1-5 June 2015, Hamburg, Germany
Tuesday, 2 June 2015
The digital Transformation of Business and Society, and its Impact on the Shipping, Ports and maritime Industries by 2030
The Importance of smartPORTs in global Competition – Challenges and Solutions
What are the Threats and Opportunities for international Shipping in the Future?
The global Economy at the Crossroads – recent Developments and Perspectives
The Evolution of Containership Sizes and its Impact on the Industry
Mega-ships: still for the common good?
Capt. Salvatore Cafiero
When a Mega Carrier enters the Port: Experiences of a Sea Captain
Traffic Control: Challenges and Solutions regarding the Navigation of Mega-Ships on the River Elbe and in the Port of Hamburg
Challenges and Solutions dealing with large Container Vessels – the Perspective of a Terminal Operator
Wednesday, 3 June 2015
IT is ready for smart Solutions
Why do Ports have to become smart?
smartPORT Hamburg – “How to dress for Success?”
An Arabian Perspective on Industry Trends: A View from the Bridge of DP World
What can a Port do to effectively manage landside Congestion – Truck Marshalling Automation and Key Performance Indicator Control as a Solution
José García de la Guía
smartPORT Valencia – Challenges, Solutions and Visions
International environmental Standards at Sea – Development, Implementation and Monitoring. Consequences and future Developments
How even minor Changes can increase Energy Efficiency significantly
smartPORT – What does it mean for Ports of Stockholm?
smartPORT energy – Experiences of the Port of Hamburg
Dipl.-Ing. Robert Howe
Global Transport needs sustainable Ports – LNG as Part of Greenports
Thursday, 4 June 2015
Cruise Ships and Ports: Now and Future Trends
Starting to grow: Cruise Tourism as a complementary Business Field in Busan
Managing the Growth of turnaround Cruise Operations in sensible Surroundings
Development of the Cruise Shipping Industry in the Port of Hamburg
Smart Terminals – smartPORTs: What can Ports contribute to a dynamic Cruise Industry?
Clean Air in Ports – Potential for Improving Air Quality
Clean Air Solutions in the Ports of Copenhagen and Malmö
Clean Air 2.0
Hong Kong’s Action to Clean Up Maritime Emission
What is the Role and History of the United Nations for the maritime Industry?
Frans van Zoelen
Law as Location Factor and a “Hanseatic League” for swift and reliable international Dispute Resolution
Dr Christoph Hasche
Litigation and Arbitration on site – a location Factor in global Competition
smartPORTS need smart Insurances
Dr Maria Carolina Romero
Impact of new female recruits at the World Maritime University
Dr. Phantian Zuesongdham
Diversity – Don’t talk, live it!
Dato’ Capt. David Padman
HOW DIVERSITY CONTRIBUTES TO SMART THINKING