Everyone’s jumping on the blockchain bandwagon, but what is the real potential of blockchain for shipping? Experts Deanna MacDonald, Karim Jabbar and Simon Ousager give the CEO briefing.
Legacy regulation is facing the bureaucratic singularity, but the digital age also offers an unprecedented opportunity. Regvolution is coming, and it’s going to be transformational, says K D Adamson.
Adam Compain founded Predictive Logistics company ClearMetal in 2014, and as its CEO he’s using data science to unlock unprecedented efficiencies for global trade.
As the cold, hard reality of disruption hits this industry, shared body heat’s essential. And that’s where a new kind of partnership comes in, explains Thomas Bruun Clausen.
A waypoint is defined as an intermediate point or place on a sea-passage or line of travel—a stopping point, or point at which course is changed. Waypoint Digital 2017 will become the benchmark for assessing digital transformation in the shipping and maritime industry.
It’s where the adventure always starts. Where the magic begins. If you can’t get onto the platform then you’re going to get left behind, says K D Adamson.
The fourth industrial revolution is disrupting some very basic mechanisms that have been facilitating massive growth in seaborne trade volumes, and they could become outdated sooner than many people expect, explains Christopher Rex.
Some of the world’s biggest names started in a garage, but it’s not just floorspace that’s the issue, it’s about headspace too, as Dualog’s new Garage amply demonstrates, says K D Adamson
Connected, Collaborative, Converged. How and why shipping’s winter of discontent could become a summer of love.
The scale of shipping’s problems may be big, but the solution is far bigger. Because shipping isn’t a noun these days. It’s a verb.
Warwick Norman has been CEO of RightShip since its inception in 2001. Under his stewardship, the company has become a global authority on maritime safety.
For tomorrow’s shipping industry innovation and thought leadership are the names of the game, and we need that level of blue sky thinking, says Lisa Teo.
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Shipping has its mouth in shape for some disruptive innovation, and showcasing a vision for its future is engaging all sorts of innovators we can work with, says Oskar Levander
Expecting a Eureka moment to solve shipping’s innovation problem is a mistake, but building the right intellectual infrastructure and widening the pool of ideas might, says Kirsi Tikka