Know how digital solutions can make ships and ports safer, greener and more efficient, even amid lockdowns.
Emission reduction, safety, operational efficiency and crew’s welfare. Pandemic, or no pandemic, these are everyday issues in the business of shipping. But the global crisis has made the challenges even bigger. The industry is witnessing a push towards better connectivity and digitalisation — trying to find innovative solutions that make shipping safer, more efficient and sustainable going forward.
To know how we can solve this puzzle, join our upcoming event where we introduce you to the digital solutions (for Just-In-Time, Port-to-port connectivity and Smart Autonomy) and discuss real-world cases where ships and ports have managed to further unlock their potential, even during this pandemic. Bonus point: these same solutions also help reduce emissions and will support meeting the upcoming decarbonisation targets.
At the heart of autonomous systems are decision-making algorithms that can apply machine learning to interpret a scenario based on data provided by situational awareness solutions and decide a safe and effective course of action. At its simplest, decision-making and logic capability is the ability to understand a vessel’s situation and make good decisions.
April 21, 14:10 (SGT – Singapore Time – GMT +8)
Chris Chung, Director, Ecosystem Development, Wärtsilä Voyage
April 22, 17:40-18:25 (SGT – Singapore Time – GMT +8)
Pierre Guillemin, Vice President Technology, Wärtsilä Voyage
Director Sales & Ecosystem Development, Wärtsilä Voyage
Chris Chung is the Director of Digital Innovation & Strategic Projects with Wartsila. Based in Singapore, Chris overseas ecosystem development that identify and develop solutions to pressing client and societal challenges where smart technology and innovation can have a transformative role. A strong believer in partnerships and open innovation, Chris’ team brings together technologists, entrepreneurs, business leaders, policy makers, researchers, and other change agents to uncover and implement solutions to specific, actionable challenges. Focus areas include intelligent vessels, connected smart ports, digital fleet operations, cybersecurity and data analytics. Before joining Wartsila, Chris held a number of leadership roles in Lloyd's Register, British Gas and Telstra.
Vice President Technology, Wärtsilä Voyage