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To protect people, infrastructure, and cargo at ports and sea, port authorities and vessel owners need access to real-time data. Having a clear view and understanding of a port’s surroundings and activities is critical to ensuring safer and more efficient ship movements.
With better situational awareness and location intelligence of maritime interests, port authorities and companies can increase safety and efficiency and optimize their operations. In this webinar, maritime experts will discuss:
This presentation will also discuss the latest in technology trends for maritime operations, including artificial intelligence, vessel tracking, and more.
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Mr. Bergmann in 2005 started working with governmental organizations and industry to change the maritime market in support of advanced navigation and efficiency. He owns a maritime consultancy company, supports the German IMO work and contributes at IHO, IALA, IEC and others.
As a presales engineer, Richard Goodman works across Hexagon’s geospatial software portfolios and different industry verticals, including on technical solutions for the maritime domain. Prior to this role, Richard focused on imagery exploitation, data capture, and dissemination in the defense area.
As CEO, Gabriel Ferrús Clari is responsible for establishing the company’s business strategy and commercial plans as well as representing the company and ensuring its profitability. Prior to joining SEAPort Solutions, Gabriel worked as a R&D Project Manager at Valenciaport.
As program director, Marcel van de Pol is responsible for the development of digital standards for DCSA’s Internet of Things and Just in Time Port Call initiatives. He works to ensure alignment of standards with common industry practices and promote adoption among stakeholders.
As managing director, Gerald Hirt has worked to expand the HVCC IT services portfolio and Feeder Logistics Center and developed the new Nautical Terminal Coordination Department. Prior to joining HVCC, Gerald worked for the HHLA Group at HPC Hamburg Port Consulting and served in the German Navy.
News and technical insight for ports, terminals and shipping industries, and the digital maritime supply chain. AI, Automation, Big Data, Mega Ships & IoT.
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