Comments Off on Seatrade Maritime Middle East 29-31 October 2018 Dubai / 7th September 2018
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.
Comments Off on Digital Ship’s Maritime CIO Forum 29 August in Tokyo / 22nd August 2018
In this era of the connected ship, with increasing reliance on digital paradigms such as the cloud, IoT, sensors, remote monitoring, blockchain, electronic navigational systems, electronic data exchange, we are generating ever growing pools of data. But how does the ship owner control this data?
Comments Off on Digital Ship’s Maritime Big Data Forum, Oslo – 29 May 2018 / 27th April 2018
PulPaper, The Leading Event in the Forest Industry, Will be Held in Helsinki, Finland 29-31 May 2018
PulPaper is the leading exhibition and conference event in the forest industry’s calendar. It will be held in Helsinki, Finland on 29–-31 May 2018. The forest industry is experiencing a transition period as the environmental impact of the sector is known better than before. The event programme takes this into consideration with a strong environmental perspective.
Comments Off on PulPaper, The Leading Event in the Forest Industry, Will be Held in Helsinki, Finland 29-31 May 2018 / 27th April 2018
Revolutionary concepts, plus the evolution and advancement of existing platforms, are providing unparalleled growth opportunities for shipping (including related transport and supply chain infrastructure).
Comments Off on Digitalisation in Shipping to be Highlighted at The Maritime CIO Forum 2018 in Cyprus / 23rd February 2018
SMM will once again represent the expertise of the maritime industry in its entirety. With more than 2000 exhibitors, including industrial shipyards, ship fittings and operation equipment manufacturers, marine engineering suppliers and firms, manufacturers and providers of communications and navigation systems, and plenty of other sectors within the industry will be meeting more than 50,000 international visitors.
Comments Off on SMM 2018 From 4 to 7 September in Hamburg / 12th January 2018
Posidonia has long been established as a major calendar event of the shipping industry. Posidonia 2016 attracted the most influential personalities from the Greek and international shipping community, as well as the major companies and organisations active in all sectors of the shipping industry.
Comments Off on Posidonia 2018 to Take Place at the Metropolitan Expo Centre in Athens, Greece, 4-8 June / 29th December 2017
Interspill is the leading European oil spill exhibition and conference. They raise the potential issues that can happen in the event of future oil spills. Topics such as response and restoration, preparedness, and spill prevention.
Comments Off on Interspill 2018 Returns to London on 13-15 March / 29th December 2017
Building on the great response to the Maritime Cyber Resilience Forums in Rotterdam, Athens and Hamburg in 2017 we are pleased to confirm the next in our series: Digital Ship Cyber Resilience Rotterdam 15 February 2018 and Digital Ship Cyber Resilience Singapore 15 March 2018, during APM.
Comments Off on Cyber Security: Digital Ship Cyber Resilience 2018 / 22nd December 2017
“Maritime Cyprus 2017” offers the opportunity for shipping executives, owners, managers and delegates from other shipping organisations to discuss current issues of the maritime industry.
Comments Off on Maritime Cyprus Conference 08-11 October 2017 / 20th September 2017
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.
Comments Off on Digital Ship’s Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam 26 September / 13th September 2017
The shipping industry has begun to better understand the importance of communications, but only a few companies fully understand the true power of brand and the commercial opportunities that can be created when properly leveraged, according to Nick Blythe, Executive Director for leading global marine and energy PR and communications consultancy, BLUE Communications.
Comments Off on Shipping Industry Failing to Embrace the Power of Brand / 6th September 2017