About this event
Port digitalization was already a major trend within the maritime industry, but since the outbreak of COVID-19 it has become more important as ports must find ways to keep trade flowing as efficiently as possible.
For ports to cope with changes in the global economy, meet growing demand and an increase in throughput of cargo, the ports themselves and their stakeholders will have to strike new agreements on collaboration and standardization on big data, which in turn make port digitalization easier to achieve.
Digitalization in the container handling context is often considered as a matter of the overall logistic chain, cloud and big data. While those are undoubtedly key aspects in digitalization of container shipping, digitalization also transforms the operational processes and port workers’ roles within terminals which has an impact on terminals’ productivity.
In this webinar, you will see how port digitalization uses digital technologies to change how ports conduct business, operations and procedures. Some of these digital technologies include automation, artificial intelligence (AI), Big Data, blockchain and machine learning (ML), among others.
Join ABB & others to learn how:
Nikola Radisavljevic, Team Leader, System Integration and Digital Solutions, ABB Ports
Panagiotis Fragkos, Yard and Gate Superintendent, DP World
Oscar Pernia, Head of Digitalization and Automation, TiL
Sincere thanks to our Session Sponsor
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