New technologies, shifts in the global economy and demographics, rapidly evolving consumer demands and environmental pressures are reshaping the market shipping serves.
Creating the future of shipping
The industry’s regulatory structure, communications, financing, commercial and operational practices are all out of synch with the digital age and are also failing to optimise its benefits.
Taking place on 22-23 March in Copenhagen, Shipping2030 Europe brings innovation to the forefront to provide the platform that the shipping industry needs to locate and share cutting-edge ideas and information. This event will provide a laser-focused look at the transformative technology entering the market and provide industry professionals with exclusive insights into new opportunities and digital models of doing business.
This year Shipping2030 is co-located with the Green Ship Technology conference (GST), the leading environmental shipping event in the industry calendar. These combined events offer an unprecedented opportunity for the entire industry, from ship owners to end-users, to acquire the tools they need to take advantage of the catalysts of change that are transforming shipping.
Key topics to be discussed include big data and data management, smart and autonomous ships, smart ports, ballast water & waste management, ship design, connectivity, new emerging technologies, vessel tracking and cyber security, air emissions, sustainability, blockchain and much more, delivered by experts at the forefront of digital and innovation in the industry.
Shipping2030 will be chaired by the world’s foremost “Blue” domain futurist and CEO of Futurenautics, KD Adamson.
Other speakers include:
• Oskar Levander, Vice President Innovation, Engineering & Technology, Marine at Rolls-Royce
• Niels Bruus, Head of Future Solutions, Fleet Management and Technology at Maersk Line A/S
• Edmund Hughes, Head, Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency, Marine Environment Division, IMO
• Mogens Schrøder Bech, Director, Maritime R&D, Danish Maritime Authority
• Heiko Kunst, DG Climate Action, European Commission
• Ulf Siwe, Communications Officer of the STM Validation Project, Swedish Maritime Administration
• Tom Strang, Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corporation & plc
• Kirsi Tikka, Executive Vice President, Global Marine, American Bureau of Shipping
Shipping2030 and Green Ship Technology is the premier forum for over 400 industry professionals to exchange ideas and engage with industry case studies and cutting edge information to create a profitable, digital and sustainable future of shipping.