MSSM 2017 is just around the corner and we are putting the conference in the spotlight in our August newsletter. The programme is booming with exciting content! The past nine weeks MSSM has counted down with a weekly insight into each of our nine sessions. For your benefit, we have summed it all down. Keep reading and get the full overview of what you can look forward to.
The World Maritime Technology Congress is an international association of national societies of naval architects and marine engineers. The association is the body behind the World Maritime Technology Conference. In one of the two internationally renowned conferences with maritime technology globally.
Are you also tired of boring and endless PowerPoint presentations with no audience interaction? So were MDC and it showed up that 40 of our members felt the same. We heard that Chris Rycroft, a specialist presentation coach, knew what to do. With many exercises we all got hands-on experience using some serious and unusual tricks on how to present with impact.
With an amount of 25 million DKK, the Danish Maritime Fund backs up the government's efforts to strengthen the Blue Denmark. After the Growth Team in April 2017 announced their 52 recommendations to the Government, the Danish Maritime Fund's Board has discussed how to support selected initiatives from these recommendations.
Rainmaking Innovation held the first Maritime & Transport Hackathon over this weekend. A total of 12 teams where cracking on real challenges presented by the sponsors: INTTRA, NORDEN and DFDS. After 48 hours on pizza, Redbull & coffee the teams presented their solutions for the jury Sunday afternoon.
All kinds of gadgets and the newest technology were presented and experienced at the ”Sci-fi Gadgets” event at Aalborg University, Campus Copenhagen on the 12th of June. Inspiring speakers and presenters brought insight and perspectives to the research and trends within the maritime field and it was possible to hear all about the opportunities of digitalization.
‘Go LNG Denmark’ is a network established to connect and promote sustainable growth in Danish companies offering and using LNG services, knowledge and technologies. Together we will work to strengthen the development of LNG business opportunities in Denmark, in the Baltic Sea Region and at other international markets. At the MDC, we are delighted to welcome leading, Danish LNG stakeholders to the Steering Committee and together we are looking forward to create future LNG events and business opportunities for all of our members.
Yesterday, When MDC, WISTA and MARsters lined up and opportunity for our members to go networking at our Summer Business Networking. No less than a 100 people grabbed the chance and gathered at J. Lauritzen’s roof top terrace. We know the importance of networking! Thus, we want to repeat the success and we give you an opportunity to do this again and are aiming to make this an annual event. But it doesn’t stop there. We have created a similar event at the bar at Ultragas on January 18th.
På MDCs generalforsamling den 22. maj 2017 udtrådte Anders Ørgård Vinding (OSK-ShipTech A/S) af bestyrelsen, mens Jenny Braat (Danske Maritime), Peter Olsen (Danske Rederier), Arnt Møller Pedersen (CMP) og Lars Thrane (Lars Thrane A/S) blev genvalgt. Der blev foretaget nyvalg af Nils Vang (Forsvarsakademiet) og bestyrelsen består nu af Erik Østergaard...
Find the presentations from the EnviSuM track below. See pictures and dead more about the trip here
Er I en maritim iværksættervirksomhed, der har potentiale og vilje til stor vækst? Så kan I få boostet jeres udvikling i Det Maritime Elitetræningscenter. Her søger de lige nu unge vækstvirksomheder eller generationsskifte-virksomheder til et unikt og skræddersyet rådgivningsforløb målrettet netop jeres behov.
The Baltic Sea Region LNG Cluster and the Baltic Sea Region LNG Competence Centre were established in order to enhance international cooperation in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The agreements were signed on 26th of April during the conference “Go LNG – Building LNG Competence and Business Partnerships in the Baltic Sea Region”.The Baltic Sea Region LNG Cluster and the Baltic Sea Region LNG Competence Centre were established in order to enhance international cooperation in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The agreements were signed on 26th of April during the conference “Go LNG – Building LNG Competence and Business Partnerships in the Baltic Sea Region”.