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Smart & Digital Photo: Container xChange Christian Roeloffs, Container xChange knows how increasing network integration can lead to a competitive advantage to be incremental for the development of ships of the future. In 2017, Kohei Matsuo has won the HANSA Inspiring Visionary Award for his contribution to the HI- PER conference in Cape Town. It won’t be hard for him to inspire the audience and panellists at the MFS as well. Digitally mirroring real-world processes and events in real-time can help to push ship operation, maintenace and construction to the next level. The head of the research department of DNV GL Maritime, Pierre C. Sames, will look ahead to the year 2030: How will Artificial Intelligence and the use of Digital Twins change the way classification societies work? Design and production processes will likely change as well in the future – an interesting trend for an industry that in many respects still has not adopted a 21st century mind-set. As for manufacturing, 3-D printing technology and the evolution of Smart Factories based on process automation using robots and algorithms will cause major structural upheavals. Nick Danese, CEO of the French engineering firm NDAR, refers to this development as a »wake-up call for the shipbuilding industry«. »This topic will be supplemented by a special exhibition Photo: Payer Kohei Matsuo, JSTRA, studied innovative technologies from a variety of industries and their possible use in shipping Please visit us at SMM 2018 Hall B3.EG, Booth 101 Photo: DNV GL Pierre Sames of DNV GL looks ahead on how Artificial Intelligence and Digital Twins will change a class society’s work BUREAU VERITAS SA Zweigniederlassung Hamburg Marine Department Veritaskai 1, 21079 Hamburg Tel.: +49 40 23625-0 Fax: +49 40 2 36 25-620 E-Mail: ger_cha@de.bureauveritas.com Visit us on: www.bureauveritas.de www.veristar.com on 3-D printing, including live demonstrations, right here at the fair complex,« says Claus Ulrich Selbach, Business Unit Director Maritime and Technology Fairs at Hamburg Messe und Congress. »The Maritime Future Summit is of vital interest to any stakeholder of the maritime sector who wants to remain competitive,« says Krischan Förster, Editor-in-Chief of HANSA – International Maritime Journal, which is once again the media partner of the MFS. The event will be chaired by Professor Volker Bertram of World Maritime University. During the subsequent four days, SMM visitors will be able to study in practice at the Hamburg Messe fair complex what the panel experts have discussed in theory, for example by following the Digital Route. Numerous technical innovations will be on display, there will even be a demonstration area for 3D printing. »Trends in SMMart Shipping«: The theme for this year’s leading international maritime trade fair definitely taps the pulse of the industry.fs 34 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9

Smart & Digital SMM | Hamburg | 04. – 07. Sep. 2018 Halle B4 | Stand 212 RUNDUM GEWAPPNET Besondere Stärken besitzen, ohne sie gleich zu offenbaren; sich verändern und anpassen, sobald es die Situation erfordert: Von der Natur lernen heisst Schiffbau lernen. Ein Know-how, das Marine und Küstenwache, Zoll, Wissenschaft und Seerettung unmittelbar zugute kommt. Seit mehr als 110 Jahren. HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9 35 www.abeking.com

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