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DigiTechPort-2030 Partners Participate in Digitalization and Decarbonization Efforts at Singapore Maritime Week 2024


Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) 2024, organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), convened a distinguished international and regional assembly of C-suite executives, representing shipowners, governments, international organizations, port authorities, maritime services, technology companies, and more. Notable among the attendees were partners from the EU-funded DigiTechPort-2030 project: Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design, Germany (project leader); Klaipeda Science and Technology Park, Lithuania; Motus Foundation, Poland; Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden; Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland; Elbląg Sea Port Authority Ltd., Poland; Klaipeda State Seaport Authority, Lithuania; and Euro-Terminal Real Estate Świnoujście, Poland.

Throughout the week-long event, industry leaders congregated to deliberate on pivotal issues, emerging trends, and collective challenges, focusing on decarbonization, innovation, maritime services, and talent development to shape the maritime sector’s future.

Participation in SMW2024 provided the DigiTechPort-2030 project group with a distinctive opportunity to gain insights into the latest trends and solutions propelling the decarbonization and digitization of port operations. The event facilitated connections with leading companies and organizations, highlighted by a significant visit to TCOM, a research unit specializing in the impact of waves on technological solutions. The innovative approach witnessed in Singapore, which prioritizes decarbonization and emissions reduction from a business standpoint, stands as a beacon for global maritime sustainability endeavors, acknowledged by the DigiTechPort-2030 project group.

The study trip, attended by a cohort comprising research policymakers and industry partners, yielded fruitful outcomes, including extensive networking and establishing groundwork for future collaborations, with the subsequent project workshop slated during the Baltic Port Conference in Lithuania in September.

Exploration of topics such as artificial intelligence (AI) underscored the significance of leveraging insights from events like SMW2024 to propel AI and decarbonization initiatives within the region, benefiting industry partners and policymakers alike.

Looking forward, the DigiTechPort-2030 project group remains resolute in its commitment to collaborative innovation, endeavoring to steer transformative shifts in port operations towards digitalization and decarbonization, shaping a sustainable and technologically advanced future for regional port operations in the South Baltic Sea Region.

For further updates on DigiTechPort-2030 project group initiatives and collaborations, please visit our project’s social media channels and official website.

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