Nigel Barklem, Chairman of Port Technology, is proud to announce the Smart Digital Ports of the Future (SDP19) conference is now sold out and that it is due to be one of the marquee industry events of the year.
Ahead of the much-anticipated release of the third and final installment of INFORM's 2038: A Smart Port Story at the Smart Digital Ports of the Future conference, Port Technology has re-released Part 2.
In preparation for the third installment, INFORM have given us at Port Technology an exclusive glimpse.
The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), Malaysia’s most advanced container port, will put forward an expansion plan that could see it handle 30 million TEU by 2030, according to Singaporean newspaper The Straits Times, which quotes the country’s Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
One Sea, the industry alliance that brings together leading exponents of autonomous ship technology, has welcomed smart technology specialists Awake.AI, a highly innovative firm led by an experienced team of digital innovators.
The Smart Digital Ports of the Future Conference (#SDP19), to be held between 4-6 November 2019, will bring together some of the finest minds on the biggest topics affecting port digitalization and the wider supply chain, and in preparation, we have opened up the floor to give you the chance to put a question to one of the many experts and executives that will be attending.
China has finished work on its first unmanned ship research and development (R&D) testing base and plans to launch operations by the end of 2019, according to state-owned newspaper Economic Daily.
Ports, terminals and the vessels that carry the world’s goods are critical to the global economy, as is the wave of smart technologies that allow them to answer ever-growing consumer and trade demands.