On Community Square you can participate in interesting programs about developments and innovation in the industry, the influence on the labor market and opportunities in the area of the energy transition. Community Square is free to attend! So take a seat on the terrace and discuss new technologies and developments that will turn the industry upside down in the coming years.
|10:30 - 11:00 hrs||Talk show - Reality of sustainability|
|11:30 - 12:00 hrs||Talk show - Digital transformation|
|12:30 - 12:45 hrs||Quiz - This was the MaritiemNieuws.nl|
|13:30 - 14:00 hrs||Talk show - Sailor without sea legs|
|14:30 - 15:00 hrs||Talk show - Current flow high or low|
|15:30 - 16:00 hrs||Showcase - Size does matter|
The importance of sustainable business is clear to everyone, but we want to move forward. This reality can be confronting. Because despite the fact that the majority of industry innovations are sustainable, we will continue to depend on fossil fuels in the coming decades. How do we find a balance? And don't we put too much responsibility on corporates to come up with sustainable solutions? What can an employee do himself?
Digital transformation of the maritime industry is the major disruptor. The developments and possibilities follow each other quickly. What does the Internet Of Things mean for the maritime industry? These developments also influence our jobs, from autonomous sailing to optimizing a tender process. During this talk show we take you into the world of the Internet of Things and take a look into the future.
How good is your knowledge of the maritime, offshore and energy industry? Are you fully informed on the latest news? Put your knowledge to the test and participate in the quiz!
It is no longer the question whether autonomous sailing will be introduced, but in what way and what it means for working in the maritime industry. Is it not at the expense of the romance that is inextricably linked to our sector? Does the sailor of the future still need sea legs? Because autonomous sailing will happen more from ashore. What will this job look like then? And what skills do you need? In other words: the future of the sailor.
Part of our energy is extracted from the North Sea, mainly with the help of wind farms. But other forms of energy extraction at sea also have a lot of potential, such as tidal energy and solar energy. Is the dominant position of wind energy justified, or are we betting too much on one horse? And what about the storage of all that green energy?
Everything becomes bigger, heavier and needs to go deeper. But how big is big and how does one tackle such a heavy lift project? During this showcase, several companies who take care of transporting the worlds largest materials on a daily basis, discuss their projects and developments.