Maritime specialists will present the company’s insights into smart port development, with the aim of informing the government’s comprehensive port-led economic development strategy.
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A smarter future fot India's ports
Johan van Voorthuizen, Maritime & Aviation’s Business Unit Director, will highlight the opportunities to address the multitude of challenges facing the ports of tomorrow, during his presentation at a forum on Smart and Sustainable Port-led Development in Mumbai.
Speaking ahead of the event, Johan said: “Today’s ports must manage numerous challenges: ongoing pressure to reduce running costs, the need to improve security, the urgency to ‘go green’ and mitigate against climate change, and to better utilize the extensive amounts of data generated.
The term Smart Ports is increasingly cited as a solution to these challenges. Through a process of ongoing modernization, Smart Ports combine digital innovation and tools with operator intelligence; enabling ports to work more efficiently and streamline costs.