The event will highlight the advanced technologies and their impact on the shipping industry
Held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Seatrade Maritime Logistics Middle East, the flagship event of the UAE Maritime Week, will put digitalisation in the maritime industry under the spotlight. The conference and exhibition is scheduled to be held on 16-18 May, 2023, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The event will bring together some of the leading tech-solution providers from all around the world to enlighten the attendees about the benefits of using modern tools, and how they can revolutionise the industry. It will serve as the ideal platform to find solutions for operational challenges, environmental issues, and ever-increasing functional costs.
“ABS is well positioned and continues to make the right investments in people, systems and technologies to drive and shape the future of Class in the Middle East region,” stated Greenwood, ABS Regional Director of Business Development, Middle East & Africa.
“Using the Inmarsat IoT platform Fleet Data, for example, ship emissions data is collected, stored, and uploaded for monitoring and analysis in real-time, allowing owners and operators to demonstrate and document the effectiveness of their carbon emissions strategies,” remarked Scott Middleton, Regional Sales Director, Inmarsat.
“SMLME will play an integral role in providing a platform for the key opportunities to be explored and exploited by the region’s fantastic maritime network,” concluded Chris Morley, Group Director, Seatrade Maritime.