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Shipbuilding & Lifecycle Tech 4.0
28 januari 2022 van 7:00 pm tot 10:00 pm
Shipbuilding & Lifecycle Tech 4.0 focuses on the key aspects of increasing the research, collaboration, productivity, in-novation, and efficiency, to support the development of capabilities, best practise, and technology of the data-driven ship design, engineering, production, fleet management, through life support, and sustainable lifecycle requirements, across the entire maritime chain. Digital design, engineering, information management, operational software, technical services, and data analysis all have an important role within intelligent ship design; to enhance the design & build processes as well as compliment the operational support and fleet management of vessels across their entire lifespan.
Shipbuilding & Lifecycle Tech 4.0 Event Details
- Day 1 Conference & Exhibition (Virtual) – Friday 28th January 2022
- Day 2 Conference & Exhibition (Virtual) – Friday 11th February 2022
- 250+ Industry Attendees From 80+ Companies Across 20 Nations Currently Confirmed
- Website – https://www.tech40.net/
Conference Agenda Topic Areas
Conference Day 1 – Intelligent Design & Operations; Concept Design; Data; Basic Design; Digitised Operational & Through Life Support; Detailed Design; AR & VR Technology
Conference Day 2 – Ensuring The Digital Life Cycle Management Of A Vessel; Propulsion & Power; Production Planning & Engineering; Automation; The Digital Shipyard; Repair & Retrofit; Achieving The Digital Twin; Shipyard Robotics
ABB, AVEVA , BAE Systems, BMT Global, CalMac Ferries, Cyber-SHIP Lab, FIBRE4YARDS, Hornblower Group, International Chamber of Shipping, ITI – A Wipro Company, Ivaldi, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, Maritime UK, Mari4_YARD, MARLOG, MarISOT – Turku University of Applied Sciences, MATES, National Shipbuilding Office, NAVAIS, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem, Naval Group, P&O Ferries, Real Time Innovations (RTI), Royal Caribbean International (RCI), SDU Robotics – The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, Shipping Lab, Society of Maritime Industries (SMI), SSI (ShipConstructor Software), UK Chamber of Shipping, UK MoD DE&S, Valmet Automation, World Maritime University (WMU)
Current Company Attendees
ABB, Airbus, Ardmore Shipping, Astilleros Canarios (ASTICAN), AtebTec, AVEVA, Babcock, BAE Systems, Bernhard Schulte Cruise Services, BLRT Grupp, BMT, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore, CalMac Ferries, Carnival, Cetmar Foundation – Technological Center of the Sea, CIMNE – International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Cyber-SHIP Lab (University of Plymouth), Damen Shipyards Gorinchem, EPLAN, European Commission, Expleo Engineering, FIBRE4YARDS, Fr. Lurssen, Harland & Wolff, Hornblower Group, IMO, International Chamber of Shipping, ITI, A Wipro Company, Ivaldi, Liverpool John Moores University, Lufthansa Industry Solutions, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, Mari4_YARD, Maritime UK, Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA), MARLOG, MarISOT, MATES, Mersey Maritime, National Shipbuilding Office, NAVAIS, Naval Group, Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT), OCEA, Paramount Maritime, P&O Ferries, P&O Maritime, QinetiQ, Real Time Innovations (RTI), RINA, Rolls-Royce, Royal Caribbean International (RCI), Royal Navy, Roxtec, SDU Robotics – The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, Siemens, Shipping Lab, SMS Towage, Society of Maritime Industries (SMI), SSI (ShipConstructor Software), Tillberg Design of Sweden, TNO, TSI, Turku University of Applied Sciences, UK Chamber of Shipping, UK MoD – DE&S, UK Ship Registry (UKSR), Valmet, Viking, WEGEMT, World Maritime University (WMU)