Discussion on the fastest growing technology trends ICO’s, AI, Big Data, IoT Blockchain, Class, Digital Safety Attended by over 150 industry leaders
Singapore, April 18 - Dataccio is creating all the buzz in maritime circles with its event DataccioConnect that will be held on April 25, in Mumbai, India. The event brings together industry leaders and decision makers to discuss the current technology wave that is gripping the maritime industry.
The highlights of the event include presentations from experts on key topics such as ‘The Datachain Revolution’, ‘Internet of Things’, ‘Maritime Cyber Security’, ‘Satellite Communications’ and ‘Modernistation of Class’, among others.
DataccioConnect created headlines during its inaugural event in Singapore and is set to be bigger and better in its second edition in Mumbai. Commenting on the success of the first event, Capt. Ninad Mhatre, Senior Vice President / Commercial & Operations at Rickmers Shipmanagement (Singapore) said, "Enjoyed participating in the panel discussion on Disruptions in the maritime industry, during the Dataccio symposium in Singapore – topics discussed included Big Data, IoT, Machine Learning, Communications/VSAT, Cyber-Security, etc.” Lukasz Luwanski, Regional Business Development Director of DNV GL in South East Asia, Pacific & India, said, “On behalf of DNV GL, I would like to sincerely thank you for the opportunity to present at the inaugural Dataccio Connect event yesterday. I truly enjoyed the interaction and many dialogues with you, the Proternio team, the panellists and participants.”
DataccioConnect offers a front row seat to witness the paradigm shift the maritime sector is facing with regards to all things digital.
The model of the event is unique in the way that it offers a holistic perspective through the inclusion of all key players in the industry - from shipowners, managers, operators to vendors, classification societies, and satellite communication experts. The panel discussion and networking opportunities promise exposure to all participants of the industry and an understanding of the direction the maritime sector is headed in.