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Digital Ship Maritime CIO Forum Hamburg

From: 24 Apr, 2018 until: 24 Apr, 2018

Location: Hamburg, Germany


Event Summary

Digital Ship returns to Germany to host the next in our series of Maritime CIO Forums in the port city of Hamburg on 24 April 2018, where we will identify the real digital legacy in front of us and truly re-define digitalisation in maritime and transport.

Location

Venue: Empire Riverside Hotel , Tel: +49 40 31 11 9 – 0; Fax: +49 40 31 11 9 - 70 601; http://www.empire-riverside.de/

Address: Empire Riverside Hotel, Bernhard-Nocht-Strasse 97, 20359, Hamburg, Germany

https://www.google.dk/maps/place/Empire+Riverside+Hotel+Hamburg/@53.547284,9.963452,15z/data=%214m2%213m1%211s0x0:0x4386bf6c75636aab?sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj66sWjyrfSAhUJ3iwKHaQGDtcQ_BIImwEwDQ

Full details

Shipping is waking up to a new age where digitalisation is re-shaping the world and creating increased opportunity for development and innovation. Revolutionary concepts plus the evolution and advancement of existing platforms are providing unparalleled growth opportunities for shipping and related transport and supply chain infrastructure. But achieving digital success requires knowledge and understanding, and an ability to drive your company's digital thinking and transformation rather than be driven by it.

 

Returning to Hamburg on 24 April, we will investigate how we can harness these opportunities and will debate which are going to stick and really make a difference. We will ask how we can identify the real digital legacy in front of us and truly re-define digitalisation in maritime and transport.

 

This one-day conference will include plenary, panel, and Q&A sessions as well as many networking opportunities, including a post-conference reception for all participants.  Sessions will include:

Session 1: The Maritime Satcom Summit

Investigating the evolution of maritime mobility and connectivity

 

Session 2: Harnessing Cyber Resilience and Managing Risk

A look at maritime cyber security, safety and risk

 

Session 3: The iShipping Revolution

Redefining Digitalisation in Maritime

 

Session 4: Roundtable Discussion Groups

Focused on solutions and business strategy

To include: The business impact of maritime VSAT; Big Data platforms and collaborations; Maritime cyber security and resilience; Blockchain technologies; GDPR relevance to the shipping industry; Vessel performance optimisation and more.

 

Speakers confirmed to attend include:

 

Neville Smith, Director, Mariner Communications

Stefan Meyer, Senior Sales Manager, Marlink

Ken Munro, Security Entrepreneur & Writer, Pen Test Partners

Oksana Näser, CIO, Rickmers Shipmanagement

Sue Terpilowski, President, WISTA UK, Chair, CILT Ports, Maritime & Waterways

Marek Lipiec, Managing Director, DS Tankers GmbH & Co. KG.

Robert Squire, Director, Thales Certus

Rob O’Dwyer, Editor, Digital Ship

Claude Rousseau, Research Director, Northern Sky Research (NSR)

Barbara Bersani, Head of Sales ESMEA, Marlink

Wouter Deknopper, Vice President & General Manager, Maritime, Iridium

Michael Carter, Sales Director EMEA - Network and Data Services, Telenor Satellite

Joe Apa, Vice President Maritime, Central, Northern Europe & US, Speedcast

Florent Rizzo, Senior Consultant, Euroconsult

Martin Jarrold, Chief, International Programme Development, Co-Chair, Maritime SatCom Forum, GVF

Bridget Cosgrave, Managing Director, Every European Digital

Walter Hannemann, Product Manager, Dualog

 

The event will include many networking opportunities, including a post conference Networking Reception on 24 April open to all attendees.

 

Event contact: gabi@thedigitalship.com

URL: https://www.hamburg.thedigitalship.com/

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