Learn What the Future Has in Store for the Port Industry.
Make It Happen for the Port of the Future is part of the DELMIA Operations Series, a series of online meetings with industry-specific insights and guidelines to prepare for the "next normal".
For the port and maritime industry, achieving sustainability requires the use of smart solutions that enable visibility and agility to manage disruptions, efficient use of infrastructure, cost savings among carriers, and to master complexity in your operations. In addition to these key competencies and capabilities, port companies must also explore innovations from other industries that can be borrowed in order to accelerate their own transformation.
In this session, our speakers and experts will focus on industry challenges and examine what the future of ports will look like. They will also explain how Dassault Systèmes’ Virtual Twin Experience and DELMIA planning and optimization solutions provide the necessary capabilities to empower companies to take the lead in this competitive space:
Watch it now to discover more about the Port of the Future and benefit from Dassault Systèmes’ experience in sustainable transformations from across 12 industries!
Discover how to achieve resilient and sustainable port and terminal operations leveraging the Virtual Twin Experience
Streamlined workforce and barge planning solutions for the container port industry
How the maritime industries are using 3D technologies to protect the seas that sustain them
Trained in mechanical engineering, Prashanth MYSORE offers 23 years of worldwide experience in technical portfolio management, digital transformation, and product lifecycle management (PLM) platform solutions, consulting across a wide range of industry sectors, notably Aerospace & Defense, Construction Cities & Territories, and Energy & Materials...
Ian has over 25 years of experience in guiding companies in the transformation of their critical supply chains through Optimisation and Intelligence innovation solutions. He has worked successfully with strategic customers in diverse industries from Energy & Materials, Marine & Offshore to Rail, Retail and Public Infrastructure, both in Europe and in the Middles East...
Matthijs VAN DOORN
At the Port Authority, Matthijs VAN DOORN is responsible for Digital Business Development and development of the hinterland of Port of Rotterdam. Port of Rotterdam's belief is that digital is an important enabler in improving the competitive position. In order to attract smart services improving the supply chain via Port of Rotterdam, the basics need to be in place: standardization, data sharing, and interoperability...
Fahim is a Global Ports advisor within Accenture and leads the Ports, logistics, and Industry X.0 agenda with a focus on robotics in the Middle East...