In this workshop leading researchers and indutry experts engaged in a discussion on the current and future issues of human and technology collaboration. The workshop was developed by MARLOG in collaboration with Maritime Research Alliance.
In this workshop, leading researchers and indutry experts will engaged in a discussion on the current and future issues of human and technology collaboration. The workshop was developed by MARLOG in collaboration with Maritime Research Alliance.
SIMAC: Graaesvej 27, 5700 Svendborg
13:00 – 13:10
Welcome by Nanna Thit, MARLOG, and moderator Peter Krogsgaard Sørensen, FORCE Technology
13:10 – 13:30 Oessur Jarleivson Hilduberg, Head of The Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board
Through a presentation of the Danish (DMAIB) – UK (MAIB) investigation about the implementation of ECDIS, Oessur will talk about how and why technology fails, when we strive to digitalize and automate manual processes onboard. How do we go from manual to automated navigation?
13:30 – 14.:00 Dor Raviv, Co-Founder & CTO, Orca AI & Philip Urhskov Nielsen, General Manager Europe, Orca Ai
Does Ai increase the seafarer’s awareness and how does it affect local rationality? And how can technology and big data be bridged with great seamanship? Dor and Philip will take us through the philosophy of Orca Ai and show us how humans can collaborate in practice with technology.
14:00 – 14:15 Kristoffer Kloch, Project Manager – Innovation & Partnerships, DFDS
The wave of digitalization continues to colonize many aspects of our lives. All kinds of enterprises, from small businesses to large corporations, from non-profit organizations to government agencies, are in the midst of a digital transformation, implementing digitalization into new processes, activities, and transactions. But what happens when a craft and its craftmanship is digitalized? Departing from a case study of the digitalization of the nautical chart and how this has affected the work of navigators at sea, this talk will explore the consequences that digital transformations may have on people, their work and their organization.
14:15-14:30 Angus Whiston, Commercial Director at DeepSea Technologies
A proactive or reactive industry? The future of shipping is digital. If humans and machines are in a fight, it creates expensive friction, which is why we need to act now to plan ahead. Angus will showcase how DeepSea who’s a team of AI researchers, engineers, and sector experts, bringing the latest deep learning technology to the shipping industry.
14.30 – 14.45: BREAK
14.45 – 15:00 Roberto Galezzi, Head of Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems at DTU – Technical University of Denmark
As a true expert in autonomous shipping Roberto will bring his perspectives to the table when we discuss decision support systems and how these can best be designed to interact with humans to facilitate the best collaboration. Building on his theoretical knowledge, Roberto collaborates with Shippinglab to test and pilot new systems and autonomous technology.
15:00 – 15:10 Mads Bentzen Billesø, Innovation Lead at DFDS
Mads will represent the view of the shipping company in the discussion on autonomy and tell about their initiatives, and start the panel debate with an interesting case.
15:10 – 15:40 Panel discussion to solve the riddle between Human and Technology
Besides the above speakers, DanaDynamics and Scoutbase will participate in the panel debate.
The moderator of the event was Peter Krogsgaard from FORCE Technology