Calendar of Events for Danish Digital Maritime Day 28 October 2020
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Press Tour: Experience the Latest Marine Technology
08.10.2014 - 09.10.2014
Wednesday 8 October 19.30-21.00: Dinner at DieselHouse by the mammoth B&W engine from 1932. Meeting and dining with members of the Danish Maritime Industry and international press.
Venue: DieselHouse, Elværksvej 50, 2450 Copenhagen SV
Thursday 9 October:
09.15 – 11.15 The latest news from:
HEMPEL: HEMPAGUARD® one year later
Officially launched in September 2013, HEMPAGUARD® offers outstanding resistance to fouling during idle periods and significant fuel savings. Today HEMPAGUARD® has been applied on more than 160 full ships and is being applied on a full ship every third day somewhere in the world.
VIKING Life-Saving Equipment flexes global network muscle
Global Safety Product Agreements: A new fixed-price concept offering 50 products at fixed prices for cost predictability and full compliance in ports around the world.
MAN DIESEL & TURBO
A technical update on two-stroke and retrofit solutions.
11.15 – 12.30 Lunch
Venue: MAN Diesel & Turbo’s ’Medarbejdershus’ (Workers’ Social Club), Teglholmsgade 41, 2450 Copenhagen SV
12.45 – 13.45 Live demonstration of VIKING’s new LifeCraft™
14.00 Closing Plenary Session at Danish Maritime Forum (at Docken in Copenhagen)
15.30 Danish Maritime Fair (at the Bella Center, near the airport).
16.30 – 19.00 “First movers in Safety, Green Solutions and Technologies – Possibilities and Challenges” (at the Bella Center). The event focuses on how safety solutions and green technologies can be implemented. There can be practical, economic, and legal challenges for technology providers and initial users, which have most clearly been seen in connection with ballast water treatment. Find the programme details here.
20.00 – 23.00 Dinner/Networking at Denmark’s National Aquarium, arranged by Danish Maritime.