Maskinmestrenes Forening arranger sammen med FICT international transport konference.
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What are the latest mega-trends in the transport sector and how will they affect our society and the labour market of transport in the future? Join the FICT 2017 conference to hear politicians and leading industry representatives debate these topics and more.
The FICT conference (Fédération Internationale des Cadres des Transports) aims to look into the future to create jobs and growth in the European Union with a general focus on transport including maritime, air, railway, and road.
FICT sees a range of innovative technologies emerging. The technologies are push-
ing through autonomous vehicles of all kinds, especially ships and cars (trucks). In the wake of Uber-ization – and Ryan Air – what will the labour market of future transport look like with these new forces entering?
The future of transport
We are offshoring our transport work. At the same time manufacturing companies are home-shoring their production from China due to the benefits delivered by high degrees of automation and digitization.
Will the same cycle hit transport in the coming years, and who will be the winners and losers?
by Per Jørgensen, President, FICT & Chairman, Maskinmestrenes Forening
by Morten Bødskov, member of the Danish Parliament & Chairman of the Business, Growth & Export Committee.
- Keynote, The EU dimension
by Jean-Emmanuel Crepin, Président du syndicat, PCSN CFE-CGC.
- Transport of the Future
by Mikkel Hansen, CEO, Maritime Development Center
- How digital will transform maritime transport
by CEO Mette Sanne Hansen, DTU Maritime.
- The European Cabotage Issue
by Erik Østergaard, the Danish Transport & Logistics Association.
- The Future of Transport in Europe
by Matthew Baldwin, EU Deputy Director-General, Mobility and Transport
Directorate-General (DG MOVE).
- Who is FICT and what do we do?
Closing remarks by Innocenzo D’Emiliano, General
Price: €90 excl. VAT. Register by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org no later
than September 15.