The destination is set for South Korea for an Innovation Camp with a focus on building maritime digital services and solutions. The camp is staged as part of a Danish business delegation headed by the Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Brian Mikkelsen, who will also open the camp. The camp takes place in Busan, South Korea, a world known hub for shipbuilding and maritime industry. The maritime industry is stepping into the digital age. Use this unique opportunity to stay ahead of the game. The camp will serve as a platform for developing maritime services, innovation and establishing cooperation and potential future partnerships with South Korean companies and research institutions. If possible, we recommend each participating organization sending two participants
The inno camp is built around solutions from the EfficienSea2 project e.g. the MCP (Maritime Connectivity Platform), new communication channels (like the VDES) and web-based maritime platforms.
There are already strong ties between the South Korean and European maritime sectors, join in and strengthen these further to establish leading edge maritime digital services for the future.
Who should attend?
You are a business/research institution looking for partners to develop future concepts in Asia and South Korea
You have a business and want to strengthen business relations to one of the strongest maritime hubs
You are a company seeing great potential in building maritime digital services that can be deployed globally through the MCP.
Establish network and partnerships with South Korean companies
Develop concepts and ideas for maritime digital services of the future
Learn about business opportunities developed in the EfficienSea2 project
Who you can meet?
Innovative South Korean companies
Are you up for a trip to the far east? Maybe with a peak to the Winter Olympics as a 2nd agenda? Then let us know and contact Mikkel Hansen. Find his information below
Companies which are not partners in the EfficienSea2 project will be charged a fee upon participation. Read more here