New technologies are being introduced in the maritime industry which affect the current way of working and business models. Predictions, IoT, blockchain and big data are key in this shift. What platforms are available, what can you and can’t you expect from these platforms? What strategies can be applied and how do you implement these new platforms?
Innovation in Ports
Innovation is a key capability in today’s world, so how is this capability reflected in the context of the port industry? In this track, we collectively explore and discover insights. Innovators in the port community will talk about their perception of innovation and share experiences. An interesting journey into the world of change.
AIS, platooning, autonomous vessels and smart containers are just a few examples of applications of new technologies that have a huge influence on the future of ports and logistics. The big question is how do we create and maintain a safe and secure digital infrastructure? In this track, we dive into the world of resilience and cyber security in ports.
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Platform, Strategy & Implementation: Capgemini / SAP / IBM
In this session, CAP, SAP and IBM will explain their vision, provide insight into their platforms and share their implementation strategies. Several use cases will be discussed and evaluated regarding the port and logistics industry.
Jos Mulder, Capgemini – Facilitator
Twan van den Broek, Enterprise Architect at SAP
Eric-Mark Huitema, Industry Leader WATSON IoT for Travel & Transportation, IBM
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Data Driven Innovation
What are the key capabilities organisations need to focus on? In this break-out we will explore the path from data to insights, from insights to context awareness and from context to applications to generate value for clients. Marine Traffic will show the potential of AIS data and the insights that can be gained from this data. Teqplay will demonstrate the potential of collaboration and aggregation of data from both multiple internal and external sources for better decision making in both operations and strategy. Cofano will show how these insights and awareness result into the next level of business applications.
Daniel Shirley, MarineTraffic
Marco Huijsman, Cofano
Léon Gommans, Teqplay
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Blockchain: The future outlook
What can Blockchain do for your organization? In this break-out we want to combine the current use-cases on logistical issues (within Energy transition, Supply Chain Trade Finance, Smart Infrastructure) – and how Blockchain potentially could be a solution, together with a panel discussion representing the business side. What impact will Blockchain have on businesses across different fields? A session led by use-case leaders, and Blockchain professionals.
Aljosja Beije, Fieldlab Blockchain
Alfred Botterhuis, ABN Amro
Nini Truong, Port of Rotterdam
Bas van Dijk, Port of Rotterdam
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45 Platform, Strategy & Implementation: CGI / SAS
SAS and CGI present the added value of new technology for your organisation and industry using a number of impressive customer cases, for example Rijkswaterstaat. Technology and data are essential assets to provide insights for your organisation and industry while enabling you to create a competitive advantage. Our strategy and platform results in high business value for your organization and industry.
André van der Meer, SAS
Henk van Haaster, CGI
Tim van Soest, CGI
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45 Innovation from different organisational perspectives
Innovation is key in developing the competitive advantage of ports, corporates and start-ups, as well as for accelerators. In this session, PortXL draws you into the world of corporates working with start-ups – the learning curve from different angles.
Mare Straetmans, PortXL
Bart van der Meer, Vopak
Raymon Lubbers, FEO-AR
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45 Cyber Resilience: How secure is your organization?
Did you know that 7 out of 10 security incidents are caused by human error? Within this breakout, we want to present more of the cyber security activities within the Rotterdam Port Community. How secure is the logistics industry and what measures are we taking and can we take to maximise our cyber security against cyberattacks?
Peter Duin, FERM
Peter Tjia, InnovationQuarter
Jan-Peter Hoste, InnovationQuarter
Data-driven Ports & Logistics
Data, data, & even more data. Data is perceived as the fuel of the ports and logistics of the future. What data is available, what is the potential and how to explore and discover the potential? And even more importantly, how can we unleash its value?
SmartPort: port of the future
Future-proof infrastructure and self-organising logistics are the main themes within this track. Truck platooning: what does it mean for the logistics industry. But also, autonomous shipping: what does it look like? Reflecting and discussing the port of the future regarding the latest trends and developments.
Building responsive connections for the infrastructure in the Netherlands. Rijkswaterstaat, Port of Rotterdam, Alliander, Schiphol, ProRail and Vitens are all Dutch network operators united in a joint knowledge institute NGInfra. In this track, the challenges in the infrastructure of the future will be discussed.
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Government perspective
Data becomes extremely important for increasing the capabilities of governmental institutions. In this breakout, several organisations share experiences about how they deal with all this data, including the ministry of I&M with the datalabs from RWS, KNMI and “de verkeersonderneming”.
Bas van Essen, Rijkswaterstaat – Datalab
Gerard Eijkelenboom – Verkeersonderneming
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Future Proof Infrastructure
Becoming the smartest port in the world. The Port of Rotterdam, Deltalinqs, the Municipality of Rotterdam and TU Delft and Erasmus University joined forces by establishing SmartPort as a driving force behind knowledge development in the port of Rotterdam. In this track, the Port of Rotterdam explains the importance of data research to develop a future-proof port infrastructure, while a researcher from TU Delft shows the illuminating effect of trends and development research on questions concerning investments in maritime infrastructure.
Michiel Jak, SmartPort
Cornelis van Dorsser, TU Delft
Niels de Kruijf, Port of Rotterdam
Breakout I 11:00 – 12:15 Next Generation Infrastructures
In today’s world, more and more of our critical infrastructures are becoming interconnected, creating a seemingly borderless world. This provides us with numerous opportunities for creating value whilst increasing the complexity and vulnerability of these network systems. Disruptive events can expose these vulnerabilities and the consequences can affect a whole system. It does not conveniently stop at the border of the organisation of an infrastructure provider. The question is: “How do infrastructure providers cope with the balancing act of becoming more responsive to these events without compromising the reliability of our connected networks?”
Aernout van der Bend, NGInfra, facilitator
Wijnand Veeneman, NGInfra
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45 Data-driven processes
Data has a huge influence on the way in which current processes are done. From ‘old fashioned’ paper documents to Cloud based solutions. Portbase, Douane and TNO share their vision on this matter and take you into the world of port processes in a data-driven port.
Merle Blok, TNO – facilitator
Marten van der Velde, PortBase
Frank Heijmann, Douane
Gerwin Zomer, TNO
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45 Self Organising Logistics: Truck platooning
Becoming the smartest port in the world. The Port of Rotterdam, Deltalinqs, the Municipality of Rotterdam and TU Delft and Erasmus University joined forces by establishing SmartPort as a driving force behind knowledge development in the port of Rotterdam. In this track, the results of the latest research about truck platooning will be presented: what is truck platooning and how can truck platoons be formed?
Michiel Jak, SmartPort
Robbert Janssen, TNO
Breakout II 13:30 – 14:45
The increasing borderless world of interconnected infrastructures not only consists of physical systems, but also digital networks. BTG (Branchevereniging Telecommunicatie Grootgebruikers) connects organisations in their joint interests in the domain of ICT / Telecommunications and will talk about the relevance of creating and maintaining (digital) vital infrastructures.
Danny Frietman, MobileMindz
Jan van Alphen, BTG