PTI Edition 79: Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies

 19 Sep 2018 05.30pm

Port Technology's latest edition of the journal is now available online and in print.

The ‘Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies’ edition 79 of the journal, which is led by a technical paper authored by Wolfgang Lehmacher of the World Economic Forum, has prepared the audience of PTI for the event under the same name, taking place on October 2-3.

Lehmacher’s ‘The Turning Point for Smart Ports’ encapsulates the motive of the Smart Ports & Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18), which is to provide ports with the knowledge to become smart and remain vital nodes in the world of global commerce. 

 

 

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Other edition 79 technical papers which mirror the theme of SPSC include ‘How to Become a Smart Port City of Call’ by Benjamin Vernooij, Business Development Manager IoT & Embedded; Mary Etienne, Business Development Director, Dell EMC; ‘Working as One: Data Sharing’ Derek Kober, VP Marketing, Navis; and ‘Developing a National Trade Community System’ by Matt Kuperholz, Partner and Chief Data Scientist, PwC Australia.

The full list of edition 79 technical papers:

 

  Automation and Optimisation , Automated Decision Making, Digitalisation, Process Automation, Robotisation, TOS and Gate Control Systems, Cargo Volumes and Throughput, Carriers, Container Handling, Automation Systems, Mobile harbour cranes, Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs), Ship-to-Shore Quay Cranes, Spreaders, Straddle Carriers, Container Weighing , Containers, Environment , Finance, Global Economy/Trade, Going Places, Mega Ship Ready, Oil, Gas and Chemical Handling, Politics, Port & Maritime Training, Port Governance, Port Planning, Ports, PTI Multimedia, Security and Logistics, Shipping, VTS, Mooring & Berthing