It's well-known that crewing can be a huge issue for many small to medium-sized shipping companies. At the same time if you are a seaman it's tough to find a new job in reputable shipping companies, finding yourself in a new ship with good living conditions.
Technology can help solve environmental problems for shipping and improve operational efficiency. The current rate of innovation is high, especially with the introduction of digitalization and new transformative technologies of cyber-physical systems
Key uses of big data in shipping and logistics: analytics for shipowners, data engineering, vessel performance and fleet situational management.
Seafarer jobs and the shipping industry are changing and more and more ship owners and ship managers are seizing the opportunity to use future technologies to become innovators within the sector. In addition, shipping operators want...
Join us for our virtual discussion to learn from global industry experts about opportunities to solve major ocean sector problems.
The Ocean Startup Challenge will award $1.4 Million in 2021 to start and grow new ocean tech companies in Canada. Leading up to the launch of the Challenge, we're hosting a six-part series of industry-led presentations and interactive networking sessions. This speaker series will bring together ocean industry experts in shipping and transportation, fisheries and aquaculture, naval and defence, energy and marine bio-resources. You will hear from industry leaders who will discuss the challenges faced by each sector, highlight opportunities in the market, and share other insights into their respective fields. Join us on Tuesday, February 9 at 1 pm AST for part two of the virtual dialogue series focused on fisheries and aquaculture. After the panel discussion, you'll have a chance to connect with speakers and other attendees during sector networking. At this event, you will hear from: Emily Patrolia, Founder, ESP Advisors Jason Cleaversmith, VP for Health & Nutrition & GM for Canada at The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Dick Jones, CEO, Blue Ocean Mariculture Björgolfur Hávardsson, Innovation Manager, The Seafood Innovation Cluster Gabriel Gomez, General Manager, Marine Instruments (Spain) Roxanne Nanninga, Director of Sustainability, Diversity & Inclusion, Thai Union To ensure that you are able to take part in the networking portion of this event, please download the most recent version of Zoom: https://zoom.us/download Event Overview: 1:00 pm - Panel discussion Our guest speakers will discuss big problems, trends and new technologies in fisheries and aquaculture. 1:30 pm - Interactive networking session The interactive networking session will allow you to: -Speak with panelists in individual rooms -Choose when you want to change rooms and speak with another panelist 2:30 pm - Event concludes
Machine Learning allows to apply intelligent algorithms and to evaluate data that helps to guide the logic of possible problems in maritime transport. These methods can be used in marine network planning, voyage planning, cargo optimization and etc.