5-6 December 2017
Fundamentals seminar on Vessel Tracking & monitoring
Make informed decisions. Faster.
Two-day, user-friendly seminar, designed to give you the practical knowledge of how to use, implement and integrate tracking and monitoring solutions in your organisation
V-Tracks seminar is:
Join interactive discussions with industry experts to explore your unique operational issues and requirements. Gain invaluable insight into choosing, implementing and managing your tracking and monitoring solutions
End-users will share their first-hand successful implementation experiences of tracking and monitoring solutions, from commercial shipping and domain awareness perspectives
Get hands-on guidance at specialised breakouts, to dig deep into topics that matter to you the most. Explore the practicalities of establishing, managing and developing a connectivity strategy
You will learn about:
Managing, Enriching and Optimising Data
Learn how to leverage your existing performance and tracking data, and how you can repurpose it to improve operational efficiency, giving your organisation a competitive edge against those less prepared.
Real Time Decision Making
Predict and respond to issues before they happen. Learn how you can improve operational and vessel performance just by having the tools – and knowledge – in the right place, at the right time.
Risk vs Reward Analysis
Examine the risk vs reward of implementing new tracking & monitoring solutions, how to maximinse its capabilities, and explore what solutions you actually need with what options are available to you right now.
Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities
We create bespoke proposals for companies, offering the best marketing opportunity for you and your budget
“All the important ‘players’ were present”
“Extremely informative, interesting to see commercial solutions from differing perspectives”
"An outstanding venue with government and industry professionals who present highly valuable presentations, knowledge and experience to a vast range of topics focussed around vessel tracking and monitoring - well done"
Principal Navigation Engineer
US Coast Guard HQ