16th to 17th April 2024
9am - 4.00pm
Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre Hall 406
In the face of unprecedented challenges posed by climate change and the urgent need for sustainable practices, the maritime industry is at the forefront of transformative change. This 2-day conference brings together visionaries, thought leaders, innovators, policy makers, researchers, and industry experts to explore the intersection of digitalisation and decarbonisation and chart a course towards a sustainable and efficient maritime future.
With a sharp focus on the convergence of digitalisation, cybersecurity, and decarbonisation technologies, this conference aims to offer profound insights for navigating the dynamic changes ahead.
Together, participants will expedite decarbonisation efforts, establish effective Net-Zero Fuel Pathways, and collectively steer towards a maritime industry that excels in both digital innovation and environmental stewardship. Join us on this transformative journey at the forefront of maritime excellence and sustainability.
|Opening Address by GOH
|Maritime Autonomy and AI
Keynote on Maritime Big Data
Presentations on Maritime AI
AI Route Optimization
Sensors & Autonomous Ships
Panel Discussion: Maritime Drones
TAN Kah Han
Panel Discussion: Investment and Venture Opportunities
To be confirmed
Dr. Heidi WYLE
Chye Poh CHUA
Panel Discussion: Digital Bunkering
TAN Sian Lip
More panellists coming soon.
|Panel Discussion: Cybersecurity
Cyber Threat Information Driven Action
ONG Chin Beng
|Opening Address by Mr Arsenio Dominguez, Secretary General, IMO
|Decarbonising International Shipping
Panel Discussion: Digitalise to Decarbonise
With IMO’s revised GHG emission strategy, there is an increasing need to find ways to spur the industry to realise the path of zero emissions from international shipping by 2050. In addition to alternative fuels, GHG emission savings can be achieved through various pathways including digitalisation, data collection and energy efficiency. This panel explores some promising digital and data technology and energy efficiency solutions and the business case for the adoption of these solutions for decarbonisation of the maritime sector.
KOH Yong Ping
Peter Christian SCHELLENBERGER
YUE Meng Qiang
Prof. Chan Eng Soon
Panel Discussion: Net-Zero Fuel Pathways
International shipping is expected to undergo a multi-fuel transition in order to decarbonise and achieve net-zero by 2050. Fuels such as biofuels, methanol, ammonia and hydrogen have been identified as fuels with high potential to decarbonise international shipping, but each of these fuels has various production pathways, risks and associated costs. This panel explores how different stakeholders across the fuel supply chain can work together to produce, transport, bunker and use net-zero fuels safely as well as discuss how the maritime industry can accelerate the pace of decarbonisation.
Robert van NIELEN
Panel Discussion: Green and Digital Shipping Corridors
Following the adoption of the IMO's revised GHG emissions targets in July 2023, this panel will discuss the critical role of green shipping corridors as first mover initiatives that can facilitate the development and uptake of various net-zero fuels for marine bunkering through pilot trials, regulatory support and policy incentives. This panel will allow the exchange best practices from various green shipping corridors have been developed globally and seed opportunities for collaboration.
NEW Wei Siang
More panellists coming soon.
|Decarbonising the Domestic Sea Transport Sector
|Presentation on Electric Harbour Craft Charging Standards for Industry Consultation
Panel Discussion: Technological Pathways for Harbour Craft
TAN Thai Yong
KOH Shu Yong
Panel Discussion: Decarbonising and Optimising the Sea Transport of Crew and Goods in Port Waters
Updated as of 13th Feb 2024.