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Oncam Grandeye to Host Panel Discussion at Cruise Ship Miami

February 26, 2013

Oncam Grandeye’s panel discussion at last year's Cruise Ship Miami explored standards for port and cruise ship security & surveillance, discussing, among other topics, the importance of surveillance systems and security technologies in the prevention of crimes at sea and how close cooperation and integrated information sharing between cruise ships and ports contribute to situational awareness and improved security and safety for passengers. This year, the company is hosting another topical discussion on security issues regarding terminals in-port and onboard.

This session will look at the challenges of achieving consistency in terminal offerings and how they can most effectively be met.  Issues including terminal security under the ISPS Code, and the interface with
onboard security are among the topics to be discussed, as well as how shipboard and port security should optimally be integrated and coordinated.

The event, Terminal Development and Security in Port & Onboard, will be held at Cruise Shipping Miami in room 237 on Thursday, March 14th from 3-4:30 p.m. Media is invited, and the panel will entertain questions after the session.

The panel will be moderated by Luis de Carvalho, CEO, Consult DC, and will also include:
Luis Ajamil, President, Bermello, Ajamil & Partners, Inc.
Greg Alcorn, Senior Vice President, Oncam Grandeye
Eric Friedman, Managing Director, HR-Marsec Ltd.
Tom Spina, Vice President, Director of Cruise Ship Operations, New York City
Economic Development Corporation/NY Cruise

In addition, on Tuesday March 12, at 2 p.m. (room D229/230), Oncam will be holding a press conference and a demonstration to discuss how customers are combining 360-degree visual surveillance and automated business analytics. There will be a visual demonstration of the latest technology.

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