challenges, and by teaming with global IT leaders such as Cisco, GTSI, Digital Watchdog, Honeywell, Security 101, Federal ADP, Nice Systems, Panasonic, and IBM. We combine our experienced engineers, broad range of products and services, and our extensive contract portfolio to best support our customers. With our expertise in both information technology and physical security, APS offers a truly unified solution. We provide the technology and security services you need from the implementation of computer networks to integrated security systems. Please visit for more information. Chenega Federal Systems LLC Furnace Rd, Suite 205 Lorton, VA Helen Hilios, Marketing Manager , Chenega Federal Systems, LLC (CFS) is a professional services provider which primarily supports the defense and intelligence sectors of the federal government. CFS s diverse client base spans across the DoD, inclusive of all five service components with emphasis on combatant commands and the Intelligence and Special Operations communities, civil agencies and commercial/private sector corporations. CFS serves as the bridge connecting high-end engineers with state-of-the-art technology solutions for operational end users.
13 Exhibitors Envitia 1800 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 400 Reston, VA Robin Parrish, Business Development Manager , Envitia is a world leader in geospatial intelligence technologies. Envitia applications and software technologies provide the highest performance solutions for the Defence, Government and major System Integrators. Our COTS software and solutions are employed globally across a wide spectrum of disciplines including environmental analysis and exploitation, data fusion and integrity, and the management of very large and disparate datasets with extreme precision. Working with partners we offer comprehensive geospatial intelligence services to operational forces. Flir Systems Inc SW Parkway Ave Wilsonville, OR Tom Milanette, OEM Sales Manager , FLIR Systems is the world leader in the design and manufacture of commercially developed, militaryqualified thermal night vision and multi-sensor imaging solutions for maritime security. Affordably priced and ultimately reliable, FLIR s M-Series family of imagers are easy to install, integrate, and network. Now available with gyrostabilization, they form the backbone of any comprehensive security solution, giving security personnel the power to see day, night, and in other times of reduced visibility. Facilities around the world trust FLIR with their most important tasks protecting people, assets, and infrastructures. IML Corp, LLC 869 Pickens Industrial Drive Marietta, GA Stefan Pollack, CEO , IMLCORP, LLC manufactures long range, portable and deployable, tactical loudspeaker systems/acoustic hailing devices (AHD) and emergency wide area Giant Voice fixed mass notification sound systems for military, law enforcement, fire services, disaster response organizations, universities and public venues world-wide. In business for over 20 years, the company produces SoundCommander high power loudspeaker systems and the Pow R Entry Fast Breaching and Entry tool in our production facility in Marietta, GA, USA. The company is a GSA contractor. Several of the models have NATO Stock Numbers (NSN). IML is the official provider of sound equipment for the Maritime Security 2013 Programs Moog Inc Park Central Blvd Decatur, GA Amy Garrett, Marketing Manager , Moog, Inc. is a U.S.A. designer/manufacturer of innovative physical security and surveillance solutions including high-definition IP camera systems for harsh environments, custom integrated surveillance systems, and components such as: rugged pan & tilt positioners, tripods, camera enclosures, and camera lowering devices. Moog stands behind every product manufactured with 24/7/365 technical support, regional support in 26 countries, and industry leading three and five year warranties.
14 Exhibitors Nobeltec, Inc NW Greenbrier Pkwy. Beaverton, OR Joachim Nahmias, Regional Sales Manager , Nobeltec is a leading developer of PC-based marine navigation software programs and supplier of electronic charts, hardware, and accessories. Nobeltec s TimeZero Trident is the most dynamic, cutting-edge PC-based navigation software available. Built on the innovative TimeZero chart engine, Trident offers a completely new, sophisticated user interface designed to be extremely intuitive and easy to use. The chart engine redraws charts seamlessly allowing users to easily zoom, pan, change chart display modes, and perform other chart handling functions without limited range presets. Ocean Power Technologies, Inc Reed Road Pennington, NJ Nick Caruso, Director, Business Development , Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (OPT) mission is to manufacture and provide globally OPT s proprietary PowerBuoy System to produce low-cost, non-polluting, renewable electricity from ocean wave energy with the focus on scalable turnkey wave power stations for autonomous systems for non-grid-connected applications. OPT Autonomous PowerBuoy (APB) converts ocean wave energy into useable electrical power for remote at-sea power applications which do not require grid connection. The APB has been proven effective and reliable in sea trials and can be tailored to meet the weight, volume and power generation requirements for a variety of commercial and security applications. The APB is protected under multiple US and International patents. Please visit for more information. Technology Systems Inc. 14 Maine St, Suite 306 Brunswick, ME Chuck Benton, CTO , Smart Chart AIS is a new product that uses a smart-phone s location, orientation, camera, and Internet capabilities to enable improved situational awareness and social interaction. Smart Chart AIS provides basic Electronic Nautical Charts, along with additional nautical services such as weather forecasts and text chat/voip. Smart Chart AIS will be distributed for free to the small-craft community. Smart Chart AIS is also introducing an open standard for cellphone-based AIS (proposed as AIS Class E), which will share live track information for many small craft through cloud-based servers. Smart Chart AIS is being developed by Technology Systems, Inc of Brunswick, Maine, under the DHS SBIR program. SSR Engineering Inc W. Woodland Drive Anaheim, CA Geoffrey Boyce, Business Development , SSR provides COTS solutions for Land Based, Mobile and Vessels dedicated to detection, tracking and identification of small radar cross section targets. SSR solutions can range from a stand-alone system with a single radar transceiver to a multi-tier networked system with a large number of remote radars, video cameras, AIS, and other sensors, all of which are interconnected via a standard Ethernet network. In addition to commercial radars, SSR Engineering has solutions for most Military shipboard and IFF radars. SSR products are being used in over 700 installation worldwide designed for Vessel Tracking, Port Security, Range Safety, Waterways and Offshore Platforms, as well as security for High Risk Facilities.
16 Simple Math for a Complex Challenge 77,000,000 Pixels 365 Days 75+ Miles 2 90 Degrees + 24 Hours Per Day 1 WAVcam See a live demo at the Skyway Board Room