Friday, May 7, 2021

LISW 2019 Interviews

Digitalization, sustainable future and 2020 sulphur cap are few of the many challenges that the maritime industry is facing today. During London International Shipping Week 2019, which took place 9-13 September, SAFETY4SEA was there, conducting video interviews with global experts to feel the pulse of how shipping can find itself in a sea of change.


Industry can embrace digitalization through simplicity

Catherine Gwilliam, Co-Founder/CEO, Geollect

Shipping industry needs to stay on top of innovation

Clara Wahnich, Digital Innovation Partnerships, Inmarsat

Shipping is moving forward with its digital agenda

Erik Lund, Managing Director, Rainmaking

Automation, IoT solutions to become the next key topics

Marco Camporeale, Head of Maritime Digital, Inmarsat

Sustainable Future

Shipping needs to realize that technology is a useful tool for the future

Despina Theodosiou, CEO, Tototheo

Urgent action is needed to succeed in IMO ambitious targets

Dr. Patrick Verhoeven, Managing Director, IAPH

Maritime starts covering ground to achieve sustainability

Giorgos Plevrakis, Director of Global Sustainability, ABS

Addressing industry’s key challenges and opportunities

John C Lyras, Board of the Union of Greek Shipowners, Union of Greek Shipowners

2020 Sulphur Cap

Only collaboration can ensure smooth implementation of 2020 sulphur cap

Guy Platten, Secretary General, International Chamber of Shipping

LNG: A safe and viable fuel for shipping

Peter Keller, Chairman, Sea/LNG