Digitalisation is re-shaping the business world and is increasingly important for gaining competitive edge. Emerging technologies, together with the evolution and development of new platforms, are unparalleled opportunities within shipping and the related transport and supply chain infrastructure.
If Industry 4.0 is to be truly realised, then shipping must embrace a new approach to the traditional supply chain. Moving a container involves, on average, 30 different actors and 200+ interactions - delivery of goods has never been more transparent, nor more complex. So, what can digitalisation do to streamline and integrate shipping with the connected supply chain ecosystem?
Across three key sessions we will discuss how we can identify the real digital opportunity, and related challenges, in front of us and re-define digitalisation in maritime and transport. How can we better understand the business improvements these innovations represent?
Wayne Zhuang, Regional Manager of Asia, BIMCO
Ben Zhang, Executive Chairman, Maritime and Finance Excellence Center (MFE Center)
Michael Chen, Head of IT, Costa Asia
Capt Ozgur Dogan Gunes, Marine Training Manager, Singhai Marine Services (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., Columbia Shipmanagement (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Gary Chen, Managing Director, Xinde Marine
Sharon Ong, Sales Director, Asia Pacific, Marlink
Shengwei Qian, VP Sales Asia, Inmarsat Maritime
Matthew Qi, Founder and CEO, MarineX
Tomaž Levak, Founder, OriginTrail
Kevin Chen, General Manager, Marlink China
Will Kraus, Director, Marketing and Strategy Development, Iridium
Rob O'Dwyer, Editor, Digital Ship
Mohammed Ali, Regional Sales Manager - APAC, GTMaritime
Ken Munro, Founder, Pen Test Partners
Chris Henny, Senior Project Manager, Vertical Markets Management - Maritime, Airbus Defense & Space
Tina Qianwen Liu, Vice President, Elane Inc.
Cathy Hodge, Director, Digital Ship
With further experts to be announced
The iShipping Revolution
Transforming the maritime supply chain in the digital era
Increasingly sophisticated technologies, including IoT, blockchain autonomy, AI and VR, and analytics all promise a faster, safer and more connected transport ecosystem, with better and more efficient business outcomes.
But these great opportunities mean greater complexities too, so which are the right tools to use in this industrial revolution?
What can a digital strategy do for the maritime business – both for shipping lines and ship builders – as well as the end users - and how can you build a business case for digital investment? And how can we promote better collaboration across the sector, to ensure that all stakeholders are involved in the decisions, long term strategy and the results.
This session will break down some of these questions and will look at the benefits as well as the pitfalls to watch out for? We will look at the business case surrounding these strategies and review the tools needed to implement, incorporate, and change mindsets in response to digitalisation.
The Maritime Satcom Summit
Investigating the evolution of maritime connectivity
The ever-growing use of on-board applications and increased data flows in shipping means that reliable data communications and platforms are even more critical.
This opening session of the day will look at how evolution in connectivity is changing the maritime and transport landscape by improving operational agility, enhancing efficiency, creating a safer, more secure environment and enabling greater efficiency.
Planning for Cyber Resilience and Managing Risk
A fresh look at cyber security, safety and risk
This expert-led session will look at how the industry is managing increased cyber threats borne out of the growing use of data communications, as well as the rising number of devices and applications on board.
We will discuss current business cases and real-world examples and review the guidelines and policies already in place. We will also look at how to identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk and how to assess the real business risk.
Resilience and response will be showcased along-side tactics for testing and planning.
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