In his presentation on smart terminal solutions at the Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies Conference 2018, TBA Group Founder Dr. Yvo Saanen outlined the ten “must-haves” for smart terminals today.
The Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies Conference 2018 featured inspiring presentations, influential panel discussions and laid the groundwork for a more connected future.
The SPSCT18 conference in Rotterdam has heard the industry’s top executives give their view on the most pressing issues and trends affecting the supply chain.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) supports developing countries by facilitating investment and infrastructure development.
Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC) is a revolutionary thought leadership initiative that is driving collaborative innovation in the maritime industry and wider supply chain.
For anyone working in the supply chain, blockchain isn’t just a buzzword, but rather a technology that has the potential to revolutionize sectors and ecosystems.
The Port of Rotterdam is the biggest port in Europe, with a monthly throughput of 1.17 million TEU, and is at the forefront of marine innovation, using smart technologies, such as blockchain and the internet of things (IoT), to become the ‘smartest port in the world’ (IBM).
SmartPort is a pioneering venture that brings together the Port of Rotterdam Authority, Erasmus University and Delft University of Technology with business innovators TNO and Deltares.
PTI is giving you the chance to ask one question per session for the upcoming Smart Port and Supply Chain Technologies Conference (SPSCT), in order to get first hand insight from some of the industry’s leading executives and decision makers on the questions you need answered.
Last week we previewed the first day of the Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18). We revealed the range of subjects our speakers and panellists will be discussing, such as blockchain, port digitization and collaboration between ports and terminals.
Last week’s Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18) preview looked at ‘Collaboration and Standardization’ and gave a taste of what our speakers and panellists would be discussing in the fourth session.
Yesterday’s Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18) preview looked at the Smart Supply Chain and gave a taste of what our speakers will talk about.
Following on from yesterday’s introduction of the Port Digitisation session, part of the Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18), here’s another glimpse of what you can expect in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on October 2-3, 2018!
Many of you have already purchased your tickets for the Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies conference (#SPSC18), which will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from October 2-3, 2018, so it is about time Port Technology prepared you for what is about to come!
Adam Yaron, Fast Technologies CEO and Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies Conference (#SPSC18) speaker talks to Port Technology about what he plans to discuss at the conference.
Gerald Hirt, Managing Director of Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center (HVCC), a speaker at Port Technology’s Smart &Supply Chain Technologies Conference (#SPSC18), has spoken about HVCC’s journey and what the future holds for supply chain logistics.
Port Technology (PTI) is proud to announce the launch of its inaugural Smart Ports & Supply Chain Technologies Conference which is to be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, from 2-3 October, 2018.