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  • 29 Aug
    Ends:
    29 Aug, 2018

    Digital Ship Maritime CIO Forum Tokyo
    (Tokyo, Japan)

    Digital Ship is looking forward to returning to Japan with the Annual Maritime CIO Forum TOKYO on 29 August 2018. With plenary and interactive panel discussions during this one-day event, the focus will be on maritime innovation, digital disruption and smart transformation in shipping. * Full Translation service available on site in English & Japanese

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Maritime Event
01 Jan
Ends:
31 Dec, 2020

Metocean Awareness Course
(Global)

For offshore industries such as renewables and oil and gas, meteorological and oceanographic (metocean) conditions have a major impact on the design of facilities and their subsequent operations. Knowledge of wind, wave, current, water level and weather conditions is essential to contribute to optimum design and efficient operations. Sound use of metocean data and information can assist with improved safety and reduced costs. This 2 or 3 day course takes place in several locations throughout the world.

Maritime Event
01 Jan
Ends:
31 Dec, 2025

Marine Machinery Plant Management

The course is intended for junior engineers who have just completed cadetship and are building experience for second engineering certificate, as well as second engineers who require revision before their Chief Engineer’s certificate. To benefit fully from this course, students will ideally have completed at least six to nine months in the engine room either as engine room watch keepers or under instruction to become an engine room watch keeper.

Maritime Event
29 Aug
Ends:
29 Aug, 2018

Digital Ship Maritime CIO Forum Tokyo
(Tokyo, Japan)

Digital Ship is looking forward to returning to Japan with the Annual Maritime CIO Forum TOKYO on 29 August 2018. With plenary and interactive panel discussions during this one-day event, the focus will be on maritime innovation, digital disruption and smart transformation in shipping. * Full Translation service available on site in English & Japanese

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Aviation Event
05 Sep
Ends:
07 Sep, 2018

inter airport China
(Beijing, China)

International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design & Services in China

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Aviation Event
05 Sep
Ends:
07 Sep, 2018

Aviation Festival 2018
(London, United Kingdom)

The Aviation Festival is an exhibition and award winning conference that has grown to become one of the largest and most established aviation shows in the world today. The Festival continues to grow and attract a large audience of airlines, airports and travel technology companies from around the world and covers: - World Low Cost Airlines Congress: Still a large part of the festival, drawing in low cost carriers from around the world year on year - AirXperience: Innovation in passenger experience technology for the world's airlines - IFEC: The in-flight entertainment and communications show - Air Retail Show: Retail strategy, merchandising and innovation - Aviation IT Show: Digital Transformation, data and infrastructure for the world's airlines, airports and partners - Airport T.EX: Technology and experience for the world's airports - Aviation Loyalty: Loyalty, revenue and retention for the world's airlines and airports - Aviation Marketing: Digital and social media strategies for the world's airlines and airports - AIVIATION: AI, data driven technology and the future of aviation - Aviation Festival Exhibition - On-Floor Seminars, Innovation Hub, Start-Up Zone and leading suppliers with the latest solutions. Full details at http://www.terrapinn.com/aviation

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Maritime Event
05 Sep
Ends:
05 Sep, 2018

Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum
(Hamburg, Germany)

Building on the great success of the Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum in Rotterdam, Athens, Singapore and Hamburg last year, the 3 key sessions during this Digital Ship’s Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum Hamburg will contain plenary presentations and panel discussions: Session One: Facing the Cyber Threat: An Overview of Maritime Cyber Challenges and Focus on Building Resilience Session Two: Business Planning and Cyber Preparedness Session Three: Training, Awareness & Human Factor

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Aviation Event
06 Sep
Ends:
06 Sep, 2018

6th USCAS - US Corporate Aviation Summit
(Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA)

Following the previous success of USCAS, the 6th summit will provide the platform for manufacturers and operators as well as any organization interested in this marketplace, to explore all aspects affecting the future of this industry.

Maritime Event
10 Sep
Ends:
14 Sep, 2018

The Oxford Bunker Course 2018 - September
(Oxford, United Kingdom)

The Oxford Bunker Course is a world-renowned five-day intensive residential training course, designed for newcomers to the business and for those who may already have some experience.

Aviation Event
10 Sep
Ends:
10 Sep, 2018

CIS Business Aviation Symposium
(Baku, Azerbaijan)

This new conference will explore the latest developments in the aviation sector of the CIS and new business opportunities and challenges. It will also provide the platform for manufacturers and operators as well as any organization interested in this marketplace, to explore all aspects affecting the future of this industry. It is a unique opportunity to debate the future of aviation, learn about the latest developments, discuss different business models, enhance our knowledge about the regional market, learn about the regional infrastructure development, and network with leading experts.

Maritime Event
11 Sep
Ends:
11 Sep, 2018

The 5th Annual International Shipowning & Shipmanagement Summit
(London, United Kingdom)

The 5th Annual International Shipowning & Shipmanagement Summit will focus on the latest key developments for shipowners and ship managers returns to London in 2018. This one day Summit will conclude with a cocktail reception for all participants.

Maritime Event
17 Sep
Ends:
21 Sep, 2018

Portugal Shipping Week 2018
(Lisbon, Portugal)

Shipping Innovation and the Portuguese Ministry of the Sea are delighted to announce they have joined forces to launch the inaugural Portugal Shipping Week. The week-long event will be chaired by Portuguese Minister of the Sea Ana Paula Vitorino. Populated by a large number of events run by industry supporting organisations as well as sponsors, Portugal Shipping Week will showcase Portugal’s role as a global shipping and logistics maritime centre.

Aviation Event
18 Sep
Ends:
18 Sep, 2018

Engine Leasing Seminar
(London, United Kingdom)

A look at the Future & Trends for Engine Leasing Considerations for short and long term leasing Legal Issues—What’s New Managing a Lease Return Factors to consider when selecting an engine How to maintain focus on your engine maintenance cost expenditure Pratt & Whitney—Geared Turbofan Update Learn how to budget, evaluate and manage your engine maintenance costs

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Aviation Event
19 Sep
Ends:
19 Sep, 2018

Transactional Support & Risk Management
( London. United Kingdom)

A Training Seminar focussing on the issues involved in aviation investment risk management and the extensive transactional support that it requires – this is a “must-have” information and skills set for today’s air finance professional. The in-depth programme will provide the information required by several groups of aviation professionals such as bankers, operators’ technical managers, asset lessors and lessees, and legal and other professional advisors concerned with minimizing risk and maximizing opportunities in aviation financing and management, others seeking new aviation investment opportunities and anyone with on-going exposure to asset-related risk. Who should attend All those involved in the financing, leasing, operation and supply and management of aviation

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Aviation Event
19 Sep
Ends:
19 Sep, 2018

7th Annual MBA - Mediterranean Business Aviation
(Sliema, Malta)

The 7th Annual MBA Summit will provide the platform for manufacturers and operators as well as any organization interested in this exciting marketplace, to explore all aspects affecting the future of this industry.

Maritime Event
24 Sep
Ends:
26 Sep, 2018

Shipping2030 Asia
(Singapore)

Digitalize Your Fleet. Maintain Your Bottom Line. Gain fresh insights into business strategies, trends, technologies, processes & projects transforming ships through digitalization.

Maritime Event
24 Sep
Ends:
26 Sep, 2018

Global Liner Shipping Asia
(Singapore)

Global Liner Shipping will provide you with an in-depth analysis of the DNA of (digital) Shipping, business and strategies, mergers & acquisitions, market consolidation and industry collaboration. Co-located with Shipping2030 where 250+ leaders and innovator will discuss new trends in digitalization.

Maritime Event
25 Sep
Ends:
27 Sep, 2018

2nd Baltic Ports & Shipping 2018
(Riga, Latvia)

Baltic Ports and Shipping is the biggest annual Maritime Ports, Shipping and Transport Logistics Exhibition and Conference for the Baltic region.

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Maritime Event
25 Sep
Ends:
26 Sep, 2018

Port & Terminal Concessions Course (Rotterdam) 2018
(Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

The objective of the Port & Terminal Concessions course – taking place in Rotterdam on 25 - 26 September 2018 - is to enable participants to implement a successful long-term port Public Private Partnership by providing guidelines for an optimal tender process and sharing in depth knowledge on valuable, bankable and enforceable port concession agreements.

Maritime Event
26 Sep
Ends:
26 Sep, 2018

Digital Ship Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam
(Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Digital Ship's Annual Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam is a one day event with many networking opportunities. Through 3 clearly defined plenary sessions, an innovations & Ideas Lunch, and informative question and answer panel sessions, we will bring together representatives to discuss the future of digitalisation in the industry.

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Maritime Event
02 Oct
Ends:
05 Oct, 2018

20th Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition
(Singapore)

The World’s Largest and most influential Bunkering Event

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Aviation Event
02 Oct
Ends:
02 Oct, 2018

The Principles of Aircraft Valuations and Appraisals
(Daytona Beach, FL, USA)

All Seminar Participants will receive an official Certificate of Completion! Accredited ASA appraiser members will receive Eight Hours of Continuing Education!

Maritime Event
08 Oct
Ends:
10 Oct, 2018

BunkerExperience 2018 - Singapore
(Singapore)

The three-day BunkerExperience Course presents an unbeatable combination of intensive classroom teaching and real-life bunkering experience.

Road Event
09 Oct
Ends:
09 Oct, 2018

Next steps for low emission vehicles - innovation, investment and delivery
(Central London, United Kingdom)

This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss key issues for the development of low emission transport in the UK. Delegates will discuss the potential impact of the planned Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill - which seeks to improve the availability of electric charge points and insurance for driverless cars - as well as looking at commitments set out in the Clean Growth Strategy to further develop transport infrastructure and take advantage of emerging technologies. Planned sessions discuss the challenges for promoting innovation in hybrid and battery technology, the opportunities for vehicle-to-grid technologies following the announcement of £30 million funding for the schemes, priorities for attracting investment in new types of electric vehicles, and the further action that might be taken to lower emission levels in line with the targets laid out in the Paris Agreement. Attendees will also consider the way ahead for developing the electric vehicles market and infrastructure, in light of the BEIS Select Committee inquiry, and the prospects for the increased electrification of private and public transport.

Maritime Event
09 Oct
Ends:
09 Oct, 2018

Vessel Performance Optimisation
(Singapore)

Higher fuel prices, tighter regulation, and a commitment to a greener future are changing the way the shipping industry does business. Greater insight into vessel performance is available through high-tech monitoring systems and digital twins, but it is vital to understand why a parameter is being monitored and what the data shows in order to adjust a vessel’s operation to make it more efficient and attractive to charterers. The 2020 sulphur-in-fuel oil cap brings new challenges. Largely, the availability of fuel and the consequences to shipowners and operators if obtaining compliant fuel is not possible. With more fuel blends available to meet the 0.5 per cent limit, no two ports will supply the exact same composition of fuel. Even a slight change in quality between fuels can lead to substantial issues with engine performance and breakdown, as the recent problem in the US Gulf illustrates. The industry needs clarity on which fuels will be available and where they will be to make decisions now for 2020. Ships may choose to retrofit scrubbers or covert to LNG to avoid the problem of low sulphur fuel availability. They require larger CAPEX investments, but OPEX may be lower as low sulphur fuel costs are expected to rise. Shipowners and operators must weigh up the options and understand which investments make financial sense and what financial assistance they may be able to obtain. VPO Singapore 2018 will consist of three key sessions to identify and discuss the approaches to better ship performance through monitoring, fuel management, and financing technologies for change.

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Maritime Event
10 Oct
Ends:
10 Oct, 2018

Maritime CIO Forum, Singapore
(Singapore)

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 providing 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 from A to B 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 in front of us and re-define digitalisation in maritime and transport.

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