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[WEBCAST] Smart Ports Conversations: A critical approach to the future resilience of ports
Watch this webcast to learn more on what is the impact of the current pandemic in ports and terminals, and how to develop resilience.
3 Ways America Can Lead Maritime Innovation
In this whitepaper we explore speak with several professionals, from a maritime tech startup CEO to the Director of the NY Maritime Innovation Center, about America's place in maritime innovation.
New technologies a real threat to smart ports?
What impact do new technologies such as 5G and cloud computing could have on the security at smart ports, and what port infrastructure and services need to have in mind when mapping their assets to improve security? We sat down with David Nordell to find out.
Data & Automation - improving workflows and processes at ports
Head of Commercial and Business Development at Port of Valencia, Mar Chao Lopez, details how data standardisation and automation are important ports and terminals to improve workflows and processes.
The challenge of cyber security for ports ecosystems
We spoke with Chronis Kapalidis at the Smart Ports Summit in London to find out more about the cyber security challenges for port ecosystems with regards and how ports can look to safeguard themselves against cyber-attacks.
All Hands on Deck: Preparing for a Maritime Cyberattack
Lucky number 13 - we asked 13 Global cybersecurity and maritime experts about controlling cyberattacks. This is what they had to say.
Free ports, data, and the evolving role of port authorities
We spoke with Richard Ballantyne (Chief Executive at British Ports Association) at the event to find out more about the biggest factors in the evolving role of port authorities, data, and the transformational opportunity that Free ports represent to the UK.
Cyber Security Certifications: The Definitive Guide (2020)
The Cybersecurity Security field is primed for continued growth and significant expansion - Choosing the right Cybersecurity Certifications is a critical career choice that will ensure you don’t miss out on this mega-trend.
Data and standardisation - critical components for interoperability & port-centric growth
INFORM's Matthew Wittemeier speaks to us about the data and standardisation as two critical components for port-centric growth.
How just in time shipping was effortlessly accomplished in 4 steps
On the first day of the Smart Ports Summit attendees were treated to a proof of concept and panel discussion on just in time sailing. If you are unfamiliar with the concept of just in time sailing, it is a lean strategy based on coordinating ports, terminals and vessel operations through a real-time data exchange.
[Part Two] The future of wind propulsion solutions - adoption and finance
In part two of our interview with Gavin Allwright we discuss the effect of social and legislative changes and assess the opportunities and challenges of green finance. Gavin also shares the 5 P’s for the successful adoption of sustainable development and improve adoption of wind-assist and primary wind propulsion solutions.
3 in 1 Connectivity Whitepaper Bundle
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Shipping’s reactive nature will be its downfall
At Shipping2030 Asia (Part of Shipping Transformation Asia), Geir Isene (Head of Innovation, Dualog) was part of a panel discussing how to shipping companies can securing growth in the interoperable digital future. After his panel, we caught up with Mr. Isene to ask him a few questions. Geir Isene tells us why shipping needs to "get" digital talent and how people (end users) will win shipping's war for data
BWM: what we can expect to see from PPR 7 and MEPC 75?
Ahead of the BWMTech conference in London, 9 - 11 December 2019, we spoke with Dr Karayannis to ask him some questions about the Marine Environment Protection Committee, and what we can expect to see from PPR 7 and MEPC 75.
Autonomous shipping over the next 5-10 years
Few can argue that technology is an enabler for innovation as its value has been realised through smaller roles or applications within the shipping industry, but what does this transition towards autonomous shipping look like?
Wolfgang Lehmacher: Global Trade Identity, trends, challenges, and opportunities in Asia
As global supply chains are becoming increasingly digital in nature, we caught up with Wolfgang Lehmacher to discuss the challenges he foresees in the establishment of the Global Trade Identity (GTID), future trends for shipping, and his thoughts on the current US/ China trade war.
Satellite tracking shows how ships affect clouds, climate and sulphur emissions
By matching the movement of ships to the changes in clouds caused by their emissions, researchers have shown how strongly the two are connected.
Smart ports as digital exchanges and the next step in the maritime supply chain
We spoke with Piet Opstaele, Innovation Lead at Port of Antwerp, about the importance of smart ports in the development of the maritime supply chain, transparency, cyber threats at ports, and enabling cooperation with their clients.
Who will win shipping’s battle for data?
We know data is valuable. Companies that understand the true value of their data and leverage it intelligently are seeing continued growth. Are shipping businesses collecting the right data and using it in the right way?
Steve Saxon: estimated $30 billion value lost from maritime companies not exchanging information
We spoke with Steve Saxon (Partner at McKinsey & Company) about the growth of regional trade and the value collaboration brings to data.
The role of data and purpose in smart connected vessels – and who owns it?
The adoption of intelligent infrastructure and smart logistics has experienced a few hurdles, but nothing truly unexpected. Ahead of Shipping2030 Asia, Knect365 Maritime spoke with Mr. Faiola about digital transformation, connectivity, and the who really owns a ship’s data.