Danmark som driver for
fremtidens smarte skibsfart

ShippingLab er et non-profit innovation- og projektsamarbejde for partnerne i Det Blå Danmark.

Formål

Danmark skal være driver for fremtidens smarte skibsfart.

ShippingLab er et non-profit innovation- og projektsamarbejde for partnerne i Det Blå Danmark. Fordi de største udfordringer ikke kan løftes alene men løses i fællesskab.

Du er inviteret

Deltag i opstarten af ShippingLab og vær med til at definere udviklingen. Du får –

  • adgang til viden og nye kompetencer
  • entreprenante medarbejdere
  • kommende konkurrencefordele
  • mulighed for støtte, testadgang og lavere risiko

 

Projektforslag modtages

Vi arbejder hen mod en samlet ansøgning til Innovationsfondens ‘Grand Solutions’ i august 2018 med en porteføjle af aktiviteter.

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1. Pitch Template

2. Proposal Template

4. Budget Template

5. Motivation & CVs

Fokus på fem temaer

Projektforslag udviklet over de seneste måneder kan grupperes indenfor fem temaer. Kontakt Rune Hahn Kristensen (rk@shippinglab.dk) eller koordinatorerne for hvert tema direkte for mere information.

Tema

Beskrivelse

1. Digitaliseret skibsoperation

En model-baseret tilgang og gode, pålidelige data skal gøre det muligt for besætning og land at træffe bedre beslutninger. Resultatet er den ‘digitale tvilling’ – en computermodel, som kan benyttes til digitalt at optimere drift – samt fejlsøge, udvikle og afprøve nyt udstyr bedre og hurtigere. Vi vil bruge den stærke tradition og know-how i Danmark til at skabe et ‘centre of excellence’ og tiltrække operatører og yderligere udvikling.

2. Automatisering og autonomi

Teknologiudvikling og nye kompetencer indenfor uafhængig navigation og maskinovervågning skal øge sikkerheden og reducere omkostninger fra operationen. Fokus er indenfor de områder, hvor Danmark er i front rent forskningsmæssigt og udstyrsleverandører kan modne produkter, hvor delelementer kan afprøves allerede i dag.

3. CO2-reduktion og emissionsfrit

Målsætningen med dette projekt er at demonstrere emission- og fossilfri energiforsyning ombord på eksisterende skibe, hvor et fælles test setup skal gøre resultaterne sammenlignelige. Første milepæl er uafhængige havneanløb uden CO2-udledning for store skibe – et skridt på vejen mod elektrificering og det helt emissionsfrie skib. CO2-udfordringen kan kun løses i fællesskab – og ved at investere nu, har vi en ambition om at gøre ‘grøn transport’ til en konkurrenceparameter.

4. Maritim teknologi og cirkulær økonomi

Hensigten er at være bannerfører med en cirkulær økonomi-tilgang til bæredygtighed og automatiseret ophug af skibe i Danmark. Automationsteknologien skal udvikles og de økonomiske, teknologiske og organisatoriske aspekter skal belyses, inden der kan etableres effektive cirkulær økonomi-baserede innovationscentre omkring ophug og genanvendelse i danske havne.

5. Integreret logistik og nye forretningsmuligheder

Automatisering af processer, fjernelse af data-siloer og digitalisering fra ende-til-ende skal effektivisere og binde logistik-flowet sammen mellem skib, havn, og speditør. Danmark skal være et videnscenter for integreret logistik til gavn for danske redere, havne og teknologileverandører på et globalt marked.

Theme 1: Digital ship operations – Denmark as centre of excellence for digital ship operations and vessels performance

Our objective is to develop the tool-sets for an efficient operation of todays and tomorrow’s fleet. We expect to empower vessel crew and onshore support to make better decisions, using reliable data and a model-driven approach. How do we go from A to B in the most cost-effective way considering time and fuel consumption? How do we detect performance deviations and how do we diagnose and optimize equipment usage, both real-time and for maintenance planning?
Today, foreign operators relocate to Denmark because of attractive legal and industrial conditions. By integrating data and operational know-how, we aim to create a centre of excellence for digital ship operations – and thereby set up a value proposition for attracting operators to Denmark.
Coordinator:
Marie Lützen, SIMAC (mal@simac.dk)
Niels Gorm Rytter, AAU (i9nr@mp.aau.dk)
Participating organizations in the scoping phase include – Alfa Laval, C-LOG, DFDS, DTU, FORCE, J. Lauritzen, Logimatic, Maersk Tankers, MAN Diesel & Turbo, SDU, TORM, VP Solutions, AAU

Theme 2: Automation and autonomy – develop core technologies and competences for unattended navigation and machinery supervision

In this project, we aim to make proof of concept demonstration of selected technologies that improve safety and reduce operational costs: electronic outlook, collision and grounding avoidance, auto-berthing, autonomous machine room supervision, and more. Such technologies will enable commuters in more sparsely parts of Denmark, dependent on small inland ferries to travel flexibly by having more regular or on-demand ferries. Furthermore, by reducing operational costs for short sea shipping, cargo will be removed from roads to more sustainable self-navigating cargo vessels.
Focus will be on areas, where research in Denmark is in front and where vendors could mature certain functions into commercialized products. The final integration will be based on open architecture and companion standards, to make it possible for vendors to supply equipment and deliver modular services.. A modular approach also makes it possible for ship owners to try out elements of the technology already today and begin data collection on existing vessels.
Denmark has a strong position within automation and this project will be a flagship demonstration to attract international attention and investments.
Coordinator:
Mogens Blanke, DTU (mb@elektro.dtu.dk)
Participating organizations in the scoping phase include – Danelec Marine, Dansk Brandteknisk Institut, DFDS, DTU, Fyns Maritime Klynge, Færgen, Lloyds, Logimatic, MAN Diesel & Turbo, NAVICON, SIMAC, Stigsborg Havnefront, Søfartsstyrelsen, Tuco Marine, Wärtsila-Lyngsø Marine, AAU

Theme 3: Decarbonization & zero emissions – how do we enable the green transition in shipping

By 2050, shipping must reduce CO2 emissions by at least 50% according to the latest IMO/MEPC72 agreements. This can only be done with the introduction of more fuel-efficient technologies in combination with adoption of new, fossil free fuels. In this project, we aim to establish a test setup enabling verification and knowledge-sharing of low emission technology. The intent is to demonstrate zero emission alternative power supplies on existing vessels during port operations – starting with hybrid fuel cells, stand-alone batteries, and alternative fuels in traditional engines (with NOx removal). For the successful technologies, large-scale implementation is possible, because of emission constraints enforced by 2020+. Further and more importantly, these technologies are a step towards electrification, on the road to the fully decarbonized vessel in a not too distant future.
Today, the demand for green innovation comes mainly from regulation and a desire to save fuel costs. However, with this project we also intend to explore a broader roadmap to a green transition. What steps can we take within shipping to create market awareness and enable consumers and cargo owners to decide their emission footprint? Based on experience from our test platform, what does zero emission shipping actually cost and are consumers willing to pay the difference?
Decarbonization is a challenge too big for anyone to handle separately. By investing in green technology, we work together to comply with regulation – but with an ambition to make ‘green transport’ a competitive edge.
Coordinator:
Majbrit Hoppe, Fyns Maritime Klynge (mghop@udviklingfyn.dk)
Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Green Ship of the Future (akbj@mek.dtu.dk)
Participating organizations in the scoping phase include – Adnox, Ballard Power Systems Europe, Callenberg A/S, Danske Maritime, Danske Rederier, DFDS, DNV-GL, DTU, FORCE Technology, Fyns Maritime Klynge, Green Ship of the Future , Maersk Line, Maersk Tankers, Nordic Green, Renewable Energy Solutions, SDU, Teknologisk Institut, Umicore

Theme 4: Maritime technology & circular economy – from waste to value

This project aims to promote and lead a circular economy model around sustainable and automated vessel recycling in Denmark. There are two objectives: firstly, to advance technology and automation for closed-loop, sustainable vessel recycling, and secondly, to explore the economic, technological and organizational feasibility of effectively creating circular economy innovation hubs around vessel recycling in key maritime areas in Denmark.
Today, CAD-connected (smart) robots can build ships by starting from the bottom, and even perform non-repetitive tasks. We believe that smart robots might do the reverse process and sustainably cut the ship down from the top. Demand for machinery and infrastructure to dispose of ships and rigs in a sound, safe and environmentally friendly manner is forecasted to increase. It poses an opportunity for Denmark to lead a transition towards sustainable, closed-loop (cradle-to-cradle) vessel recycling.
The project addresses various unresolved economic, social, environmental and health-related challenges in vessel design and construction, operation, and recycling. Among the most prominent challenges are the lack of proper incentives for ship owners to comply with existing regulations, economic inefficiencies, and the occupational health risks and severe environmental hazards of ship recycling as practiced today.
In short, this project will contribute to new value creation for the ports and different sectors of the maritime industry.
Coordinator:
Henrik Sornn-Friese, CBS (hsf.ino@cbs.dk)
Participating organizations in the scoping phase include – CBS, Gemba Seafood Consulting/Gemba Innovation, Litehauz, MARCOD, Njord Law Firm, Orskov Yard, PJ Diesel Engineering, Port of Frederikshavn, SDU

Theme 5: Integrated logistics & new business models – from road to sea

This project aims to remove data-silos between ship, ports, freight-forwarders, etc., and thus create new business opportunities with seamless digital integration in logistics. We envisage achieving end-to-end digitalization and optimization of the Ro-Ro shipping supply chain, including processes for haulage, gate and yard, load and discharge operations for cargo units (trailers, trucks, etc.). The project should develop and test relevant technologies for decision support tools and validate the commercial benefits of these, and finally – deliver a plan for how vendors can commercialize solutions and how end users (ports and shipping companies) can sequence their implementation of solutions and succeed in practice. If port operations are made more efficient (cost, time), vessels may reduce average speed on the sea to save fuel and overall environmental footprint. How do we use this data to optimize operation of the fleet for improved vessel utilization, bunker strategy and deployment planning?
Denmark is already a leading global player in liner shipping. In a few years, short sea shipping will be revolutionized with the advent of small cargo vessels using unattended navigation. Such technology has potential to move cargo from roads to more sustainable waterborne transport – but to do so require that current inefficiencies in data integration between port and vessel have been removed.
Coordinator:
Dario Pacino, DTU (darpa@dtu.dk)
Participating organizations in the scoping phase include – DFDS, DTU, Maersk Tankers, AAU

Projektforslag

Projektforslagene fokuserer på et visionært og langsigtet mål – med et konkret løsningsforslag i tankerne. Kontaktpersonen for de enkelte forslag kan svare på spørgsmål vedrørende forslagene. Deadline for at indsende et 1-sides projektforslag er 15. maj.

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Tema
Vision – How might we
Kontaktperson

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Vessel performance

Help asset managers optimize vessel-based operations

Marco Chiarandini, SDU (marco@imada.sdu.dk)

2

Decarbonization

Support shipowners in the green transition

Majbrit Hoppe, Fyns Maritime Klynge (mghop@udviklingfyn.dk)

3

Decarbonization

Enable consumers to compare transportation sustainability

Melina Kourantidou, SDU (mkour@sam.sdu.dk)

4

Automation & Autonomy

Enable flexible commuting by an on-demand ferry

Mogens Blanke, DTU (mb@elektro.dtu.dk)

5

Integrated Logistics

Integrate planning in maritime supply chains

Dario Pacino, DTU (darpa@dtu.dk)

6

Digitalization

Make it easier for equipment manufacturers to share data and use them to improve uptime and performance of (CONNECTED) equipments and in turn increase efficiency of shipping

Atanu Chaudhuri, AAU (atanu@business.aau.dk)

7

Maritime Technology / Circular Economy

Develop circular economy hubs around maritime industry

Henrik Sornn-Friese, CBS (hsf.ino@cbs.dk)

8

Automation & Autonomy

Harness technology to improve passenger safety in the context of autonomous shipping

Evangelos Boukas, AAU (eb@mp.aau.dk)

9

Decarbonization

Establish a test platform to enable verification of low emission technologies

Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Green Ship of the Future (akbj@dtu.dk)

10

Vessel Performance

Help shipowners create transparency around fuel consumption

Jakob Buus Petersen, VP Solutions (jbp@vpsolutions.dk)

11

Vessel Performance

Help the fleet manager make best investment decisions based on data

Martin Nielsen, C-LOG (mani@c-log.io)

12

Digitalization / Maritime Technology

Enhance performance and maintenance from ship operations by accessing and diagnosing onboard data

Bodil Nielsen, Alfa Laval (bodil.nielsen@alfalaval.com)

13

Automation & Autonomy

Establish autonomous supervision of external & internal situation

Mogens Blanke, DTU (mb@elektro.dtu.dk)

14

Decarbonization / Digitalization

Help new equipment suppliers document/demonstrate the emission reduction effect in real life operation

Majbrit Hoppe, Fyns Maritime Klynge (mghop@udviklingfyn.dk)

Nogle projektforslag bør koordineres

Forslagene kan grupperes i ca. 5-6 temaer. En koordinator er blevet udpeget for hvert tema i forsøget på at reducere overlap og konsolidere de forskellige forslag til et integreret projekt. Hvis et indsendt forslag lægger sig tæt op ad et af temaerne, så vil du blive sat i kontakt med koordinatoren for dette tema, når projektforslaget indsendes. Kontakt Rune Hahn Kristensen (rk@shippinglab.dk) eller koordinatorerne direkte for mere information.

Tema
Koordinator

Decarbonization

Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Green Ship of the Future (akbj@mek.dtu.dk)
Majbrit Hoppe, Fyns Maritime Klynge (mghop@udviklingfyn.dk)

Automation & Autonomy

Mogens Blanke, DTU (mb@elektro.dtu.dk)

Digital Ship & Vessel Performance

Niels Gorm Rytter, AAU (i9nr@mp.aau.dk)
Marie Lützen, SIMAC (mal@simac.dk)

Integrated Logistics

Dario Pacino, DTU (darpa@dtu.dk)

Maritime Technology & Circular Economy

Henrik Sornn-Friese, CBS (hsf.ino@cbs.dk)

Beslutningskriterier

Projekter skal være i tråd med regeringens vækstplan og styrke porteføljen af ShippingLab’s aktiviteter for at være med i den fælles ansøgning til ‘Grand Solutions’ programmet hos Innovationsfonden. Hvis det bliver nødvendigt at vælge mellem projekter, så har styregruppen bag ShippingLab besluttet at se på følgende kriterier i forbindelse med udvælgelsen.

Kriterier

Growth plan

Project is in-line with the government’s maritime growth plan.

Horizon

Project delivers benefits on both short- and long-term.

Value & Growth

It is clear, how this project generates value for partners and stimulates growth in Denmark (jobs, taxable profits).

State-of-the-art

Project couples latest research with technology development and industry demand in a new and novel way.

Application

Project application & budget overview is well-written.

Team

A strong team is behind the proposal with a clear commitment to deliver. Minimum 2 companies and 1 research institution.

Plan & Implementation

A doable plan and strategy exists on how to execute project itself – and how results can be scaled afterwards.

Kommende workshops

Kom med til et af de næste arrangementer for at sætte fart på projektforslagene.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Vision

ShippingLab er et partnerskab om forskning, udvikling og innovation i Det Blå Danmark.

Visionen er, at Danmark skal være driver for fremtidens smarte skibsfart.

Ved at realisere fremsynede projekter bidrages til løsningen af samfundsudfordringer og skabelsen af konkurrencefordele. Der sigtes på:

  • At fremskynde den maritime teknologiudvikling og -anvendelse.
  • At udfordre systembarrierer og rammevilkår.
  • At skabe værdi på kort, mellem og lang sigt – konkurrencefordele, arbejdspladser, m.v.
  • At synliggøre fremtidens kompetencebehov
  • At formidle den opnåede viden i Danmark og internationalt.

ShippingLab inddrager og favner bredt ved at inkludere hele værdikæden i Det Blå Danmark – fra etablerede virksomheder til underskoven af nye virksomheder, universiteter og maritime professionsskoler, GTS-institutter, organisationer og offentlige styrelser m.v.

Projekterne drives af medlemmerne, mens ansvaret for den røde tråd i projektporteføljen hviler på ShippingLabs styregruppe. Projekter i ShippingLab skal have et erklæret formål og støtte visionen. Projekterne skal styrke forskning, udvikling, afprøvning og validering af innovative løsninger.

Målsætningen er, at ShippingLab skal udvikle sig til en blivende udviklingsplatform i Det Blå Danmark, som kontinuerligt modner nye idéer og fornyer projektporteføljen.

Fremsynede projekter

Vi ønsker at realisere projekter indenfor tre kategorier – de visionære demonstrationsprojekter, korte projekter som sigter mod konkret indsamling af fakta og ny viden, samt aktiviteter som understøtter data- og vidensdeling i Det Blå Danmark.

Visionært
  • Et større projekt med en samlende vision, som inspirerer og fanger opmærksomhed. En teknologidemonstration, som skaber efterspørgsel og trækker udviklingen fremad.
  • Tidsramme: 2-4 år
  • Et samarbejde med flere partnere, GTS, forskning, samt mindre og større virksomheder. Projektet ledes af en stor virksomhed, som garant for investering og vilje til gennemførsel.
Visionær illustration
  • Afprøvning af teknologi eller forretningsmodel med henblik på at tilegne specifik viden. Teknisk sandkasse til at bygge en prototype eller ”lege” med den seneste teknologi eller forskning. Temaet er ‘hvad kan vi lære’.
  • Tidsramme: 3-6 måneder
  • Samarbejde mellem store og små aktører. Fokus på vidensdeling og entreprenørånd, f.eks. hvor partnerne samles til korte sprints i projektperioden.
  • Projekter med henblik på at dele data og videreformidle viden i Det Blå Danmark.
  • Aktiviteter som understøtter innovation, entreprenørskab og åbent samarbejde indenfor ShippingLab – og som kontinuerligt modner nye idéer og fornyer porteføljen af aktiviteter.

Temaer

Hvilke temaer skal vi fokusere på i ShippingLab? Emnerne er endnu ikke fastlagte og bidrag er meget velkomne.

Så derfor – hvordan kommer Det Blå Danmark i front indenfor den hurtigt voksende maritime digitalisering og automatisering? Hvordan øger vi efterspørgslen på ‘Quality Shipping’ og grøn transport – og skaber nye forretningsmuligheder på basis heraf?

Listen nedenfor er dynamisk og vil blive udviklet i takt med de indkomne forslag.

Digitalization

How can Blue Denmark become the hub for maritime digitalization?

We would like more aspects of the maritime business to be streamlined with digital solutions. How can we make that happen?

How can Blue Denmark continue to be the frontrunners of green solutions?

We would like to drive consumer demand for green maritime transportation. We would like to demonstrate that zero emission solutions exist. How can we make that happen?

How can Blue Denmark become the leading country in the autonomous revolution?

We would like to be at the forefront of automation with safer operations, on-shore navigation support and autonomous vessels. How can we make that happen?

How can Blue Denmark become the center of excellence for vessel operations and performance?

We would like more owners, charterers, operators to have their operations center in Denmark. How can we make that happen?

How do we make faster technology development cycles? What elements of full-cycle ship construction and decommissioning are relevant for Denmark?

We would like to be the go-to place for technology development and early-adoption for both new-built and retrofit solutions. How can we make that happen?

How can Denmark become the best practice example of cooperation and integration between maritime partners?

We would like companies to have seamless cooperation for their own benefit and for the benefit of the industry. How can we make that happen?

Organisationer bag ShippingLab

Gruppen bag opstarten af ShippingLab repræsenterer et udsnit af branchen i Det Blå Danmark; men dette er ikke et lukket initiativ og alle er inviteret til at deltage.

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