There are plans to roll out 5G networks across the world by 2020, creating faster connections that stay online no matter where you are.
Further to this, autonomous ships can be run remotely, requiring only a small crew, with computer software taking care of navigation and on-board systems.
The Port of Rotterdam aims to have autonomous ships fully operational by 2030. It will do this by utilizing IoT technologies, such as sensors, that will gather data from multiple streams to significantly improve safety standards and drive growth.
According to a 2017 report from Deloitte, many industries and business sectors are struggling to grasp the possibilities of big data-driven technology, save for those in transportation and logistics.
CTAC19 will define these concepts and more, examining their benefit to shipping lines and to the broader industry.
- Asset Tracking
- Automation and Optimisation
- Communication & Connectivity
- Container Handling
- Container Terminal Optimisation
- Marine Operations Software
- Simulation Modelling Software
- System Integration
- Terminal Logistics
- Wireless Networks and Mobility
Audience profile you will meet at CTAC2019:
- CSO, CTO, COO, CIO
- Vice President, Terminal Systems and Technology
- Vice President Port Development
- Managing Director – Digital
- Director Customer Experience EMEA
- Director Professional Services EMEA
- Senior Director IT and Global Innovation
- Director Global Engineering
- Director Global Market Management
- Regional Head of Operations EuroMed & Americas