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Early Morning Sessions
‘The Green challenge for high speed craft’ - how the TrAM project will assist with identifying a long term solution to replace the current diesel systems, and possibilities for modular ship design.
From start-up scouting and innovation hubs to skunkworks and corporate accelerators we ask a range of different players what's worked for them, and why.
What is the optimal balance of cultural and organisational structure for allowing innovation to flourish and deliver bottom-line value?
In this session, we examine what the concept and process of the digital twin is, and what benefits it can deliver for the shipping industry.
Exploring best practice and outlining a path towards circular solutions for the shipping sector:
- Waste reduction initiatives
- Greywater and blackwater
- Food waste
Supporting global implementation of biofouling guidelines.
From 2019 EU flagged vessels will have to be recycled at one of a list of approved European ship recycling facilities. At this crucial juncture we ask:
Late Morning Sessions
In this panel, we delve deeper into how sat comms are directly driving efficiencies and affecting the bottom line through greater connectivity.
From wind propulsion and solar power to e-fuels; how can the shipping industry tap into the abundant free renewable energy around us to meet decarbonisation targets?
In this session, we focus on moving past the definitions of big data and look at how information flow analysis can be integrated into decision-making processes and optimise operational functionality. We also look at the progression of predictive modelling to anticipate technical challenges.
The presentation includes information on recent installations, results of fuel saving performance as well as operator feedback. Development of the auxiliary wind propulsion market is also discussed.
As a maritime satcom market leader and with a history of forty years providing connectivity at sea Inmarsat contributes to technology revolution of maritime industry by acting as an enabler of digitalisation. The presentation will offer insight on key trends changing shipping arena, and will show Inmarsat recent developments and use cases.
Early Afternoon Sessions
Exploring the challenges of implementation, from BWM convention to SOx NOx and EUMRV.
In this session, hear from 3 experts on examples of digitised performance monitoring for operational efficiency.
From GDPR to new digital ecosystems and connectivity, the security of our data, assets and people are constantly under threat.
Late Afternoon Sessions
Our way of thinking about the oceans is changing, with the UN’s SDG14 encouraging industries to “Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development”:
From Green to Blue, linear to circular and operated to autonomous, how might these key themes impact the agenda in the coming 12 months?