麦基嘉系列网络研讨会

21 5月 2020 阅读时间 计算

Safety, asset optimisation, operating efficiency and sustainability are key considerations in the maritime industry. With robust operating processes and systems in place, the willingness to adopt new, digitally-enabled technologies has proven to be challenging.

In this series of webinars, MacGregor experts will discuss the collaborative approach taken with customers and partners to develop digital solutions that has resulted in a breakthrough in adoption, and accelerated deployment during the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

 

Implementing digital solutions in a global operating company pre and post Covid-19 

Wednesday 20 May 2020

In this webinar, Dennis Mol and Joerg Peschke provided an overview of the development process, with examples of the tangible benefits being realised.

 

Learn how remote shipping services work by using OnWatch Scout for cargo equipment 

Wednesday 27 May 2020

Increasing the flow of operational information from ship to shore enables support to move from reactive to proactive, and guidance to be provided on optimising critical equipment performance. In this webinar, Daniel Lundberg will provide a demonstration of how OnWatch Scout delivers the next generation of awareness, collaboration and “time-to-act”, focused on minimising unplanned downtime and the more effective planning of maintenance activities.

 

 

Installing OnWatch Scout on board; practical guidance

Wednesday 3 June 2020

Continuing the remote monitoring theme, in this webinar Daniel Lundberg and Joerg Peschke will provide a practical overview of how the installation of OnWatch Scout is performed onboard offshore and merchant vessels.

 

 

Breakbulk Optimiser - increasing asset utilisation & efficiency

Wednesday 10 June 2020

The shipping industry is suffering from poor business performance and inefficiencies resulting from low asset utilisation and the continued use of outdated processes and tools. In this webinar, Tommi Keskilohko will describe the Breakbulk Optimiser service that increases information transparency, reduces complex planning processes and improves cargo carrying efficiency.

 

 

Using digital twins and simulation services to reduce operational and safety risks & efficiency

Wednesday 17 June 2020

The use of ‘Digital Twin’ solutions supports customers with design verification and enhanced training through the use of simulators. In this webinar, Roberto De Gioia will outline the use of digital twins to reduce risk and overruns in complex and innovative new projects, and how simulation can help operators to reduce operational risk by offering a more advanced, flexible way to train crew.