AAPA Smart Ports Conference 2018

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Are You Wasting Time Waiting in Port Due to Imprecise ETA's?

GateHouse Maritime is proud to sponsor the American Association of Port Authorities Smart Ports Conference, March 6-7 in Oakland, CA. We look forward to sharing our knowledge on maritime data analytics, ETA predictions and automated intelligent event detection services that can relieve the cost and inconsistency of manual port operations.

AAPA Smart Ports 2018
The two-day program will focus on the most timely issues confronting port and supply chain information management professionals. The first day will be critical for port CIOs and IT staff and will cover topics such as cloud computing, the internet of things, records requests, cyber security and port administration. The second day will be of broader interest to supply chain stakeholders and will cover topics such as key performance indicators, data sharing/data portals, terminal operating systems, data analytics, intelligent transportation systems and the use of mobile apps. Attendees can attend both days of Smart Ports 2018 or day two only.You can find more information right here.

 

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