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Key Sessions

Oskar Levander

Keynote: Redefining Shipping

Rolls-Royce

Deanna MacDonald

Blockchain and The Future of Digital Shipping Applications

Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration

09:10 09:15 (5 mins)

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Welcome from the Chair and Re-Cap from Day 1

  • K D Adamson - Futurist & CEO, Futurenautics

09:15 09:30 (15 mins)

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Keynote: Redefining Shipping

  • Oskar Levander - Vice President Innovation, Engineering & Technology, Marine, Rolls-Royce

09:30 09:45 (15 mins)

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Digital solutions for optimized vessel operations

Valuable information can be extracted by the high variety and volume of the machinery and ship data.  WinGD is developing a digital solution that collects and processes a large amount of engine and ship data directly on board.  Based on the use of the most advanced data analytics techniques and core competence, digital monitors the engine performance, ensures that the main engine runs always in the most efficient way, avoids downtime and predicts component failure.  These digital solution supports the operator with a trouble-shooting and root-cause analysis helping to restore the best possible engine conditions.

  • Carmelo Cartalemi - Manager, Engine Portfolio Development, Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd

09:45 10:20 (35 mins)

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Collaboration Panel: Smart Ships

Smart shipping is changing the landscape, exponential change in technology is enabling a digital future for safer, more efficient, and cost-effective shipping.  With input from the forward thinkers in shipping, use this opportunity to challenge and discover the potential of smart technology:

  • Understanding the opportunities for quality control, sustainable practices, supply chain traceability, and increased profits
  • Differentiating between a Smart Vessel, an Autonomous Vessel and an Unmanned Vessel
  • Discover unconventional drivers of growth, real-time information gathering, profit-making changes and sustainability
  • Oskar Levander - Vice President Innovation, Engineering & Technology, Marine, Rolls-Royce
  • Per Westling - Managing Director, Stena RoRo AB
  • Melvin Mathews - Director Maritime, Eniram – a Wärtsilä company
  • Jørgen Alsing - Country Manager - Denmark, Ericsson
  • Bert Ritscher - Business Development Manager - EAME, Caterpillar Marine, Caterpillar Marine Asset Intelligence

10:20 10:50 (30 mins)

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Panel Discussion - Regulating Smart Ships & Data

Technology developments in smart shipping are evolving rapidly, but do we make sure that industry regulations can keep up to date? Does technology develop the regulation or vice-versa? And how do you balance common standards and platforms with the unintended consequences for regulating too much too soon?

  • Professor Mikis Tsimplis - Professor of Maritime Law and Ocean Sciences, University of Southampton
  • Bjørn Borbye Pedersen - Director e-Navigation Team, Danish Maritime Authority
  • Christian Schack - Assistant Director, Energy Efficiency, ABS Europe

10:50 11:35 (45 mins)

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Coffee & Exhibition

11:35 13:00 (85 mins)

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Future of Green and Smart Ports

11:30- 11:35

Chair’s Introduction

Sue Terpilowski OBE, Chairman of Ports, Maritime and Waterways forum, Chartered Institute of Transport


11:40 – 11:55

The Baltic as a model region for green ports – regulations, investments, incentives and challenges

Bogdan Oldakowski, Secretary General, Baltic Ports Orgainsation

 

11:55 – 12:10

How Will Digitisation Change Port Operations?

Sue Terpilowski OBE, Chairman of Ports, Maritime and Waterways forum, Chartered Institute of Transport


12:10 – 12:25

Driving Marine technology uptake in the EastMed, the elemed project case

  • Establishing cold ironing and electric bunkering infrastructure in the eastern mediterranean Corridor
  • Carrying out studies in Port of Limassol, Port of Piraeus, Port of Kyllini and Port of Koper
  • Formulating a solid framework for regulation, safety and training processes

 Panayiotis Mitrou, Technology and Innovation, Manager, Marine & Offshore, Business Development at Hellenic Lloyd’s


12:25– 13:00

Q&A Panel Discussion

  • Sue Terpilowski OBE - Chairman of the Ports, Maritime and Waterways Forum, Chartered Institute of Transport (CILT)
  • Bogdan Ołdakowski - Secretary General, Balitc Ports Organization
  • Panayiotis Mitrou - Technology & Innovation Manager, Marine & Offshore, Piraeus Business Development, Lloyd’s Register

11:35 13:00 (85 mins)

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Data Management and Vessel Tracking

11:35- 11:40

Chair’s Introduction


11:40 – 11:55

Identifying Trading Patterns in Physical Commodity Trading Flows Using Enhanced AIS Data

Aaron Gill, VP Sales, Genscape


11:55– 12:10

Improving Energy Management with a Data-Driven and Evidence Based Approach

  • Leveraging on-shore and on-board technologies to reduce energy and emission footprints
  • Utilising big-data and machine learning to optimise vessel and fleet performance
  • Application of real-time diagnostics to support prompt decision making 

Marco Cristoforo Camporeale, General Manager - Intelligent Asset Management, Rolls-Royce


12:10 – 12:25

Switching to the new ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System

Christian Suhr, Managing Director, Ahrenkiel Shipmanagement


12:25 - 12:40

Reducing cost – visualizing and utilizing real time Fleet Performance Data for onshore management

Fridtjof Rohde Chief Strategy Officer MARORKA

12:40 – 13:10

Q&A Panel Discussion

  • Speaker Christian Suhr - Managing Director, Ahrenkiel Shipmanagement
  • Marco Cristoforo Camporeale - General Manager - Intelligent Asset Management, Rolls-Royce
  • Aaron Gill - Vice President Maritime Sales, Genscape
  • Fridtjof Rohde - Chief Strategy Officer, Marorka

11:35 13:00 (85 mins)

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Pushing the Green Agenda

11:35- 11:40

Chair’s Introduction

Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Head of Secretariat, Green Ship of the Future


11:40 – 11:55

Overcoming financial barriers; ensuring full integration of tech in shipping

  • Communicating new technology and solutions to financiers and the marketplace with a Rotor Sail Case Study
  • Measurements, analytics and third party verification
  • Financing and leasing solutions

Tuomas Riski, CEO,  Norsepower

Pekka Pakkanen, Product Manager, NAPA


11:55 – 12:10

The Green Coastal Shipping Programme: A new way to accelerate the green shift in shipping

  • Joint programme between government and industry to revolutionise the way coast shipping operates
  • Current and future pilots and activities
  • Status and further plans of the programme
  • Financing issues

Narve Mjøs, Program Director, DNV GL


12:10 – 12:25

Peak shaving and energy efficiency with batteries

  • How can energy efficiency onboard be improved with battery/stored powers?
  • Is battery power a realistic option for primary power source?
  • What is the realistic ROI for battery power?

Jean-Marc Holt, VP - Energy Storage, Echandia Marine


12:25 – 13:00

Q&A Panel Discussion

  • Moderator Anne Katrine Bjerregaard - Head of Secretariat, Green Ship of the Future
  • Speaker Narve Mjøs - Program Director, DNV GL
  • Speaker Tuomas Riski - CEO, Norsepower
  • Speaker Pekka Pakkanen - Product Manager, NAPA
  • Jean-Marc Holt - VP - Energy Storage, Echandia Marine

13:00 14:20 (80 mins)

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Lunch & Exhibition

14:20 14:35 (15 mins)

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Blockchain and The Future of Digital Shipping Applications

Blockchain has been a global force in disrupting the finance world, and its applications into new industries are being investigated on a massive scale. This session details how blockchain can be deployed in shipping to reduce the complexity of increased data flows and remove the need for legacy IT hardware.

  • Deanna MacDonald - CEO & Co-Founder, Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration

14:35 14:50 (15 mins)

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Digititalisation of Trade

Following the recent memorandum of understanding between some of the world’s biggest banks around the development of Digital Trade Chain (DTC), this session will unpack the thoughts of  one of these banks on how digital is likely to impact on international trade. 

  • Bhriguraj Singh - Director, Head of Documentary Trade Product Management, Global Trade and Receivables Finance, HSBC Bank Plc

14:50 15:20 (30 mins)

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Panel Discussion - Changing Shipping's Business & Ship Operations with Digital & Technology

Digital and data are providing new opportunities for revenue within business and open up business to growth. From Value at Risk Simulations for ship operations to streamlining business functions, understand how data and digital are transforming commercial processes across shipping and maritime. 

  • Learn about utilising real-time data analytics to improve strategic knowledge and inform decision-making
  • Beyond savings and efficiency how can data open up new revenue streams to reenergise the shipping market? 
  • How can traditional business models be adapted and replaced to the collective benefit of the whole industry?
  • Ulf Siwe - Communications Officer of the STM Validation Project , Swedish Maritime Administration
  • Inge Sandvik - Chief Digital Officer, Wilhelmsen Group
  • Timo Glave - Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company
  • Ando Hideyuki - Senior General Manager, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line
  • Jim Bralsford - Vice President, Sales, EMEA, Inttra

15:20 15:50 (30 mins)

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Coffee & Exhibition

15:50 16:05 (15 mins)

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Creating the future - The 3D Printing Project

  • Anne Katrine Bjerregaard - Head of Secretariat, Green Ship of the Future

16:05 16:20 (15 mins)

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The Jolly 3D Printed Ship

  • Geert Schouten - Director, Shipbuilder Software

16:20 16:50 (30 mins)

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Panel Discussion - A Whole New Dimension: Creating the Future

From 3D printing to circular economy principles, how are the combinatorial effects of technology going to impact shipping's environmental debate in the future?

3D printing has been investigated by the Green Ship of the Future and its impacts extend beyond just the design and building of ships.

The combinatorial effects of the development of 3D printing encompasses everything from individual equipment and parts to the type and volumes of goods ships carry—both containerised freight and commodities—and also how we use scarce raw materials in our operations.


  • Anne Katrine Bjerregaard - Head of Secretariat, Green Ship of the Future
  • Geert Schouten - Director, Shipbuilder Software
  • Rasmus Elsborg-Jensen - General Manager, PJ Diesel
  • Thomas Bruun Clausen - Business Development Manager, Alfa Laval Aalborg A/S
  • Sverre Patursson Vange - Head of Performance Management, Lauritzen Kosan

16:50 16:55 (5 mins)

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Chair's Closing Remarks