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SMM Preview Photo: HMC will change not only how we manage data but how we design, build and test vessels, their systems and components,« he said. Even today digital solutions are unfolding their economic potential in concrete ways: For instance, the classification society uses drones equipped with cameras to inspect structural elements in ships, tanks or offshore installations; and since last October, customers have been able to manage ship certificates in electronic format. More than 100,000 certificates for about 8,000 ships have been issued by DNV GL to date. Apart from increasing the efficiency of operational processes, digitalisation will also improve safety on board. »The new level of decision support will give us better control over assets and systems, increase onboard situational awareness, and reduce human factor incidents and operational risk,« said Ørbeck-Nilssen. Kjersti Kleven agreed that major advances in this field lie ahead: Another innovation, the »digital twin« of a ship, provides ship owners and ship builders alike with an entirely new level of data transparency, allowing them to sell added value with their ships by optimizing operation or maintenance. »We want to deliver concrete answers« Bernd Aufderheide, CEO of HMC Reducing complexity, enhancing transparency: This is where MAN’s Wayne Jones sees the key benefits of digitalisation. To aggregate all the different data collected separately in a variety of storage locations, a joint platform for the entire industry is under development. Jones emphasised the importance of protecting data privacy and security, announcing a major digital innovation developed by his company to be showcased at SMM. Cybersecurity is also the subject matter of a joint project undertaken by the classification societies organised in the IACS, Ørbeck-Nilssen reported. The organisation is also developing a common terminology for different levels of autonomous ship operation. »This is a highly interesting field which is developing fast,« shipyard owner Kleven added. The first autonomous ship will be contracted very soon, she said. However, many technical and legal questions must be answered before this technology can even be considered for large container ships, interjected Hapag-Lloyd’s COO Anthony Firmin. Bernd Aufderheide, CEO of Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC) promised that all these forward-looking topics were going to play a key role at SMM. In particular, the conferences focusing on digitalisation, environment, security and defence as well as deep sea mining and polar research NEU Meet us at SMM Hall: B6 Booth: 100 FAR-2xx8 Serie Neues von den Radar-Experten Fast Target Tracking S-Band auch als Solid State verfügbar Neues Antennendesign – und Technik Wide Screen kompatibel 22 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9

SMM Preview Facts & Figures •• SMM takes place for the 28 th time •• Its honorary patron is Dr Angela Merkel, Chancellor of The Federal Republic of Germany •• The fair will reflect the entire value chain of the maritime industry •• Around 50,000 visitors from more than 120 countries are expected to attend •• More than 2,200 exhibitors from 69 countries will be present at Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC) •• 29 national pavilions •• 24 political, business and international naval delegations (as of August 2018) •• More than 93,000 qm² of exhibition space in 13 halls •• Hall A5 with focus on Green Propulsion •• Five subject matter-specific conferences with 70 international speakers •• The Green, Digital, Security, Cruise & Ferry, and Job Routes will direct visitors to relevant exhibitor stands 4_Container_W118xH188_EN_SMM.pdf 1 2018/07/03 16:11:38 World class support, anytime anywhere in the world would impart crucial knowledge the industry needs to tackle present and future challenges. »We want to deliver concrete answers to the industries most pressing questions,« he said. Both emerging and well-established companies present the entire value chain of the maritime sector in the exhibition halls of HMC. As appropriate C for the age of the digital revolution and M the maritime energy turnaround, this Y year’s SMM will put its main emphasis on digitalisation and the environment. CM Cyber Security on the agenda One important aspect of this year’s CMY SMM is cyber security. In the hunt for K enhancing transparency and boosting efficiency big data has arrived in the shipping industry. But besides opportunities, network integration also harbours risks. At MS&D, the International Conference on Maritime Security and Defence, experts will outline how maritime enterprises can protect themselves effectively against cybercriminals. Threats originating from climate change, and security policy challenges are further items on the agenda. According to the Global Risk Report 2018, the number of cyber attacks against companies has nearly doubled over the past five years. The shipping industry has not remained unscathed. Last year, industry leader Maersk was the most prominent victim of a hack- MY CY ClassNK is a global classification society, providing the highest quality survey and certification services through a network of over 130 exclusive surveyor offices across the world. Established over a century ago, our highly qualified surveyors are there to support your needs, when you need them. Learn more about our efforts to advance maritime safety and protect the marine environment at SMM 2018 Booth No. B2.EG.212 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9 23

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