Taking place on the 22-23 March in Copenhagen, Shipping 2030 Europe brings innovation to the forefront to provide the platform that the shipping industry needs to locate and share cutting-edge ideas and information.

Image Line’s MD Sue Terpilowski is speaking at Shipping2030, tackling issues surrounding the digitalisation of port operations. She will be part of a panel alongside Bogdan Oldakowski, Secretary General at Baltic Ports Organization and Panayiotis Mitrou, Technology and Innovation, Manager, Marine & Offshore and Business Development at Hellenic Lloyd’s. They will discuss how technology is dramatically changing port productivity – a change that is becoming more and more tangible and how quickly and successfully can ports and terminals move forward?

This year Shipping 2030 will be chaired by the world’s foremost “Blue” domain futurist and CEO of Futurenautics, KD Adamson and co-located with the Green Ship Technology conference, the leading environmental shipping event in the industry calendar. The combination of these events offers a unique opportunity for the entire industry to acquire the tools they need to take of advantage of the changes that are transforming shipping and to create a profitable, digital and sustainable future for the shipping industry.

Asides from smart ports, key topics that will be explored at the event are big data and data management, smart and autonomous ships, ballast water and waste management, ship design, connectivity, new emerging technologies, vessel tracking and cyber security, air emissions, sustainability and blockchain.

 

See full details of Sue’s appearance below:

Thursday 23rd March 2017

Future of Green and Smart Ports

11:30- 11:35

Chair’s Introduction

Sue Terpilowski OBE

11:35 – 11:55

The Move to ‘Smart’ Ports

11:55 – 12:15

How Will Digitisation Change Port Operations?

Sue Terpilowski OBE

12:15 – 12:35

Introducing Electric Bunkering Infrastructure: The ELEMED Project

Establishing cold ironing and electric bunkering infrastructure in the eastern mediterranean Corridor

Carrying out studies in Port of Limassol, Port of Piraeus, Port of Kyllini and Port of Koper

Formulating a solid framework for regulation, safety and training processes

Panayiotis Mitrou, Technology and Innovation, Manager, Marine & Offshore, Business Development at Hellenic Lloyd’s

12:35 -12:55

The Baltic as a model region for green ports – regulations, investments, incentives and challenges

Bogdan Oldakowski, Secretary General, Baltic Ports Orgainsation

12:55– 13:10

Q&A Panel Discussion