Event

Remote Pilotage Webinar


published on 31 May 2021 332 -

This event lies in the past.
3 June 2021
Smart waterways, smart ports, remote piloting and the gradual phasing-in of remotely operated and autonomous ships represent a technological breakthrough, predicted to effect a revolution in the entire maritime cluster in the years and decades to come. The impact will extend to the marine technology industry, the technical nautical industry, to ports, maritime education and training and also to the operations of maritime authorities and classification societies.

Handling 90% of Finland’s foreign trade freight transport, the shipping industry and the Finnish maritime industry must have the support by the applied research and training during this historical change. There is a growing need among the players in the maritime industry to acquire experimental research data from fast-developing technologies, and to recruit to their service highly skilled personnel.

Sanna Sonninen - Pilotage Director @ Finnpilot Pilotage Ltd

Dmitry Rostopshin – Wartsila, General Manager, Traffic Control & Management Solutions

This webinar will be fully interactive, inviting feedback and questions from attendees and will provide a certificate of participation to all those who attend.
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