Port Technology is bringing together thought leaders to debate the best ways to automate port and terminal processes by launching the third Container Terminal Automation Conference with the new theme of artificial intelligence (AI).
The 2018 theme for the next event is ‘Automated Intelligence and AI’, which follows on from last year’s theme ‘Beyond Moves Per Hour’, and will take place on March 14-15, 2018 at the Grange City Hotel in London, UK.
Those employed in the port industry see AI development as a threat that is overtaking human capabilities, but the opportunity to create efficiency means that it is another technology that professionals need to understand before they can unlock its enormous potential.
Port Technology plans to do this by dedicating the conference to debating key industry issues with global ports and terminals, shipping liners, industry bodies, research agents, consultants, contractors, as well as technology, solution and equipment providers.
Last year's event had speakers from the World Economic Forum, Orbita Ingenieria, Trelleborg Marine Systems, Siemens, Seaintelligence Consulting, ABB, OECD, Ericsson, TBA, Inform, Drewry Maritime Research, Navis, Konecranes, and Hyperloop One.
This year, Port Technology plans to encourage new perspectives by inviting futurists, analysts, and engineers in AI Automation.
Attendees will be able to address concerns about how AI will impact their supply chain by conversing directly with speakers while in a question and answer sessions and networking breaks.
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