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Global Liner - Shipping 2030 Joint Sessions
Rolls-Royce are pioneering the development of autonomous and unmanned vessels, and share their vision of a potential intelligent mobility ecosystem and new business model for shipping.
Remaining a top maritime capital city will increasingly depend on Singapore’s agility in providing cutting-edge digital infrastructure, nurturing innovation and developing platforms which will enable the shipping ecosystem to trade safely, and efficiently in the DX Economy. How does Singapore's national 'digital vision' embrace shipping, and how can it support shipping as it undergoes its digital transformation?
How do organisations manage the balance between innovating towards an uncertain future and operating within the confines of the current regulatory framework? Where and how can regulators work with the industry to support innovation, and how can investors do the same?
Shipping2030 |Smart Shipping Applications
Some might question why Green Ship of the Future is supporting projects dealing with 3D print, digitization and emerging technologies, rather than reducing emissions and improving energy efficiency, but the reality is that data and digitization can help us deliver on the on the demand for efficiency and sustainability, particularly when we begin to break down internal silos and combine technologies together
Competing in the new world means coping with fast moving technologies, shifting commercial and environmental sustainability and customer priorities, but having traditional large R&D budgets and facilities isn't a necessity. Discover how the differentiating factor is not budget, but mindset, and how to adopt the correct one in the new digital age.
As the cyber security regulatory environment becomes more complex the legal position and responsibilities of ship operators and maritime suppliers are changing. Whether in regard to the protection of data, and liability with technology suppliers, or impact on insurance and risk, what should companies be aware of as they seek to balance digital opportunity with new legal threats?
Global Liner Shipping | Business Response to Disruption in Shipping
In trade reality that changed from innovation driven by suppliers and shaping customer expectations, to customers well versed in what they need and expect, the questions that keep Thomas up at night are:
This presentation will focus on:
The efficiency of a container ship’s cargo system has a direct effect on the vessel’s earning potential and the return on investment throughout its lifetime. It is important to reduce operational inefficiencies for better long-term profitability; non-utilised cargo space should be the area under scrutiny. MacGregor has recognised this, and has over the past five years developed and introduced a concept that aims to maximise customers’ investments.
The recent cyber attacks have highlighted the importance of building cyber resilience into an organisation's risk and crisis management plans. Toby has unrivalled experience advising global maritime companies in developing their organisational resilience and crisis management procedures to cope with emerging risks and cyber attacks in particular. This session will look at how those systems and procedures should be incorporated into a company's existing crisis plan.
Digital & Shipping's Business
Matt will clarify these assertions, as well as provide some more valuable insight into Silicon Valley, innovation and investment.
Henry Bath is a specialist in global commodities exchange warehousing and logistics. Hear about the trials and tribulations of technology adoption and how it has impacted their business.
Ports have a vital role to play as part of the intelligent transport system. How do we develop the right strategy to deliver, hyper-connected, cyber resilient, intelligent ports with new kinds of facilities like 3D print fabs on site?
There are a few realities that must be addressed so much so that Maurice is dedicating his full energy to them each, in his full time job at Carbon War Room. He will discussion:
Followed by a tete a tete with Lars Jensen, who will ask:
Since there is no statistical difference between shippers with a " good" environmental policy and those without, what can we do to put the action in relation to saving money?
Lars will ask "What is hype, and what is valid and sound when we talk about Digital Disruption in Shipping?"
Our panel of industry leaders will address the most challenging questions about the digitisation in the industry:
Join our panellists, share your thoughts, and more importantly, examples making or breaking the business case for digital
Transparency, Trust and Engagement - Creating a Better Image for Shipping
During 2017 Gartner predicts that the marketing department will become the largest purchaser of technology in the enterprise, but whilst marketing, PR and media engagement is going social, driven by data, analytics and automation in other sectors, the shipping and maritime industry seems stuck in the past. To what extent is shipping invisible and misunderstood because marketing and PR practitioners and the maritime media are following outdated practices, and what is the opportunity for the industry to use new technology to cut costs and collectively engage better in the digital age?