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Early Morning Sessions
From blockchain projects to start-up funds tackling decarbonisation an increasing number of projects in the shipping industry are based on broad consortiums of stakeholders.
What are the key benefits, limitations and drivers of this model?
Late Morning Sessions
When Google’s AlphaGo Artificial Intelligence played ‘Move 37’ in its match against Lee Sedol expert commentators were stunned—it wasn’t a move any human player had ever made. Since then AI has beaten a human champion in a debating match, and can even predict when you'll die with 90% accuracy.
The ability to deploy AI successfully in business is rapidly becoming the differentiator between competitiveness and irrelevance, so both its promise and perils are riding high on the agenda. But what is the reality of AI today, where and why will it impact the shipping, maritime and logistics industries, where should leaders focus to maximise its potential, and what will this new era of intelligence, radical transparency and hyper-rationality mean for the businesses, jobs, consumers and lifestyles of the future?
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The need for digital transformation is now acknowledged across shipping, but what is the experience on the front line for shipowners?
With the HFO carriage ban now agreed for March 2020, our expert panel explore how PSCs are going to enforce it.
Early Afternoon Sessions
65% of the value of a company's products and services comes directly from its suppliers, and optimising that value means collaborating across digital ecosystems . In this discussion, we look specifically at integration strategies to drive greater efficiency in your digital ecosystem.
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New technologies and ecosystems demand new approaches to traditional regulation. In this session, our expert panel discuss whether digitalisation of shipping will be able to keep pace with innovation, and how that might take shape in the future.
Late Afternoon Sessions
There is no one size fits all solution to decarbonising the shipping industry. Vessel type, size, routes, and operating profile will all impact decision making.
A re-shaped industry calls for re-shaped training and professional development. In this discussion, our expert panel explore what the skills and demands of a 2030 workforce will look like.
With exciting new projects underway, the reality of full-scale automation in the shipping industry has arrived. But the ecosystem around the vessel - from autonomous capability, to propulsion, loading and discharging, and operation and control centres - is a blueprint of the new shipping ecosystem. Hear from those ecosystem players about the road to Shipping 3.0, and how its realisation is on the verge of revolutionising the industry.
Coach transfers from the Radisson Blu to The Langelinie Pavilion will be provided for delegates and guests attending the conference dinner.