PTI Releases Edition 84: Delivering Performance
Port Technology is pleased to announce that Edition 84 of the port and terminal sector’s leading journal has been published ahead of this year’s Container Terminal Automation Conference.
Led by a paper from the brains behind Boxbay and SMS Group’s revolutionary storage solution, which is set to be implemented at DP World’s Jebel Ali Terminal 4, the latest journal from PTI overviews groundbreaking developments and technologies that could change the industry.
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With #CTAC19 taking place May 7-8 in London, UK, the new edition also focuses on how key stakeholders and service providers in the maritime space are leveraging automation to deliver performance.
For unique insight on container terminal automation, direct from industry experts, book your place at #CTAC19!
Key papers you need to read before the event include an overview of terminal automation from Rich Ceci, who has made the technological movement a success at Virginia International Terminals, and an examination of human-machine interfaces by TBA experts Dr. Yvo Saanen and Dr. Azadeh Shirzad.
Max Schwerdtfeger, Port Technology's Online Editor, commented: “This journal offers a key insight into a number of different subject areas, not least the matter of where automation has been, where it is now, and where it is going.
“As well as preparing our readers for the major debates set to take place at CTAC, Edition 84 looks at the impact of Brexit on UK ports, the industry’s progress towards zero-emission shipping, and the increasing connectivity of the global supply chain.
“We hope readers enjoy the journal and look forward to welcoming all of our speakers, sponsors and attendees at CTAC19.”
The Full List of Papers from Edition 74:
- BOXBAY: The Future is Vertical, Mathias Dobner (BOXBAY), Volker Brück (SMS Group/AMOVA), Ronald van der Meer and Patrick Bol (DP World)
- Human-Machine Interfaces: The Key to Productivity, Dr. Yvo Saanen & Azadeh Shirzad, TBA Group
- Ports-as-an-App (PaaA): Innovating Digital Architectures on Smartphone Platforms, Wolfgang Lehmacher, Thought Leader & Advisor
- Terminal Automation: The Good, the Bad and the Future, Rich Ceci, Sr. Vice President of Technology and Projects, Virginia International Terminals
- 2038: A Smart Port Story Part 2 - A Review, Richard Joy, Editor, Port Technology
- Transforming Terminals in the Mega-Age, Uno Bryfors, Senior Vice President, ABB Ports
- A Fresh Look at Shore Power: The Benefits for Containerships, Mark Sisson, PE, Senior Port Planner, AECOM
- UK in the Post-Brexit Landscape: Looking Through the Maelstrom, Tim Morris, CEO, UK Major Ports Group; Richard Ballantyne, CEO, British Ports Association
- Big Data = Big Challenges: A Solution Based Approach, Olivier Ruelle, Global Systems Manager, Conductix-Wampfler
- Expanding the Suez Canal: Doing the Undoable, Ashraf Ghazy, Damietta Port Authority
- Q&A: Matthias Korthals, Senior Director Global Procurement, Hapag-Lloyd
- Case Study: Optimizing Trapac, Sylvia Wong, Senior Consultant Automation & Systems Integration; Evan Crawford, Automation & Systems Engineer, HATCH
- A Path Towards Zero Emission Maritime Shipping, Bryan Comer, PhD, Senior Researcher, ICCT
- We Are Smarter, But Are We Safer? Captain Richard W. A. Brough, Head of ICHCA International
- A Call from the Inuit: Clean-Up Arctic Shipping, Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk, Vice President, Inuit Circumpolar Council
- Automated Terminals and Self-Driving Cars, Jari Hamalainen and Pekka Yli-Paunu, Kalmar, and Pertti Peussa, VTT
- Upping the IT Ante: Adoption of Industry 4.0, Nazery Khalid, Honorary Secretary of the Association of Marine Industries of Malaysia (AMIM)
- Automation & Humans Working Together, David Moosbrugger, Managing Director, Kuenz
- Cyber Risk in the Marine Industry, Marcus Baker, Marsh JLT Speciality Leader for Global Marine and Cargo Practice
- Pervasive, Industrial, Wireless: Evolving Terminal Operations, Matthias Jablonowski, Global Practice Lead – Ports, Nokia
- Singapore’s Mega Terminals: Analyzing Battery-Powered Vehicles, Dr. Ma Ning, Doctorial Research Fellow; Dr. Zhou Chenhao, Assistant Professor (Research), National University of Singapore
- Supercharged Free Ports: The Evolution of Port-Centric Logistics, Geoff Lippitt, Business Development Director, PD Ports
- Developing a Digitally Resilient Supply Chain, Adam Gostling, Managing Consultant, QinetiQ
- Enabling the Connected Port of Things, Chris Mason, Director of Business Development, EMEA Market, Rajant Corporation
- How the Chain will Change: Digital Standards in Maritime Infrastructure, Ulf Siwe, Communications Officer, STM Validation Project, Swedish Maritime Administration
- New Ports: From Confrontation to Collaboration? Tessa Harding – Director of Water at Thomson Environmental Consultants
- The Future of Free Zones in the UK, Dr Ilona Serwicka and Dr Peter Holmes, UK Trade Policy Observatory, University of Sussex
- VAHLE SMGX: Reliable Wireless Data Communication, VAHLE
- Short-Sea Shipping Vessels: The Next Frontier for Hybrid Propulsion Retrofits, Kjell Inge Drønen, Wärtsilä Marine
- Transhipment Traffic and Gateway Volatility, Professor Theo Notteboom, Shanghai Maritime University; Ghent University, University of Antwerp; Antwerp Maritime Academy