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Where de facto organisations have been established, the below table will provide a link to the web site of that organisation. Use this link to contact the organisation.
Otherwise, it will be stated that an organisation is under establishment or that some contact points from the region or country have expressed their interest in establishing an organisation. In these cases, the secretariat can put you in touch with the relevant persons.
|Maritime UK, with UK Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group and related material.|
|One Sea. Innovation Ecosystem for autonomous ships in the Baltic.|
|NFAS. Norwegian Forum for Autonomous Ships.|
|KAUS. Korea Autonomous and Unmanned Ship Forum. Contact is Dr. Kwangil Lee.|
|SCAS. Systems and Components for Autonomous Ships. Contact is Dr. Rainer Henking.|
|Smart Ship Coalition of the Great Lakes region. Contact is Mr. Travis White.|
|Smart Ship Coalition of the Great Lakes region also covers part of Canada (see previous).|
|Fyns Maritime Klynge in Denmark is a member of INAS.|
|Satellite for 5G initiative of the European Space Agency (ESA) has also requested to be listed as members of INAS.|
|Belgium (Flanders) - Contact points established.|
|Netherlands - Contact points established.|
|Estonia - Contact points established.|
|China - Contact points established.|
|Sweden - Contact points established.|
|Singapore - Contact points established.|
|Japan - OZT study group is established. Contact Shunichiro Namikawa (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information. The Japanese roadmap to realize autonomous ships is available here.|
|Australia - Contact points established.|
Last updated 2018-11-27 by Ø.J.Rødseth @ SINTEF Ocean