Conference Outline - Correct as at 27/04/17
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0800 – Registration and Tea/Coffee kindly sponsored by Globecomm
Session 1: The Maritime Satcom Summit - Investigating the evolution of maritime mobility and connectivity
This opening session of the day will look at how Innovation & Evolution in Maritime Connectivity is changing the landscape by improving operational agility, creating enhanced efficiency and above all reducing costs for the ship owner and manager.
1115 - Tea/Coffee Break kindly sponsored by Intelsat
Session 2: Managing Maritime Cyber Resilience - A look at maritime cyber security, safety and risk
This expert led session will look at how the industry is reacting to the advent of increased cyber threats borne out of the growing use of cloud and IoT applications, the number of devices used, and larger ships but fewer crew - meaning even more reliance on automation and remote monitoring. The Forum will discuss what policies, guidelines and best practices are already in place, and how the industry can identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk. The Forum will also ask if there is a gulf between perception and reality, and what are the real business risks?
1300 - Q&A followed by Lunch kindly sponsored by Lars Thrane A/S
1415 - Roundtable Sessions
Roundtable 5: TBC
1500 - Roundtable summariesfollowed byshort changeover break
1530 - Tea/Coffee Break kindly sponsored by Kinnetik Solutions
Session 3: The iShipping Revolution - How big data, IoT and analytics are bringing about a shift in smart shipping - and how can we harness disruptive influence to deliver innovation and opportunity.
Transformation, digitalization, disruptive influence, innovation. These words and phrases are being used more and more and being held up as the drivers of all change and development - not just in our sector but throughout industry. But what do they mean, and what can they do for us in the shipping sector? We know that the maritime sector is on the cusp of dramatic change - how can we harness all this date and all information to build our own businesses and make them smarter, safer, and more sustainable?