Busan
- 25 October 2017


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The Maritime CIO Forum at Kormarine has been developed to address the issues and trends that technology leaders face in an increasingly changing and continuously developing business environment.

Staying ahead of the innovation curve, and with the digitalisation of the maritime sector at the core of this changing landscape, Digital Ship is pleased to be returning to Kormarine with our Maritime CIO Forum, where the focus is on how to harness opportunities, and how to address the challenges and questions which advances in technology are posing to our industry.

Through key sessions and interactive panel discussions, we will ask how the industry is responding to change and investigate what technology and digital transformation can do for us.

SESSION ONE

Riding the Waves of Maritime Connectivity
Investigating the evolution of maritime mobility and connectivity
The ever-growing use of onboard applications and increased data flows – such as those used for maritime safety and protection, vessel tracking and performance analysis – means that the shipping sector requires ever more reliable data communications, even in remote locations.

This opening session of the day will look at how innovation and evolution in maritime connectivity is changing the maritime landscape by improving operational agility, enhancing efficiency, creating a safer, more secure environment for passengers and crew alike, and above all reducing costs for the ship owner and manager.

SESSION TWO

The Reality of Shipping's Cyber Challenge
A look at maritime cyber security, safety and risk
This expert led session will look at how the industry is reacting to the advent of increased cyber threats borne out of the growing use of cloud and IoT applications, the number of devices used, and larger ships but fewer crew - meaning even more reliance on automation and remote monitoring. The Forum will discuss what policies, guidelines and best practices are already in place, and how the industry can identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk. We will also ask if there is a gulf between perception and reality, and what are the real business risks?

SESSION THREE

The iShipping Revolution
Reviewing smart shipping
How big data usage and management is expanding the boundaries of smart shipping - and how can we harness this disruptive influence to build the real business. We know that the maritime sector is on the cusp of dramatic change - how can we harness all this data and information to make shipping smarter, safer, and more sustainable? What value can shipping companies take from the launch of collaborative platforms and ecosystems, and how is digital disruption changing the face of trade and transport.

Plus: Networking opportunities including a Post-Conference Reception on 25 October for all participants

Attendees at past Digital Ship events in Korea include;
Changmyung Shipping, Dae Ah Shipping , Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Dat Maritime, Digital Ocean, DONG-A Tanker, Dongjin Shipping, DSEC, EUKOR Car Carriers, Eusu SM, ForceTEC, Haeyoung Ship Management, Hanjin Ship Management, Hanjin Shipping, Heung-A Shipping, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hyundai Merchant Marine, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, Hyundai Ocean service, KLCSM, KSS Line, M Shipmanagement, Marco Polo Marine, Namsung Shipping, New Shipping Kaisha, Samsun Logix Corporation, Samsung Heavy Industries, SEASPAN, Seong Woo Marine, Shinchang Shipping, Sinokor Merchant Marine, SK Ship Management, SK Shipping, STX Marine Service, Taiyoung Shipping, United States Coast Guard, Wilhelmsen Ship Management

For more information, please contact cathy@thedigitalship.com