#CTAC2018 Day Two Highlights in Tweets
Day two of Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018) has resulted in many exciting discussions and ideas being shared with attendees.
The day started with the 'Automation With Exponential & Disruptive Technologies' session, which saw Chris Mason from Rajant, Miguel Llop from Valenciaport Foundation, Gerhard Fisher from Siemens and Richard Brough from Brough Marine, debate important developments in technology that are impacting ports and terminals.
Another session, 'Driving Terminal Performance Through Continuous Improvement', also explored how artificial intelligence may affect the control rooms of container terminals at ports.
Another three sessions also took place, with the day's events culminating with the closing remarks from Oscar Pernia from Navis.
View highlights from the other sessions in the tweets below. Let us know what you thought of PTI's CTAC by using the hashtag #CTAC2018 on Twitter. View the live video tweets by clicking through to Twitter. Check out day one Tweets.
DRIVING TERMINAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
"AI, with technologies that are out there are good at recognising patterns. There is huge potential that is out there and analysing data, you find you can predict a lot in terminals. Using these patterns help to implement tasks." - @YvoSaanen, @TheTBAGroup #CTAC2018 pic.twitter.com/eU8EUVEYSd— Port Technology (PTI) (@PortTechnology) March 15, 2018
AUTOMATION WITH EXPONENTIAL & DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES (LIVE)
HUMANS VS TECHNOLOGY (LIVE)
CLOSING REMARKS: AN INDUSTRY REFLECTION
Very insightful couple of days at @PortTechnology #CTAC2018. Great to catch-up with so many #AI #automation thought leaders across the #shipping industry. Looking forward to next year’s conference! pic.twitter.com/pNb5ZDp9HL— Marine Insights (@MarineInsights) March 16, 2018