APPENDIX D
WORKSHOP ON THE FUTURE NEEDS OF USERS FOR NAUTICAL INFORMATION

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Buzzards Bay

July 19-21, 1993



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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission APPENDIX D WORKSHOP ON THE FUTURE NEEDS OF USERS FOR NAUTICAL INFORMATION Massachusetts Maritime Academy Buzzards Bay July 19-21, 1993

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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMMISSION ON ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SYSTEMS 2101 Constitution Avenue Washington, D.C. 20418 MARINE BOARD WORKSHOP ON THE FUTURE NEEDS OF USERS FOR NAUTICAL INFORMATION July 19-21, 1993 Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts OFFICE LOCATION Georgetown Facility Room HA 250 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Telephone: (202) 334-3119 Telefax: (202) 334-3789 LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Committee Members Craig Dorman, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Saul Dinman, NAVIONICS, Inc. Stanley K. Honey, ETAK, Inc. Victor E. Klemas, University of Delaware Jon A. Lucy, Virginia Institute of Marine Science Henry E. Marx, Landfall Navigation Jacques Michell, Associated Branch Pilots Michael Stalzer, Exxon Shipping Company Lowell E. Starr, Intergraph Corporation Philip J. Stutes, John E. Chance & Associates, Inc. Peter Tatro, Johns Hopkins University Liaisons James E. Ayres, Defense Mapping Agency William Bergen, Army Corps of Engineers Mike Hacunda, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy Albert W. ''Buddy'' Hartberger, U.S. Coast Guard David Nystrom, U.S. Geological Survey Frank Parker, U.S. Coast Guard Charles Schwarz, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Unable to Attend Kenneth I. Daugherty, Defense Mapping Agency John Dumbleton, Maritime Administration Invited Guests David G. Aubrey, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Daniel J. Basta, Strategic Environmental Assessments Division, NOAA Frank Bohannon, Sunriver, Oregon Thomas Bushy, Massachusetts Maritime Academy Mark Byrnes, Louisiana State University Renata E. Cathou, U.S. Power Squadron Michael Chambers, U.S. Geological Survey James A. Chance, C&C Technologies, Inc. Ken Cirillo, C-MAP/USA The National Research Council is the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering to serve government and other organizations

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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission Peter H. Cressy, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth John D. Crocker, Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority Nancy Daniels, Spatial Systems Jacob J. Dykstra, Point Judith Fisherman's Cooperative James F. Ellis, Boat/US Scott Farrow, Carnegie-Mellon University Christopher Friel, Florida Marine Research Institute Irene Gonin, U.S. Coast Guard Richard Gregory-Allen, Laser Plot, Inc. Richard Hogan, U.S. Geological Survey Chuck Killpack, Environmental Systems Research Institute Alexander Landsburg, Maritime Administration, U.S. DOT Gail Langran, Intergraph Corporation Lydia Langstrom, Massachusetts Maritime Academy Joseph P. Maco, Northeast Marine Pilots, Inc./Sound Pilots Inc. Frank T. Manheim, U.S. Geological Survey Anita L. "Tink" Martin, Winthrop, Massachusetts Anne Hale Miglarese, South Carolina Water Resources Commission Jeffrey W. Monroe, Massachusetts Maritime Academy Jeanne Murday, Environmental Systems Research Institute Joseph S. Murphy, II, Massachusetts Maritime Academy A. Victor Peña, Analytical Sciences Corporation Judith Powers, Waterway Guide & Chart Books Thomas W. Richards, Nautical Charting Division, NOAA Greg Roberson, California Nautical Chart Center, Inc. Jean Roberson, California Nautical Chart Center, Inc. Dennis Romesburg, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Kimbal Sundberg, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Glenn Tallia, General Counsel for Ocean Services, NOAA Robert Tyce, University of Rhode Island Jeff Weber, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development F.B. Wellock, Massachusetts Maritime Academy Russell Woodill, Council of American Master Mariners Kenneth Zeghibe, Arco Marine, Inc. Staff Susan Garbini, Marine Board Charles Bookman, Marine Board Hauke Kite-Powell, Marine Board Aurore Bleck, Marine Board Paul Fields, Marine Board Unable to Attend Tom Usselman, Mapping Science Committee

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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMMISSION ON ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SYSTEMS 2101 Constitution Avenue Washington, D.C. 20418 MARINE BOARD Committee on Nautical Charts and Information OFFICE LOCATION Georgetown Facility Room HA 250 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Telephone: (202) 334-3119 Telefax: (202) 334-3789 WORKSHOP ON THE FUTURE NEEDS OF USERS FOR NAUTICAL INFORMATION Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts July 19-21, 1993 SCHEDULE Monday July 19   1815 RECEPTION/DINNER [Dining Hall] Speaker: Dr. Peter H. Cressy, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth "MARITIME EDUCATION AND ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY" Tuesday July 20 0730 Breakfast in Dining Hall 0830 PLENARY SESSION [Lecture Room, Harrington Hall]   • Welcome and Workshop overview/review of objectives   -- Craig Dorman   • Presentation on Results of Questionnaire   -- Pete Tatro 1000 Coffee Break 1030 PLENARY SESSION (continued)   • Informational Presentations   -Description of the NOS/NCD mission and activities   -- Thomas Richards   -Review nautical information technology available for users: existing, future   -- Gail Langran   • Problems to be Addressed/Charge to Working Groups   -- Craig Dorman The National Research Council is the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering to serve government and other organizations

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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission 1230 Lunch Break [Dining Hall] 1315 WORKING GROUP SESSIONS [Classrooms, Harrington Hall]   Working Group 1: User Needs and Product Priorities   Pete Tatro/Henry Marx (co-leaders). Jon Lucy (recorder)   Working Group 2: Public and Private Sector Roles in Supplying, Products   Stan Honey/Saul Dinman (co-leaders). David Nystrom (recorder)   Working Group 3: Database Issues: Nautical Charts and Other Marine Information   Vic Klemas/Gail Langran (co-leaders). Susan Garbini (recorder)   Working Group 4: Data Collection Partnerships/Establishing Priorities for Updating Charts and Issuing New Editions   Lowell Starr/Michael Stalzer (co-leaders). Hauke Kite-Powell (recorder) 1615 Coffee Break 1630 MID-TERM PLENARY [Lecture Room, Harrington Hall]   • Working Group 1-4 presentations on scope of issues and preliminary findings. [Objective is to provide cross-fertilization among participants and working groups.] 1700 ADJOURN   Tours of MMA Bridge, Radar, and Oil Spill Simulators [Harrington Hall] 1830 DINNER at Massachusetts Maritime Academy Dining Hall

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Charting a Course into the Digital Era: Guidance for NOAA's Nautical Charting Mission Wednesday, July 21 0730 Breakfast in Dining Hall 0830 WORKING GROUP SESSIONS [Classrooms, Harrington Hall]   Working Groups meet again and prepare written findings. 1000 Coffee Break 1030 WORKING GROUP SESSIONS (continued) 1230 Lunch Break [Dining Hall] 1315 PLENARY SESSION [Lecture Room, Harrington Hall]   Working Groups present findings   General discussion: Preliminary Conclusions and Recommendations from Workshop   Concluding Remarks/Summary by Chairman   -- Craig Dorman 1600 ADJOURN WORKSHOP 1700 Tours of ECDIS display at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1830 RECEPTION AND CLAMBAKE at the NAS Facility at Woods Hole   END OF WORKSHOP

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