Maritime Digital Transformation Forum in Copenhagen

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Digital Ship is running its 5th Maritime Digital Transformation Forum (previously ‘iShipping’) in Copenhagen on 6th February 2020.

There will be speakers from Maersk Tankers, Maersk Supply Service, DFDS and more, talking about successful digitalisation projects and what they learned from them.

Mikkel Hansen, CEO of Maritime Development Center, will offer an introduction and overview of the most important recent happenings in maritime digitalisation, where are we? And where must we make improvements?

Steen Lykke Pedersen of Maersk Supply Service will speak about the way digital technology and data has helped to improve the efficiency of dry docking and provide reliable predictive maintenance.

Mads Bentzen Billeso, Senior Project Manager of Partnerships, Innovation and Technology at DFDS, will discuss the various emerging technology projects the company has undertaken, where they have found success and how they expect these projects to progress, from the introduction of AI to the use of drones to study vessels.

Peter Schroder, Chief Data Officer of Maersk Tankers, will introduce a session on advanced technology and startups, featuring a panel discussion which will address where AI and analytics might offer the most value in the shipping industry.

Matthew Maheras, CIO at Metrostar Management, will discuss the areas where AI can help in the maritime sector, and how its purpose and value will continue to develop.

Jukkas Merenluoto, Ecosystem Lead at ONE SEA, will give an update on autonomous ship technology and an assessment on where it can provide value now and some foresight into the technology’s true potential. How will early adopters’ benefit?

There is no admission charge for ship owners, operators, managers and builders. The event takes place at Tivoli Gardens  Axelborg Building, Vesterbrogade 3, 1630 København V, Denmark.

To register visit https://www.copenhagen.thedigitalship.com/register

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