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Overview

 

The immediate challenge for shipping is regulatory. Meeting the 2020 Sulphur regulations requires careful management but ultimately it will be the push to decarbonise by 2050 that sparks a digitally-fuelled revolution requiring a step change in innovation across the industry.


Fuel technology, from LNG to hydrogen will require R&D budgets to meet an ambitious generational goal, but innovation will no longer focus on the vessel, rather the efficiency of an increasingly integrated global supply chain.

For some, it is about technology (digital ships, AI, autonomy). For others, digitalisation offers a new way of engaging with customers (trading platforms, blockchain, trade finance security). And for others still, it represents an entirely new way of doing business (digital operation, ship-as-a-service, value beyond the vessel). 

 

Key Topics for Discussion

 

Much of the innovation underway is less a thing and more a new way of doing things. And while data offers many opportunities it is already showing up the vulnerabilities of existing systems (cyber risk and the inherent fragmentation of data in seaborne supply chains). Ensuring each new system is interoperable with both existing and new models requires collaboration along the whole chain and a level of data governance that has so far proved to be out of reach. The Lloyd’s List Innovation Forum will bring together the leading innovators already collaborating on projects within the shipping industry with those from outside the traditional shipping space seeking more efficient ways of connecting the supply chain.


The Panel

 

Mikko Lepistö, Senior vice president, Digital Solutions, ABB Marine & Ports

Ari Marjamaa, Chief executive officer, Raa Labs

Christian Oldendorff, Owner & founder, Amplifier 

Christopher Rex, Head of innovation & research, Danish Ship Finance

Pierre Sames, Group technology & research director, DNV GL

Ronald Spithout, President, Inmarsat

Christopher Palsson, Head of Consulting, Lloyd's List Intelligence

 

 View the Speakers


 

Why Attend?

 

Whether you are looking to keep up to date; gain an overview of areas of growth, understand new innovation in maritime or simply looking to expand your network our forum can help you.

 

 

Why Sponsor?

 

Sponsorship of the Lloyd's List Innovation Forum places your company in a position of authority and enables you to build and strengthen your relationships, visibility and reputation with major leading innovators within maritime.

 

 Registration is now closed online. If you would still like to attend please contact Jo Kirkpatrick.    Sponsor the forum    View the Sponsors
 

General enquiries
Jo Kirkpatrick
Jo.Kirkpatrick@informa.com
+44 (0) 20 7017 7180

 

 

 

Sponsorship enquiries
Natasha Dwyer
Natasha.Dwyer@informa.com
+44 (0) 20 7551 9175

 


This event follows the DNV GL Conference - supported by Lloyd's List. 

 

TURNING POINT - entering three decades of fuel transition

 

10 am - 2pm

 

Requires separate registration here.