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Harnessing Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development in Shipping

The maritime industry is undergoing a challenging period right now. Companies are reflecting on their operations and processes, and looking at how to maintain competitiveness, using advances in technology to unlock exciting business potential, tackle organisational challenges and harness innovation.

So how can the industry adapt to these new technologies, and harness innovation to build sustainability, agility and efficiency into their businesses? How is technology changing the way we operate and do business?

To address these issues, Digital Ship is excited to be bringing its unique forum to Copenhagen – a country with a strong maritime and shipping heritage – and collaboration. Home to the world's largest shipping company, A.P. Møller-Mærsk Group, and other major players like Torm, DFDS, J. Lauritzen, Svitzer, Norden, and many more.

Denmark is a world-renowned and highly international hub for all types of shipping activities. The size and importance of Danish shipping on an international scale is best illustrated by the fact, that the fleet operated by Danish shipping companies' transports approximately 10% of all globally traded goods.1

Through plenary presentations, open forum Q&A and panel sessions, and dedicated workshops, this year's Digital Ship Copenhagen will be a platform, to both look back at recent developments and discuss how these have changed the maritime landscape, and not least to provide a valuable snapshot into how technology advances are driving the evolution of shipping and review the game changing impact of innovation on the maritime world.

The conference will focus on the following areas:

  • Reviewing Developments in Maritime Technology
  • How is Innovation Driving the Future of Shipping?
  • Beyond Connectivity - Evolution or Revolution?
  • Cyber Security and Future-Proofing Your IT Infrastructure
  • Big Data and Analytics to Drive Innovation, Competitiveness and Growth
  • What to Consider when Considering the Cloud
  • Managing Energy Efficiency and Vessel Performance
  • Future Proofing Your Infrastructure
  • Digitalisation Transforming the Maritime Landscape
  • Exclusive Interactive End User Workshop: Hosted by Marlink. An A-Z of VSAT – Considerations, Delivery and Installation

Digital Ship Copenhagen will provide an opportunity for some of the industry's leading technology experts and business heads to explore, discuss and debate the on-going role of IT and communications in the shipping industry and help to solve the technology, leadership and business challenges ahead.

Digital Ship events around the world have been developed to address issues and trends that technology leaders face in an increasingly challenging and continuously developing business environment. Technical innovators in the maritime sector are expected to deliver strategies capable of both driving revenue and reducing costs for their organisations - whilst remaining at the forefront of technological breakthroughs and making smart decisions about maritime technology and satellite communications selection, investment and implementation.

Speakers and Panellists include:

  • Andreas Nordseth, Director General, Danish Maritime Authority
  • Michael Owen, Head of Customer Acquisition, Marlink
  • Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst, BIMCO
  • Tommy Olofsen, Managing Director, OSM Crew Management
  • Maria Bruun Skipper, Director, Security, Health, Environment and Innovation, Danish Shipowners' Association
  • Michael Prehn, Deputy Director, Danish Maritime
  • Oskar Levander, VP Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine
  • Bjørn Borbye Pedersen, Special Adviser, Danish Maritime Authority
  • Noralf Gamlem, CIO, Vard (formerly STX OSV)
  • Capt Magnar Høijord, Marine Superintendent, Golar Management Norway
  • Jesper Søndergaard, Senior IT Project Manager, Maersk Line IT
  • Joseph Carson, COO, ESC Global Security Cyber Security Division
  • Morten Schenk, Co-Founder and CTO, CyberKeel
  • Sini Spets, Vice President, Business Development, Wärtsilä Services
  • Richard Windischhofer, Group Vice President, Business Development Integrated Operations, ABB Marine and Ports
  • Stian Braastad, Head of Global Technical Support, ABB Marine and Ports
  • Mary Etienne, Business Development Director, Maritime, Shipping, Offshore IOT, Dell OEM
  • Michael Carter, Sales Director EMEA - Network and Data Services, Telenor Satellite
  • Ulf Siwe, Communication Officer, The Swedish Maritime Administration
  • Adonis Violaris, Marketing Director, Interorient Shipmanagement
  • Kyle Hurst, Director Maritime Business, Iridium
  • Walter Hannemann, Product Manager, Dualog
  • Rob Myers, Senior Director, Maritime Market Delivery, Inmarsat Maritime
  • Niels Reuther, Regional Sales Manager, Marlink
  • Nick Lambert, Director, Maritime Domain Expert, Satellite Applications Catapult
  • Lars Knudsen, Partner, Brandemann
  • Neville Smith, Director, Mariner Communications
  • Ilari Parkkinen, Project Manager Digitalisation, Wärtsilä Services
  • Christoffer Husell, Co-Founder, Shift Actions
  • Flemming Weel, Consultant for Viteco and owner, InfoVenture 
  • Martin N. Mikkelsen, Director, Business Development, Weilbach
  • Kwon Hyuk-Soon, Vice President, NET SWAN
  • Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Senior Marine Technical Officer, BIMCO
  • Hans Ottosen, CEO, Danelac
  • Jan Kragh Michelsen, Vice President Maritime Business Unit, Cobham SATCOM
  • Mads Friis Sørensen, Branch Manager, Furuno
  • Martin Reason, Director of Maritime Sales EMEA, SpeedCast
  • Vinay Venkatraman, CEO, Leapcraft
  • Eric Hoogenbosch, EMEA Sales Director, Inmarsat Maritime

Latest Agenda - updated 30/3/2016 – please note sessions/timings/speakers may be subject to change without notice. Please check this website regularly for updates.

Tuesday 5 April 2016

08:00 Registration and Welcome Tea/Coffee Kindly Sponsored by Sea IT

Sea IT
 

09:00 Opening Notes from Conference Chair

Nick Lambert, Director, Maritime Domain Expert, Satellite Applications Catapult

09:10 Opening Address - How is Innovation Driving the Future of Shipping?

Andreas Nordseth, Director General, Danish Maritime Authority

09:35 Navigating the Shipping Landscape in 2016 and Beyond

Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst, BIMCO

Session: Beyond Connectivity - Evolution or Revolution?

10:05 The Future of Maritime Communications…Has Arrived

  • Revealing the new look Marlink and our strengthened organisation

Michael Owen, Head of Customer Acquisition, Marlink

  • The Digital Age - how is the Digital Age driving maritime innovation?
  • Embracing future technologies and improving performance with digitalized services

Niels Reuther, Regional Sales Manager, Marlink

10:35 Maritime Satellite Communications Reinvented

  • High throughput
  • Reliable connection in all-weather
  • Robust and low-cost equipment
  • Absolute global coverage
  • Reasonable pricing
  • Iridium Certus is the future for smart maritime communications!

Kyle Hurst, Director Maritime Business, Iridium

11:05 Tea/Coffee Break Kindly Sponsored by Dell OEM Solutions

dell
 

11:35 Setting a New Standard in Maritime Communications

  • What is driving demand for reliable standardised global satellite communications?
  • What will make a difference on board today's vessel?
  • What does the future hold? How service innovation can meet future requirements

Rob Myers, Senior Director, Maritime Market Delivery, Inmarsat Maritime

12:05 Satisfying Growth Demands for Maritime Communications

  • Trends in maritime communications
  • THOR 7 Ka-band update
  • Introducing new high bandwidth services

Michael Carter, Sales Director EMEA - Network and Data Services, Telenor Satellite

Session: Future-Proofing Your IT Infrastructure

12:35 Panel Session: Cyber Security and the Maritime Domain

Moderated by: Joseph Carson, COO, ESC Global Security Cyber Security Division

Panelists Include:
Walter Hannemann, Product Manager, Dualog
Morten Schenk
, Co-Founder and CTO, CyberKeel
Michael Owen, Head of Customer Acquisition, Marlink
Andy Jones, Chief Information Security Officer, Maersk Line
Adonis Violaris, Marketing Director, Interorient Shipmanagement

13:15 Lunch Kindly Sponsored by Dualog

Dualog
 

14:10 Lunchtime Prize Draw in Conference Room

 

14:15 Technology for Medical Emergencies at Sea

Telemedicine is here and ready - finally. Once upon a time it seemed it would take a long time before we could "virtualize" doctors onboard vessels, rigs, platforms – anything remote. Now it is an option - including cameras, documentation of all communications, tutorials presented onscreen for those who need it, and much more. Now officers will be better equipped for making better decisions and medics will have input from a doctor onboard. How will this impact modern seafaring and improve crew welfare?

Lars Knudsen, Partner, Brandemann

14:40 Challenges and Solutions; Moving From Paper Charts to ECDIS – a Guidance

  • Planning - documents - crew training - requirements
  • Installing - implementation
  • Results so far

Capt Magnar Høijord, Marine Superintendent, Golar Management Norway

Session: What to Consider when Considering the Cloud?

15:05 Focus Session: Realising the Potential of the Maritime Cloud – Scenarios for Shipping Operations in 2020

The concept of the Maritime Cloud is being developed in the project EfficienSea2 lead by the Danish Maritime Authority. The basics of the concept will be presented and the possible impact on shipping operations in 2020 will be discussed by the panel.

Hosted by: Bjørn Borbye Pedersen, Special Adviser, Danish Maritime Authority
Panellists include:
Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Senior Marine Technical Officer, BIMCO
Hans Ottosen
, CEO, Danelac
Jan Kragh Michelsen, Vice President Maritime Business Unit, Cobham SATCOM
Mads Friis Sørensen, Branch Manager, Furuno
Vinay Venkatraman, CEO, Leapcraft
Ulf Siwe, Communication Officer, The Swedish Maritime Administration

15:50 Tea/Coffee Break Kindly Sponsored by SpeedCast

Speedcast
 

Session: Innovation Driving the Future of Shipping

16:15 Future-Proofing your Talent

Tommy Olofsen, Managing Director, OSM Maritime Group

16:40 Maersk Line's Path To A High Ship Management Solution Rollout Velocity Uncovered

  • Project background: fact and figures
  • Rollout focus from product selection to project completion
  • The ingredients of a successful high velocity rollout capability

Jesper Søndergaard, Senior IT Project Manager, Maersk Line IT

17:05 Panel Session: Drivers for Innovation, Efficiency, Transparency and Safety in the Marine Technology Sector

Moderated by: Neville Smith Director, Mariner Communications

Panelists Include:

  • Maria Bruun Skipper, Director, Security, Health, Environment and Innovation, Danish Shipowners' Association
  • Michael Rodey, Innovation Strategy Manager Strategic R&D, Maersk Maritime Technology
  • Michael Prehn, Deputy Director, Danish Maritime
  • Sini Spets, Vice President, Business Development, Wärtsilä Services
  • Ilari Parkkinen, Project Manager Digitalisation, Wärtsilä Services
  • Christoffer Husell, Co-Founder, Shift Actions
  • Martin Reason, Director of Maritime Sales EMEA, SpeedCast

17:45 Mastermind Contest Winner Announced
Background and Purpose of Wärtsilä Marine Mastermind

Wärtsilä Marine Mastermind is an innovation contest with the ambition to look for disruptive digital initiatives and unique services offering and product ideas for digital transformation of marine industry. You can learn more here: http://www.wartsila.com/marinemastermind

The marine business provides multiple opportunities for service and product innovations. These can include, for example, predictive and proactive maintenance solutions, optimized operations through intelligent data analytics, or utilization of virtual reality in remote support. The value for the customer can focus on efficiency gains, better usability and transparency or improve safety of installations. Key criteria highlighted are usability of the service to marine industry, innovativeness, focus on customer need, and business potential and its scalability. 

Wartsila are pleased to be announcing the winner of this competition at Digital Ship Copenhagen 2016. Announcement of winner, presented by Sini Spets, Vice President, Business Development, Wärtsilä Services

18:00 Concluding Notes of Conference Day One followed by Networking Drinks Reception Kindly Sponsored by Telenor Satellite

 

19:30 Followed by a Gala Dinner Kindly Sponsored by Marlink at:
Vestauranten, DGI-byen,
Tietgensgade 65,
1704 Copenhagen V

Transport: Two buses will depart from the conference venue at 1900
This dinner is only open to registered conference attendees
Please confirm your dinner place with jo@thedigitalship.com

Marlink
 

*Please note speakers and session topics are subject to change at the discretion of the organiser.

Wednesday 6 April 2016 - Latest update 30/3/2016

09:00 Registration and Welcome Tea/Coffee

There will be a light breakfast and exhibition showcase on offer during the morning while there is a parallel workshop. This will provide a chance for delegates, speakers and exhibitors to interact, watch product demos and ask questions.

09:30 Exclusive Invitation to Attend our Interactive Workshop Session
– Hosted by Marlink

Marlink
 

This workshop will provide participants with an interactive, hands-on overview and demonstration of VSAT, XChange and the vessel IT solutions KeepUp@Sea from Palantir. Following a short explanation of maritime VSAT, participants will have the opportunity to experience an interactive demo session, hosted from our 3 different demo stations. Each station will be managed by a friendly member of our Marlink team who will explain and demonstrate their topic, all based around the A-Z of VSAT, as below.

  • Station 1: VSAT analysis and reporting tools
  • Station 2: KeepUp@Sea – onboard IT management
  • Station 3: XChange – onboard communications management

Breakfast and refreshments will be served during the session.

Please note this workshop is aimed at shipping companies and is by invitation only. Please contact jo@thedigitalship.com to register your place.

11:00 Tea/Coffee Break

 

Session: Technology for Vessel and Business Performance

11:15 Opening Notes from Session Chair

Noralf Gamlem, CIO, Vard

11:20 Collaboration to Drive Innovation

  • In a global business like shipbuilding, with customers, turnkey suppliers, partners and our own units spread across the globe, the need to stay competitive is continuously driving innovation and collaboration both with regards to ship owners and other external partners.

Noralf Gamlem, CIO, Vard

11:45 Shipping in the Ship Intelligence Era

  • How will digitalisation impact and change shipping?
  • Smart solutions for the next generation of ships
  • Technology development focus and trends
  • The journey towards autonomous and remote controlled shipping

Oskar Levander, VP Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine

12:10 Digital Transformation and New IoT-Based Services

In 2015, ABB launched Integrated Operations, which allows ships, onshore operations, and ABB to operate on the same IoT backbone in order to deliver troubleshooting, maintenance, technical support, and software-based services in a seamless manner that reduces cost for the owner onboard the vessel but also onshore.

Session outline:

  • Live Broadcast to our new Integrated Operations Center in Oslo
  • Stian Braastad, Head of Global Technical Support will introduce what we can do for ships
  • Q&A with the audience
  • Overview of the 6 Digital Services we have built
    • Examples where these services are in use
    • How we developed them, what the challenges were
  • How we see the near future

Richard Windischhofer, Group Vice President, Business Development Integrated Operations, ABB Marine and Ports

12:50 The Internet of Things and Connected Ships

Mary Etienne, Business Development Director, Maritime, Shipping, Offshore IOT, Dell OEM

13:15 Questions and Answer Session Followed by Conference Conclusions

13:30 Lunch Kindly Sponsored by Iridium

Iridium Everywhere
 

Session: Innovation and Technical Solutions Showcase

14:30 Collect, Automate and Collaborate!

  • By collecting data from different systems and incorporating them into a single platform, providing business best possible conditions when making decisions
  • Automated processes ensure complex business procedures - such as when a new ship is purchased or chartered – are completed efficiently and flawlessly
  • By using SharePoint Online and Office 365 from Microsoft as a basic foundation, the solution is scalable and available without delays across the globe. User Adoption is also easier, since most users are already familiar with the technology and tools from Microsoft 

Flemming Weel, Consultant for Viteco and owner, InfoVenture 

14:50 Fleet Xpress: Taking Operational Efficiency to the Next Level

 Inmarsat's newly-launched Fleet Xpress (FX) service is the first global high-speed broadband service for maritime and offshore operators available from a single communications provider. Based on the Global Xpress (GX) satellite network, FX combines the high data speeds of Ka-band with the ultra-reliable FleetBroadband L-band service for unlimited backup. FX takes maritime communications to the next level with guaranteed global bandwidth ensuring ship owners and operators can improve business intelligence and enhance efficiency, performance and crew welfare.  Join this session for an in-depth look at the service and how its combination of continuous connectivity, guaranteed performance, controlled costs and business applications in one, standardised, fully-managed service can transform your business. 

Eric Hoogenbosch, EMEA Sales Director, Inmarsat Maritime

15:10 Bringing Computers on Board Opens Up Unlimited Possibilities, BUT…

In recent years we have sent more and more computers, programs and solutions on board the vessels. The number of programs and solutions has only increased together with the rise of digitalization. We have reached a point where the number of programs and workflows through the various systems has become a large burden for the mariners. Weilbach have worked on a one-stop solution for mariners, by collecting all the navigational data, legislation and technical information into one world: WENDIS. WENDIS is an open source, which allow the shipping companies to integrate with the programs where it make good value and it consolidate as many workflows as possible to minimize the administration on board and for the mariners to get easy access to the required information the fastest way possible

Martin N. Mikkelsen, Director, Business Development, Weilbach

15:30 Vessel Indoor Positioning Technology

  • Seafarers' smart phones can be used as their communication device on board
  • Seafarers' can make full use of their smart phones, including various apps
  • Emergency call function interfaces with VIPS
  • Paging call with general alarm function and it is possible to use like a general mobile phone and clock of LCD type

Kwon Hyuk-Soon, Vice President, NET SWAN

15:50 Conference Conclusions and Close

*Please note speakers and session topics are subject to change at the discretion of the organiser.

Stian Braastad, Head of Global Technical Support, ABB Marine and Ports

Stian Braastad, Head of Global Technical Support, ABB Marine and Ports

Stian is running the Global Technical Support, which includes field service, remote connectivity, analytics, and service processes that deploy connectivity and software solutions. He started his career as commissioning engineer and worked in Field Services, and is now leading the transformation of the new technical support organization, which he is also running. Stian is based in Norway.


Joseph Carson, COO, ESC Global Security Cyber Security Division

Joseph Carson, COO, ESC Global Security Cyber Security Division

Joseph has more than 20 years' experience in cyber security, information security, network operations centres, security operations centres, information technology, Data Centres, infrastructure and enterprise management solutions. He is a member of ISC2 and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Joseph serves as Head of Cyber Security at ESC Global Security, previously Joseph held senior roles where he spent more than 10 years at Symantec and HP. Joseph is a Cyber Security advisor to Governments, Critical Infrastructure, Financial, Transportation and Maritime industries.


Michael Carter, Sales Director EMEA - Network and Data Services, Telenor Satellite Broadcasting

Michael Carter, Sales Director EMEA - Network and Data Services, Telenor Satellite Broadcasting

Michael joined Telenor Satellite in 2005 and is currently Director of Sales for our Network and Data services division, which is responsible for providing high quality data communication services over satellite to customers on land and sea. He has over 14 years International Telecom experience, working for companies such as Tandberg (Now CISCO) and BaneTele. Michael has an MBA from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Fonty's University in Eindhoven, Holland.


Mary Etienne, Business Development Director, Maritime, Shipping, Offshore IOT, Dell OEM

Mary Etienne, Business Development Director, Maritime, Shipping, Offshore IOT, Dell OEM

OEM Solutions Mary Etienne Business Development Director, Maritime, Shipping and Offshore A business leader with over 25-years industry experience in Fortune 500 companies, Mary Etienne joined Dell in 2011 as Business Development Director of Dell OEM Solutions, where she is responsible for creating business value for customers in the maritime, shipping, and offshore markets. A specialist, global division, Dell OEM Solutions builds industry-grade and long lifecycle products and provides customized logistics and services for customers to sell into the marketplace as part of their own branded products.


Noralf Gamlem, CIO, Vard (formerly STX OSV)

Noralf Gamlem, CIO, Vard (formerly STX OSV)

Noralf Gamlem is the CIO of Vard Group AS. VARD is a major global shipbuilder, constructing offshore and specialized vessels used in the offshore oil and gas exploration & production and oil services industries. Our core business is innovative design and construction of complex and highly customized OSV's, including PSV's, AHTS's and advanced OSCV's. In addition, we produce specialized vessels such as LNG-powered ferries, naval and coast guard vessels, fishing vessels and non-offshore related icebreakers with customers-specific applications. We have ten shipbuilding facilities worldwide – five in Norway, two in Romania, two in Brazil and one in Vietnam. Our strategically located shipyards enable us to meet every need of a diverse and sophisticated global customer base.

In charge of ICT for VARD, Noralf ' s goal is to deliver agile ICT services aligned to the changing business needs. His responsibilities in this role include developing an agile and standardised ICT infrastructure, co-operate closely with the business to ensure that systems and services are according to the various business needs and facilitate utilization of modern ICT tools in order to stay ahead of our competitors. As a global networked company it is essential t hat infrastructure, systems and services support a distributed organization with high mobility without interruption.


Walter Hannemann, Product Manager, Dualog

Walter Hannemann, Product Manager, Dualog

Walter Hannemann has professionally participated in the development of IT since the 80's, from his education in Electronics and Information Systems. His responsibilities have involved software development to solution architecture, infrastructure design and management , IT service delivery and even .com entrepreneurship. With a passion for making things work, shipping applications and all digital equipment onboard became his interest from 2008. Having headed IT departments in Maersk Tankers and Torm, has recently become Product Manager for Dualog. Based in Copenhagen, Walter enjoys finding solutions for big (and small) business problems using IT, while keeping the overview and a forward-looking approach, with deep dives in technical subjects when necessary - or possible.


Capt Magnar Høijord, Marine Superintendent, Golar Management Norway

Capt Magnar Høijord, Marine Superintendent, Golar Management Norway

Capt Magnar Høijord works with Golar Management Norway as Marine Superintendent & Vetting Manager overseeing 8 vessels as MS and some 20 vessels as Vetting Manager.

He has around 12 years seatime and almost 14 years' experience in office as Marine Superintendent, Vetting Manager and Cargo Superintendent for companies like Höegh Autoliners, V.Ships Norway and now with Golar LNG for the last three years. He was/is in charge of implementing ECDIS as main navigational source for Golar LNG vessels.


Eric Hoogenbosch, EMEA Sales Director, Inmarsat Maritime

Eric Hoogenbosch, EMEA Sales Director, Inmarsat Maritime

Eric Hoogenbosch has over 20 years' experience in the telecommunications and satellite industry. After starting his career in international data network services and moving to fixed satellite services, he entered the mobile satellite industry in 2003. Currently he is responsible for the retail sales activities for the EMEA region within the Maritime business unit at Inmarsat.

He is very excited to be part of the introduction of Fleet Xpress, a revolutionary new service that will bring a new level of connectivity services to the maritime industry.


Kyle Hurst, Director Maritime Business, Iridium

Kyle Hurst, Director Maritime Business, Iridium

Kyle has 17 years' experience in the maritime satellite communication sector. Before joining Iridium as Director, Maritime Business in March 2015, Kyle worked for Station711 and before that as Director of Market Development at Thuraya, and was also previously Maritime Marketing Manager for lnmarsat in London, specialising in product development and the application of satellite communications to the maritime market. His experience extends to working as a Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) Manager for the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency in the Solomon Islands. A native Australian, he has also held a number of leadership positions at the Queensland Department of Primary Industries. Kyle was also a soldier in the Australian Army (Engineer Corps) and grew up working with his family in a number of commercial fisheries on the South East Coast of Australia.


Christoffer Husell, Co-Founder, Shift

Christoffer Husell, Co-Founder, Shift

As an entrepreneur, co-founder of Shift Actions and startup trouble maker at Lean Innovation Lab, Christoffer focuses on innovation, disruptive business models and digital transformation. His day to day job is to challenge large and established companies to think differently, transform the way they adapt to change and create new business models. Born in a family of shipping entrepreneurs, Christoffer also has a long and passionate relationship with the marine industries.


Andy Jones, Chief Information Security Officer, Maersk Line

Andy Jones, Chief Information Security Officer, Maersk Line

Andy Jones CISSP is the Chief Information Security Officer for Maersk Line. He has over fifteen years of experience in information security and has also headed the information security function for Unilever and Sainsbury's supermarkets.

Andy has also worked in information security for British Airways and as a security researcher, where he specialised in legal and regulatory aspects of information security. He has spoken at conferences around the globe and written a number of press articles on information security topics.

Andy is a member of the management board for the Information Security Forum, and is a founding member of the ISC2 Thames Valley Chapter. He holds a degree in Physics and an MBA.


Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Senior Marine Technical Officer, BIMCO

Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Senior Marine Technical Officer, BIMCO

Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl is educated as naval architect and holds a position as Senior Marine Technical Officer at BIMCO, with responsibility for co-ordinating BIMCO's initiative on a large variety of technical related matters. His core competencies cover maritime Flag state administration (Flag state implementation, Goal- and functional-based regulation, Risk-based approval process), Risk assessment (Formal Safety Assessment methodology), Ship stability (intact and damage) as well as in-depth technical knowledge on Green House Gases, Air Emissions and Environmental matters. Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl previously worked at FORCE Technology (Danish Maritime Institute) for 8 years and also 8 years at the Danish Maritime Authority.


Lars Knudsen, Partner, Brandemann

Lars Knudsen, Partner, Brandemann

With more than 16 years in the maritime sector and being in " Communications " since 1996 Lars Knudsen has substantial knowledge about the technological and market demands in the offshore markets. The fact that Lars has worked for communications providers, telco's, hardware service providers and not at least been a consultant to a number of oil/gas com panies and ship-owners makes him a person that have dealt and operated with all aspects.

Today Lars is the managing partner of Brandemann, which was established just two years ago and already has a substantial amount of well-known maritime clients. Brandemann provides consulting to service providers as well as the maritime industry and have selected a narrow portfolio of unique hardware and services for the offshore markets. It is the reseller of AescuLink in the Nordic region, as well as selected global clients.


Nick Lambert, Director, Maritime Domain Expert, Satellite Applications Catapult

Nick Lambert, Director, Maritime Domain Expert, Satellite Applications Catapult

A master mariner and a committed proponent of the maritime users' perspective, Rear Admiral Nick Lambert concluded a long naval operational career as the UK National Hydrographer in December 2012. He advises on a wide range of maritime issues including the importance of spatial data infrastructures and hydrography for maritime economies, the evolution of eN avigation and GNSS vulnerability, near or real time situational awareness (especially that derived from space based assets and applications), human factors, and training and education in the maritime sector.


Oskar Levander, VP Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine

Oskar Levander, VP Innovation, Rolls-Royce Marine

Oskar Levander joined Rolls-Royce in 2012 as VP Innovation, Engineering & Technology, Marine. Before this, he has worked most of his career in Wärtsilä where he held various roles, such as Director, Concept Design, Marine Lifecycle Solutions. He graduated with honours from Helsinki University of Technology in 2000, with a MSc in Naval Architecture.

Oskar has been working mostly with the development of new ship designs, machinery and propulsion concepts for various ship types and emerging marine technologies. He has been deeply involved in the development of more energy efficient ships and h e has been an active force in promoting the marine use of LNG. He is also driving the development of ship intelligence and the introduction of remote controlled unmanned ships. In 2011 he was included in " Lloyd's List 2011 One Hundred Most Influencial People in the Shipping Industry ".


Jan Kragh Michelsen, Vice President Maritime Business Unit, Cobham SATCOM

Jan Kragh Michelsen, Vice President Maritime Business Unit, Cobham SATCOM

Jan holds the position as Vice President, Maritime Business Unit, being overall responsible for Cobham's maritime business globally, which is centered around the SAILOR® and Sea Tel brands of maritime satellite and radio communication products.

He has extensive maritime experience, gained across different sectors within the maritime industry, from sales management positions at leading maritime high-tech companies to assignments as commanding officer on coastal patrol vessels.

He holds an Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics from Copenhagen Business School and is the " Blue MBA " Ambassador for Technology and Innovation. He is also a Master Mariner graduate from Svendborg International Maritime Academy (SIMAC) and a commissioned naval officer from the Royal Danish Navy.


Martin N. Mikkelsen, Director, Business Development, Weilbach

Martin N. Mikkelsen, Director, Business Development, Weilbach

 


Rob Myers, Senior Director, Maritime Market Delivery, Inmarsat Maritime

Rob Myers, Senior Director, Maritime Market Delivery, Inmarsat Maritime

Based in London, Rob joined Inmarsat in 2011 with a strong background in product marketing, proposition development, product and service launch and marketing. He spent his first four years at Inmarsat running the enterprise market delivery teams that successfully launched IsatPhone Pro, IsatPhone 2, IsatHub, BGAN Link and BGAN HDR to name a few.

For the past year Rob has overseen market research and competitive intelligence, product marketing and marketing communications for Inmarsat's maritime business unit.

Rob spent the first ten years of his career in pre-sales support and consulting for real-time financial information products and services. After completing an MBA from Ashridge Business School in 2000, he joined Bandwidth Technologies, a satellite services provider, as a business manager.

In 2002, Rob joined Arqiva as Head of Product Marketing for carriers and enterprise, and was instrumental in them becoming one of the first UK companies to acquire an iDirect hub, enabling smaller satellite service providers to operate their own virtual satellite platforms.

Three years prior to joining Inmarsat, Rob moved to TelecityGroup , the pan-European carrier-neutral data centre operator, as Head of Product Management, where he helped develop their cloud computing platform. As well as an MBA, Rob also holds an HND in Electronic Engineering.


Andreas Nordseth, Director General, Danish Maritime Authority

Andreas Nordseth, Director General, Danish Maritime Authority

Appointed in 2009 as Director-General of the Danish Maritime Authority, Andreas Nordseth is Denmark's chief maritime executive, responsible for the strategic development and day-to-day running of a large and proactive maritime authority. He is the principal maritime advisor to the Danish Government. Shipping is part of Mr. Nordseth ' s DNA. Going to sea as a boy in 1976, he advanced to deck officer serving on board merchant ships as well as fulfilling his duties as an officer in the Royal Danish Navy. After completing studies at Denmark's Technical University he worked as a Lecturer at Copenhagen's Nautical College before joining the Danish Maritime Authority in 1991 as advisor and Examiner for Masters and Mates. Promoted to Director for Maritime Education and Training, he was responsible e.g. for STCW implementation and enforcement and also took on the stewardship of reforming the national maritime education system. His extensive maritime insight combined with his proven management and leadership competences earned him the promotion to Deputy Director-General of the Danish Maritime Authority in 2003 and later to Director-General. As Chairman of the international Consultative Shipping Group (CSG) since 2009, he has been leading a dialogue-based brokering of solutions with a row of significant, maritime stakeholders from around the world. In addition, Mr. Nordseth is a Governor at the World Maritime University and a board member of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). He also holds various posts in committees and on boards within the maritime domain.


Tommy Olofsen, Managing Director, OSM Crew Management

Tommy Olofsen, Managing Director, OSM Crew Management

Tommy Olofsen is a senior leader in the Maritime Industry. Having worked the past 25 years in Shipping, he has experienced the industry from both offshore as well as onshore. He has worked in Maersk, Teekay, TORM and now OSM Maritime Group. His roles have included senior officer positions on board Container Vessels, Commercial Operations, Crew Management, HR Management and Executive roles in all areas of this exciting industry. Major achievements have been the build-up of APM Terminals, the Maersk Oil Qatar FDP2005 project, Implementation of SCOPE in Teekay and Turnaround of TORM. Today, Tommy is the Managing Director of OSM Crew Management, a leader in Offshore Crew Management with an aim of providing quality manning solutions to the industry.


Hans Ottosen, CEO, Danelac

Hans Ottosen, CEO, Danelac

Hans Ottosen started his career in the maritime industry, training as a naval officer from the age of 16 to 20. He holds an MBA from IMD in Switzerland and has held various global senior management positions within the industrial and telecom sectors. Since joining Danelec Marine as CEO in September 2011, he is really excited about being back in the maritime industry, and especially being able to apply his professional knowledge and experience.

Danelec Marine, headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, was a pioneer in VDRs (Voyage Data Recorders) in the beginning of the millennium and has since developed its product range to other maritime data based products.

Their vision is to provide the most efficient product and service solutions to the maritime industry.


Michael Owen, Head of Customer Acquisition, Marlink

Michael Owen, Head of Customer Acquisition, Marlink

Michael Owen is the Head of Customer Acquisitions for Marlink.

Mr. Owen has 20 years' experience in technology sales management with companies ranging from small businesses to large multi-national corporations. The length of his career has been focused on solving problems with technical solutions ranging from software development to infrastructure solutions with a focus on business critical environments. Michael holds a M.B.A. in International Management from the University of Denver. He resides in Norway with his wife and two children.


Ilari Parkkinen, Project Manager Digitalisation, Wärtsilä Services

Ilari Parkkinen, Project Manager Digitalisation, Wärtsilä Services

lari's current role as digitalisation projects manager in Wärtsilä Services is breaking traditional heavy waterfall models and status quo by challenging orthodoxies of the Marine industry. He owns a multidisciplinary background from design and engineering utilizing it in his everyday work. Previously he has been establishing industrial design and customer centric design methods in Wärtsilä Marine Solutions that are today well recognized in the industry. He is excited about front-end innovation, design thinking and new technologies.


Bjørn Borbye Pedersen, Special Adviser, Danish Maritime Authority

Bjørn Borbye Pedersen, Special Adviser, Danish Maritime Authority

Bjørn Borbye Pedersen has worked with strategy and innovation management at the Danish Maritime Authority for the past six years. He led the design of the EU project EfficienSea2 in which he is responsible for the work package ' Measures to Maximise Impact '. EfficienSea2 has 32 partners, a budget of M11.5Euro and aims at developing the essential solutions that will take e-Navigation fr om testbeds to real-life implementation. The Maritime Cloud being the evolving concept.

Prior to joining the Danish Maritime Authority Bjørn worked five years in an innovation think tank and two years in management consulting. Bjørn holds an MSc (Econ.) in Management of Innovation and Business Development from Copenhagen Business School combined with MBA studies at National Cheng Chi University, Taipei, and Cox School of Business, Dallas.


Michael Prehn, Deputy Director, Danish Maritime

Michael Prehn, Deputy Director, Danish Maritime

Michael is the Deputy Director of Danish Maritime, the industrial organisation for the Danish maritime manufacturing industry, LLM., He was fomerly employed in the Danish Ministry of Business and Industry, including four years at the Danish Permanent Representation to the EU in Brussels. He has worked as lobbyist for Danish industrial interests, especially maritime, for six years in Brussels. Since 1995 Michael has worked as deputy head of Danish Maritime's headquarters in Copenhagen. He is chiefly focussed on environmental and technical issues, Danish as well as EU and IMO regulations, including many technically oriented subjects such as ballast water, coating and air pollution.


Martin Reason, European Sales Director, SpeedCast

Peter Victor Wiese, Director & Partner, Viteco

Martin Reason Martin has spent over 30 years working in the Telecommunications, Satellite and the IT industry and currently runs Maritime Sales in Europe for SpeedCast. Martin has been involved with the Maritime industry since 2008 first as Sales Director at Zynetix a company focusing on GSM calling at sea and then with Globe Wireless as Business Development Director. Martin currently spends a lot of his time with shipping companies advising on options for communications and IT at sea. The roles he has performed in Maritime have given Martin a unique and in depth knowledge on what customer requirements are for a communications and IT solutions at sea.


Niels Reuther, Regional Sales Manager, Marlink

Niels Reuther, Regional Sales Manager, Marlink

Niels Reuther is Regional Sales Manager responsible for the development of business in the Danish region for Marlink, the global innovative provider of satellite enabled solutions.

Niels joined Marlink on 1st February 2016 to take the lead in Marlink's new Copenhagen, Denmark Office and uses his experience in the commercial maritime market to help develop customer relationships.

Prior to joining Marlink, Niels worked for 8 years as a Sales Manager with KVH Industries, a service provider for communication equipment and connectivity. He also held senior sales roles with Furuno and Tele-Greenland. Through these roles Niels has met with maritime partners and end customers from all over the world and developed a broad insight into the needs of segments such as: oil and gas, windmills, tankers, containers and regions including Europe, the U.S., Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

With over 15 years' experience in the maritime communications and VSAT sect or, Niels' strong technical background enables him to offer valuable advice and support; pairing products and services from Marlink with customers ' needs and budgets. His valuable experience and skill set helps to reinforce the leadership position of Marlink in maritime satellite communications.


Michael Rodey, Innovation Strategy Manager, Maersk Maritime Technology

Michael Rodey, Innovation Strategy Manager, Maersk Maritime Technology

P. Michael A. Rodey is the Innovation Strategy Manager for Maersk Maritime Technology, a knowledge and competence center for technologies within the Maersk group. Maersk Maritime Technology focuses on providing sustainable and cost effective solutions within areas of new buildings, optimization, operational support and innovation to achieve high standards in safety, energy consumption and environmental performances. Michael is responsible for steering the strategic course that Maersk Maritime Technology is embarking upon, that of digitalization and automation in the Maritime industry.

Prior to joining Maersk, Michael worked in both Saudi Aramco and Statoil where he developed innovative and value creating strategies to enable these companies to succeed through periods of profound change which have impacted the energy industry.

Michael holds a Masters of Science in Petroleum Economics and Management from the IFP School (École nationale supérieure du pétrole et des moteurs) in Paris, France.


Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst, BIMCO

Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst, BIMCO

Peter Sand joined BIMCO in 2009 and holds the position of Chief Shipping Analyst. In this position he is responsible for analysing the commercial markets for dry bulkers, tankers and containerships. Taking the offset in global economics as the analytical starting point for all seaborne trade, he assists management and members with insight into many different aspects of the shipping industry. Peter's regular reports and focused analytical articles on the shipping market are widel y read and have often been referenced in mainstream media.

Teacher of Maritime Economics at the Danish Shipping Academy as well as guest lecturer at Copenhagen Business School - Blue MBA and Shipping bachelor.

During the rise and fall of the shipping markets Peter gained experience in the fields of shipping analysis, executive assistance, caretaking of investors and the art of transforming data and statistics into overviews and forecasts. Prior to his career in BIMCO , he worked for the dry bulk and product tanker company D/S NORDEN. Peter holds a Master's Degree in economics for the University of Copenhagen


Morten Schenk, Co-Founder and CTO, CyberKeel

Morten Schenk, Co-Founder and CTO, CyberKeel

 


Ulf Siwe, Communication Officer, The Swedish Maritime Administration

Ulf Siwe, Communication Officer, The Swedish Maritime Administration

MONALISA 2.0 is an EU-project with 39 partners in 10 countries. Mr. Ulf Siwe M.Sc., is the Communications Officer of the project. MONALISA 2.0 is defining Sea Traffic Management, the concept where real-time information is shared to all authorized relevant parties in the maritime transport chain. The project is also developing solutions for safer ships and better SAR operations. Ulf is the author of scientific papers in the field and an appreciated presenter at conferences. Prior to joining the Swedish Maritime Administration, Mr. Siwe worked for 20 years in the IT industry in many different functions, from software development to sales and marketing.


Maria Bruun Skipper, Director, Security, Health, Environment and Innovation, Danish Shipowners' Association

Maria Bruun Skipper, Director, Security, Health, Environment and Innovation, Danish Shipowners' Association

Maria Bruun Skipper joined the Danish Ship owners' Association (DSA) in 2009 and represents the political interests of the Danish ship owners at national and international level. In December 2014 Maria was appointed Director for Security, Health, Environment and Innovation (SHEI). The SHEI department is responsible for technical, nautical and political aspects of security, health, environment and innovation. Piracy, safety, security, climate and environmental regulation, enforcement of the sulphur regulation, ship recycling, occupational health and safety and corporate social responsibility (CSR) are among the topics covered by SHEI.

Maria is a member of the Advisory Committee for the project Mitigating and reversing the side-effects of environmental legislation on Ro-Ro shipping in Northern Europe at the Technical University of Denmark. In addition member of the Advisory Committee for the project Climate change and maritime industry voluntary measures at the University of Copenhagen.

Before 2009, Maria worked as political advisor to Mrs. Anne E. Jensen, Danish member of the European Parliament.

Maria holds a master's degree in Political Science from University of Southern Denmark as well as a master's degree in European Politics and Administration from the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium.


Neville Smith, Director, Mariner Communications

Neville Smith, Director, Mariner Communications

Neville Smith is a maritime media consultant with shipping industry clients across communications, navigation, IT and marine products and services. A maritime journalist for 16 years and a former deputy editor of daily maritime newspaper Lloyd's List, he works for clients on messaging, positioning and campaign delivery across print and electronic media as well as blogging at www. maritimeinsight.com on current and future trends in communications and technology.


Jesper Søndergaard, Senior IT Project Manager, Maersk Line IT

Jesper Søndergaard, Senior IT Project Manager, Maersk Line IT

Jesper Søndergaard has worked for Maersk Line IT for the last 1½ years as project manager. During the entire period Jesper has been involved in the ShipManager roll-out project co-leading the project. His main focus has been on data migration to prepare for the roll-out on the vessels. From April 2016 Jesper will take over the main lead of the project.

Before Jesper came to Maersk Line he worked in the financial industry for more than 12 years and worked as IT project manager and IT development manager. During his career in the financial industry Jesper has been involved in some of the largest data and system migration projects in Northern Europe; experience that has been valuable when working in the ShipManager project in Maersk Line.


Kwon Hyuk-Soon, Vice President, NETSWAN

Kwon Hyuk-Soon, Vice President, NETSWAN

Hyuk-Soon Kwon is the Vice President of NET Co. Ltd. He joined the company in October 2000. He succeeded in developing and commercializing VoIP auto-switched phone systems and led the team to complete the delivery of 70 vessels and 170 orders to date. He also led the team to get the CE and DNV GL certification, waterproof and explosion-proof certification for the five outcomes (SWAN Products) for the global commercialization of the final product. H e has registered eight cases of IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) and filed and published five disquisitions.


Mads Friis Sørensen, Branch Manager, Furuno

Mads Friis Sørensen, Branch Manager, Furuno

Mads has worked for FURUNO European Branch Office since 1998. In the beginning he was supporting FURUNO's distributors as a consultant in new building projects in FURUNO, which involved Integrated Navigation Systems (INS). His main task was to make system designs in compliance with the many different classification requirements. In 2005 he was assigned to open FURUNO's INS Training Centre in Copenhagen and since then he has worked to establish FURUNO's NavSkills network of training centres and he is co-inventor of FURUNO's Computer Aided Training Systems for distant learning. During his career in FURUNO he has worked with business development and he has assisted FURUNO in the development of ECDIS and INS.


Sini Spets, Vice President, Business Development, Wärtsilä Services

Sini Spets, Vice President, Business Development, Wärtsilä Services

Ms Sini Spets is a business development executive responsible for the Wärtsilä Services long term growth through strategy development, mergers & acquisitions, business inno vation & start-up cooperation, digitalisation and new customer service models. Graduated as MSc Psychology in 1998, she has spent extensive portion of her career working as an HR executive in fast-moving software development business, completing strategic and cultural change programmes that create competitive environment for high performance. Colleagues seek her views particularly when something abstract needs to be made tangible, when the organisational constraints or conflicts for making things happen need resolving, or when new emerging concepts need support in making it to reality.


Vinay Venkatraman, CEO, Leapcraft

Vinay Venkatraman, CEO, Leapcraft

Vinay Venkatraman is the founder and CEO of Leapcraft - a new age global innovation provider blending design, data and science to create sophisticated data enabled products. Vinay works closely with companies & governments to create new offerings with a breed of new tools and methods based on big data analytics & internet of things driven by rapid prototyping and a user centric approach to making technology usable. He has helped shape product strategy for companies like Nokia, Intel, Novo Nordisk, Maersk line, Lufthansa Technik, Philips, city of Copenhagen etc. His passion lies in incubating new technology ideas, finding new models of sustainable socio-economic development using appropriate technologies.

As part of his academic interests Vinay has also co-founded CIID (Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design) and the Big Data Visualization academy in collaboration with Danish Design Center to create new skills and build awareness of how big data can be utilised with design thinking and innovation strategy.

Vinay routinely travels and lectures worldwide in platforms like TED on innovation, user centered methods and design for digital technologies. in 2013 he was the recipient of an award from the Danish Design Council and has served on numerous jury panels for design awards etc. Find out more about Vinay and his work at www.idnext.com


Adonis Violaris, Marketing Director, Interorient Shipmanagement

Adonis Violaris

Mr. Adonis Violaris is the Chairman of the ICT Sub-Committee of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber and until recently the Managing Director of Telaccount Overseas Ltd with Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement. Mr. Violaris holds an MBA in Business Administration from Freie Universität in Berlin. Throughout his education and professional experience, he maintains close links with the IT and Communications Industry and is one of the main speakers at various IT and Communications conferences. With regard to his service role, Mr. Violaris is involved at national and local levels in Marketing, and Information and Communication Technologies. He serves as the Chairman of the ICT Sub-committee of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber for the last 15 years.


Flemming Weel, Consultant for Viteco and owner, InfoVenture

Flemming Weel, Consultant for Viteco and owner, InfoVenture

Flemming Weel Flemming Weel helps companies design and adopt solutions turning infor mation and data assets into business value.

Flemming is an experienced business executive, who has worn many hats during his career including management consultant and line manager in corporations like global auditing company E&Y, VELUX and Telenor. Since 2010 Flemming has been heading entrepreneurial ventures within the IT and consulting industry. Today he works for Viteco through his own company InfoVenture.

As a result of his experience, Flemming has a unique ability to see things from many perspectives and delivers long lasting solutions with a proven high return on investment.

For more than 10 years Flemming has headed a wide range of assignments spanning technologies like SharePoint, Business intelligence, CRM and core infrastructure. One key finding summarizing his career is the importance of organizational adoption. Adoption goes far beyond technology deployment and is often the imperative for how companies benefit from their investment in technology.

For the last 4 years Flemming has spent a significant part of his time working within the Shipping industry. He has headed a programme with the purpose of integrating all major information and data assets into one digital workspace. The result is a powerful platform where user can find information about Vessels regardless if this is documents, vessel masterdata, actions or real time performance data from the vessel.

Flemmings motto: When IT and people meet, leadership is added - that ' s when magic starts happening!


Richard Windischhofer, Group Vice President, Business Development Integrated Operations, ABB Marine and Ports

Richard Windischhofer, Group Vice President, Business Development Integrated Operations, ABB Marine and Ports

Richard is responsible for the digital transformation o f ABB Marine and Ports. He lead the creation and implementation of ABB's Integrated Operations, which is ABB's digital offering for the Maritime Industry. Before joining ABB in 2010, Richard worked in scientific research and consulting, focusing on industrial business. Richard has a proven track record within strategy, customer-centric innovation, digitalization, and hands-on change leadership. He holds a Ph.D. in Management, and is currently based in Oslo.


 

Bring Your Own Device

Kindly sponsored by INTELSAT.  Ensvision.  Connect.  Transform


As part of our corporate commitment to the environment and less paper, Digital Ship is pleased to be using the engaging and interactive conferience.com webapp during Digital Ship Copenhagen.

The webapp will hold all agenda information, speaker biographies and photos, sponsor/exhibitor profiles and floor plan, delegate list, feedback form, as well as a Q&A function that will be available during the panel discussions. The Q&A will allow for anonymous questions to be put forward, plus popular questions can be upvoted to the top.

Please note that no printed agendas will be available at this event.

WebApp preview: Visit https://conferience.com/app/dscopenhagen and bookmark it ahead of the event.

www.digitalship.com/copenhagen16
 

To enquire about an exhibition or sponsorship opportunity contact:
Youngsuk Park, 
Exhibition & Sponsorship Sales Manager 
T: +44 (0)20 7017 3409 
E: young@thedigitalship.com

  • Stand available
  • Stand booked
  • Stand on option
  • Buffet
  • Pillar
  • High top table
 

* subject to change as required by the organiser

DIGITAL SHIP COPENHAGEN 2016 EXHIBITORS
Stand No.Exhibitor
1 NAVTOR
2 SpeedCast
3 navarino
4

Dell OEM Solutions

5

Hanseaticsoft GmbH

6 GTMaritime
8 Telenor Satellite
9 DNV GL Software
10 SWANNET
16 Marlink
17 Marlink
18 Dualog
19 AescuLink
20 Viteco
22 Palantir
23 NSSLGlobal
24 SpecTec
26 On-Waves
27 OceanManager
28 Station711
29 Weilbach

 

To enquire about sponsorship contact:

Exhibition Sales Manager - Youngsuk Park,
T: +44 (0)20 7017 3409,
E: young@thedigitalship.com

 

 

Global + Dinner
Marlink

 

Gold + Drinks Reception

 

Silver + Day 2 Lunch Silver + Wi-Fi
Iridium Everywhere Inmarsat

 

Bronze + Day 1 Morning Bronze + Day 1 Afternoon
dell Speedcast

 

Bronze Bronze
Wartsila ABB

 

WebApp
INTELSAT

 

Day 1 Welcome Day 1 Lunch
Sea IT Dualog

 

 


Visitor Information - Digital Ship Copenhagen 2016


Opening times

Tuesday, 5th April:
08.00 – 09.00    Registration / badge collection 
09.00 – 18.00    Conference sessions
18.00 – 19.00    Drinks reception
19.30 – 22.30    Sponsored evening dinner for all participants

Wednesday, 6th April:
08.30 – 09.30    Registration / badge collection
09.30 – 16.00    Conference sessions
10.00 – 12.00    Sponsored training session

Venue:
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Oerestads Boulevard 114-118
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark
www.cpcopenhagen.dk
Map


Accommodation:


Digital Ship have secured preferential rates for the conference and exhibition please book before the cut-off date.
Book you room for Crowne Plaza Copenhagen here

Room Rate:

  • Deluxe 1325 DKK with breakfast.

Tel: 45-88-776655 
Email: info@cpcopenhagentowers.com

Rate only available until 22nd Feb 2016.

Please contact the hotel on the details above and ask for the Digital Ship rate.
Digital Ship cannot book rooms on your behalf; you need to arrange your own accommodation for yourself and colleagues.

A courtesy shuttle bus is available to book from the Crowne Plaza hotel.
From the airport to the hotel the shuttle bus is only on a first come, first served basis.
Please note it is possible to book a seat on the shuttle bus for your homeward journey. (Going from the hotel to the airport).

Alternative Accommodation
We have put together a unique HotelMap that shows hotel deals at nearby hotels https://www.HotelMap.com/pro/MZQMU

Local Time Zone : GMT+1
Nearest Train Station: Oerestad
Nearest Subway Station: Oerestad

Don't go home without trying smoerrebrod. The Danes take their sandwiches seriously. Herring, pork liver pate, cheese and sundry other Nordic specialities are liberally piled on sliced rye bread and washed down with schnapps.


Dinner venue


Restaurant: DGI-byen restaurant, Vestauranten

Address:
Tietgensgade 65,
1704 Copenhagen V, Denmark
T: +45 3329 8000
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DGI-byen restaurant, Vestauranten

Transport
Two buses will depart from the conference venue at 18.50. Please confirm with jo@thedigitalship.com to register for the Marlink dinner.

Bring Your Own Device

Kindly sponsored by INTELSAT.  Ensvision.  Connect.  Transform


As part of our corporate commitment to the environment and less paper, Digital Ship is pleased to be using the engaging and interactive conferience.com webapp during Digital Ship Copenhagen.

The webapp will hold all agenda information, speaker biographies and photos, sponsor/exhibitor profiles and floor plan, delegate list, feedback form, as well as a Q&A function that will be available during the panel discussions. The Q&A will allow for anonymous questions to be put forward, plus popular questions can be upvoted to the top.

Please note that no printed agendas will be available at this event.

WebApp preview: Visit https://conferience.com/app/dscopenhagen and bookmark it ahead of the event.

www.digitalship.com/copenhagen16
 

 

Online registrations for this event have now closed, but you can still register at the event reception desk from 08.00am on Tuesday, 5 April.

 

* Registrants involved directly in working for a ship operator (owner, manager, or builder) are entitled to attend this Digital Ship event free of charge. Please note – your current direct employer must own and operate commercial vessels, and you must be engaged in activities and employment directly by this company (i.e they may not be a parent company nor a holding company) to qualify for this free rate. You may be asked to provide proof of employment status. Digital Ship reserves the right to refuse registrations and/or entry to the conference.

  • 15% discount when 2 or more employees of the same company book and pay at the same time.
  • 50% discount for government organisations / academia.
  • 30% discount on the delegate price for members of supporting organisations (not applicable for sponsorship or exhibition packages).

Global + Dinner

Marlink

Gold + Drinks Reception

Telenor Satellite Broadcasting AS

Silver + Day 2 Lunch

Iridium Everywhere

Silver + Wi-Fi

Inmarsat

Bronze + Day 1 Morning

dell

Bronze + Day 1 Afternoon

Speedcast

Bronze

Wartsila

Bronze

ABB

WebApp

INTELSAT

Day 1 Lunch

Dualog

Day 1 Welcome

Sea IT

Exhibitors

NAVTOR Telenor Satellite Broadcasting AS Marlink Dualog Weilbach Station 711 dell Palantir NSSLGlobal Ltd. Intelsat on-waves GTMaritime SWANNET SpeedcastSpecTec Viteco navarino AescuLink hanseaticsoft

Supporting Organisation

Danish Shipowners' Association Danish Maritime The Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce WISTA CIRM BIMCO CATAPULT GVF

Media Partner

Media Group Maritime Denmark maritime connector jdc Global Maritime HubShow Me TransportShipping and Marine EventsSatnewsPort Technology Ship2Shore2 worldoils Baltic Transport Journal Harbours Review Maritime Russia www.SHIP2YARD.com SHIP EQUIPMENT - Equip4Ship.com POLAND maritime.com.pl schiff

Digital Ship magazine provides the latest information about maritime satellite communications technology, software systems, navigation technology, computer networks, data management and TMSA. It is published ten times a year.

 

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