Connecting the Dots: Issues using data in the maritime industry
6:00 PM18:00

Connecting the Dots: Issues using data in the maritime industry

Please join us as Petere Pamela Miner, Co-Founder of CoLoadX talks about the challenges of living in a world where terabytes of data are trapped within each node of the ocean shipping supply chain and laying down the digital tracks to put that data to work.

Following the talk there will be time to network and pizza will be provided.

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Early Stage Startup Showcase Presented by NYMIC
6:00 PM18:00

Early Stage Startup Showcase Presented by NYMIC

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We invite members of the creator, developer, investor, and venture communities to join us for an early stage showcase of concepts and ideas for transforming the maritime, supply chain, and logistics industries.

Creators and Developers: Please send concepts, ideas, executive summaries, and pitch decks to

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SHIPPINGInsight | 2020: A Shipping Odyssey
to Oct 17

SHIPPINGInsight | 2020: A Shipping Odyssey

“The premier technology forum and networking event for maritime industry professionals.

The maritime world is entering the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, with disruptors like automation and digitalization joining forces with impending regulations to create profound change in our industry.  This unprecedented convergence results in challenges—and opportunity.

Join industry colleagues at SHIPPINGInsight 2019 to gain clarity on the pathway ahead.  Meet with solution providers who will help not only maximize the potential of your business, but help you get in front of the demands being placed on industry, and society, today and in the years to come.

Established in 2012, SHIPPINGInsight is a multi-pronged industry engagement platform focusing on fleet optimization and innovation to support the maritime industry as it experiences accelerated change.  In addition to a weekly news/opinion outlet, the signature feature of SHIPPINGInsight is its annual fleet optimization and innovation conference held in October in North America.   The event provides a forum for shipowners and solution providers to exchange ideas and discuss challenges in facing the transformation of the industry. The 2019 event is taking place Oct. 15-17 at the Hilton Hotel in Stamford, Connecticut.’”

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Maritech Meetup Presented by NYMIC
6:30 PM18:30

Maritech Meetup Presented by NYMIC

WHEN: October 2, 2019 6:30 - 8:30 PM

WHERE: NewLab, 19 Morris Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11205

Please join us for our first event of the season on October 2nd, 2019.

Network and learn about the emerging maritech industry.

All interest and experience levels welcome.

More information TBA.

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to Mar 31

NYC Maritime Hackathon 2019: Connecting Big Data And Maritime

  • 355 Madison Avenue New York, NY, 10017 United States (map)
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When: Fri, March 29, 6pm - Sun, March 31, 4pm

Where: 335 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10017

Hosted by the New York Maritime Innovation Center (NYMIC) and R1 Labs, the NYC Maritime Hackathon addressed real world challenges around data in the shipping industry, focusing on ports, logistics and supply chain. Topics included Maritime Big Data, Cyber Security and Supply Chain Velocity.

From shipboard navigation, engineering, and cargo handling systems, to port and intermodal operations, through cargo and logistics technologies - big data offers significant opportunities to enhance operational and environmental safety, increase efficiency, and improve reliability and visibility in commerce. But the increasing reliance on data also presents challenges to security, standardization, and interoperability.

Ultimately 14 groups competed, 9 of which presented their projects at the end of the weekend.

The first place team (DockIt) applied AI principles used in Healthcare today to check completeness of bill of lading and other essential shipping documentation, factoring in differences between forms used by various carriers to eliminate delays caused by missing data.

You can check out all project submissions on DevPost:

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