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Global Liner - Shipping 2030 Joint Sessions | What is the Potential of Digital & Disruptive Technology?
A range of global megatrends are colliding headlong with a range of breakthrough technologies experiencing exponential growth. The combinatorial effect, together with new generational mind-sets, will be a world that changes more in the next few decades than it has in the past few centuries. The impact on shipping will be profound, and there are as many opportunities as there are threats.
The Waypoint Digital survey shows that shipping and maritime companies recognise digital transformation is key to the future commercial success of their businesses, but few feel they understand what's necessary to achieve it. As digital transitions from 'initiative' status to a strategic business imperative, this panel examines the global context for the digital shift in shipping, the reality of the new 'seaconomics', what the data tells us about the health of the industry, and how different companies are collaborating to drive the digital transformation of their operations.
Global Liner Shipping | Pulse of the Industry
2016 marks a year of exponential consolidation which structurally transformed the container shipping industry. Mr Sartini will discuss how the industry has changed and the challenges and opportunities that will further shape the industry.
Our panel of industry leaders and experts will come together to discuss:
How is the industry performing in today's market conditions?
Share your thoughts on these talking points or post your questions to our panel. Good strategies start from good questions.
Setting the scene, Chris will synthesize the key points of the Shipping Market Review Report, a comprehensive research project meant to develop a deeper understanding of the evolving global economy and its impact on the shipping industry. The research combines global macroeconomics with technological innovation and the aim is to gain better insights into the dynamics that are shaping the outlook for the shipping industry.
In an attempt to get an informed answer to that all important question "What do customers want?", our panel of shippers will address:
Shipping2030 | Connected Ships: Digital & Vessels
From the largest companies in the industry to bright start-ups, how do CEOs craft, hone and implement a digital vision for their organisation and their people, whilst staying abreast of the operational necessities day-to-day. This panel brings together a diverse range of views and experiences of leading at the digital edge.
For many years the cost and complexity of deep sea communications acted as a brake on digital developments, but now the scale and speed of improvements in connectivity is fundamentally changing the landscape. From nanosats and high-throughput networks to cognitive networked high frequency radio, learn from those at the bleeding edge of maritime connectivity.
With enterprise grade connectivity an affordable reality how are real-time data, analytics and performance monitoring changing the way ships and equipment can be understood, optimised and utilised?
Global Liner Data Hub Let's Talk Numbers
This session is an attempt at bringing home why it is important to use trade data in strategic decision making. Michel will present a specific data set for China and wider Asian market to understand where the growth is and adjust your business model.
Shipping2030 | Shipping in the Emerging DX Economy
To understand how digital is changing the nature of international trade, this presentation explores the case study of the 300 cubits project, focusing on:
In the same way that big and small firms plug into power grids and communication grids, the time is ripe for a Maritime Business Utility. Offering plug-in services which will cover everything from basic units of transactions to data analytics and intelligence, Marcura has a pioneering mission to streamline transactions and help each stakeholder embrace the internal change needed.
Consumer demands and customer expectations are evolving rapidly, redefining the relationship between shipping, it's suppliers, the cargo owners and the end-users. How can collaborative business models, facilitated by digital technology, enable faster responses, benefit the shipping supply chain as a whole, and begin to create new value?
Global Liner Shipping | Consolidation and Competition
Plus: How is Technology Changing Relationships Between Institutions and Clients in the Import - Export Business?
Shipping2030 | The Digital Human
New technologies require new skills, potentially accelerating the problems of recruitment and retention in shipping. But, will a more technologically advanced industry attract a younger, more digitally skilled workforce? What will be the impact of autonomous vessels on crewing?
Unique Insights into how Ocean and Tidal current data is developed and delivered, and why it is essential to measuring and improving vessel performance and profitability.
BLOC will Present an overview of their approach to open collaboration for maritime blockchain development and dive into a couple of use cases they are working on and developing for key stakeholders.