Invitation for ShippingLab conference
On Wednesday, November 24, ShippingLab is presenting the learnings so far from the work within Digital Ship Operations, Autonomy and Decarbonization which is conducted by the more than 40 partners in more than 20 projects.
Besides sharing learnings from our work, the conference will focus on where the industry should focus it collaborative efforts in the future in order increase efficiency and decrease the environmental impact of Shipping.
Further, we wish that the conference will be used to share ideas for solutions on challenges within the three workstreams – or sharing of the opposite: Challenges that needs solutions.
Sign up for the conference now
The conference is free-of-charge and will be held at “Glassalen” at DTU, Anker Engelunds Vej 1, 2800 Lyngby on November 24, 2021.
Present ideas and find project partners
Do you have an idea or challenge you would like to discuss with relevant persons from the Blue Denmark? Then here is your chance!
All you have to do is fill in the form and send it to us.
If the idea is within the topic and scope of ShippingLab, then we will be happy to invite you to participate at our conference on November 24. Here we will create a meeting point for you, so people can drop by and discuss the idea with you.
No cost, just sharing of ideas
Since ShippingLab is all about sharing knowledge and ideas and developing solutions through collaboration, it is (of course) free-of-charge for everybody to attend – both you as the idea-owner and as a regular participant at the conference.
Just make sure that you have send in your idea using the template before November 15.
If you have any questions, then please feel welcome to contact Magnus Gary at email@example.com.
|by Kjeld Dittmann, Chairman of ShippingLab
|By Claus Graugaard, Head of Onboard Vessel Solutions, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping|
Theme 1: Digital Ship Operations
|09.30||What have we learned so far from the work within digital ship operations in ShippingLab?|
|By John Koch, work package leader for Digital Ship Operations and Senior Project Manager, R&D Coordinator, FORCE Technology
|09.45||Panel session: How can we support the use of digitalization to increase efficiency and decrease the environmental impact of shipping?|
|Based on the work performed in ShippingLab a panel of maritime experts within the field of digitalization will discuss in which direction the industry and ShippingLab should move in order to use digitalization to increase efficiency of operation and decrease the environmental impact.
The panel consists of:
Jakob Buus Petersen
Theme 2: Autonomy
|10.40||What have we learned so far from the work within autonomy in ShippingLab|
|By Kjeld Dittmann, Chairman of ShippingLab
Theme 3: Decarbonization
|11.20||What have we learned so far from the work within decarbonization in ShippingLab?|
|By Jakob Andersen, CEO of MASH Makes and task leader in ShippingLab
|11.35||Panel session: Climate-friendly fuels are coming, but how do we ensure efficient use of the fuels?|
|There is an enormous focus on the transition from traditional fuel to more sustainable solutions. But regardless of fuel or propulsion types it will be necessary to improve on efficiency. Where are the major hurdles and how can we address them in a collaborative way?
The panel consists of:
Lars Bo Andersen
Brian Østergaard Sørensen
| by Kjeld Dittmann, Chairman of ShippingLab
Presentation of new project ideas
|16.00||End of day|
Facts about ShippingLab
ShippingLab is a joint industry initiative aimed at developing Danish competences in the fields of digitalization, autonomous shipping and environment-friendly technology.
The steering committee behind ShippingLab consists of Logimatic, MAN Energy Solutions, Maersk Tankers, Technical University of Denmark, FORCE Technology, Danish Maritime, Danish Shipping, Danish Maritime Authority and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
ShippingLab consists of three focal areas
- Digital Ship Operations
ShippingLab aims to function as a catalyst for subsequent work in the fields of maritime research, development and innovation.
ShippingLab is supported by Innovation Fund Denmark, The Danish Maritime Fund, Orient’s Fund and Lauritzen Fonden. In addition, the project partners’ contributions will be self-financed.
The total budget is app. DKK 90m (€ 12m).