32 Carpenter Street
Ocean of Opportunities: Challenge Roadshow
Presented by Symphony Creative Solutions. Partnered with SGInnovate
The shipping industry has long been known as a traditional and conservative one. Containerisation has been around for 60 years, but has remained largely as it first started. 90% of your everyday needs arrives via shipping. The shipping industry is huge and is full of opportunities; come dive into this world of shipping!
Some aspects of containerisation is still heavily reliant on paper and manual processes. Have an idea on how to simplify tedious processes? Maybe you just want an avenue to push yourself to excel and see how far your developer skills can take you? Or maybe you are interested in IoT or RPA for shipping and have a pet project that you’ll like to see being used in the industry rather than just in your dreams? Come join us the upcoming challenge event this April.
Have some queries about the event? Want to meet like-minded people and form teams? Then this information session is for you. Come on down for a session with our mentors and owners of our problem statements for a discussion about our innovation call.
Date: 8 May 2018
Time: 4:30pm – 7:00pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
4:30pm - 5:00pm: Registration
5:00pm - 5:15pm: Presentation by Keynote Speaker (ETC)
5:15pm - 6:00pm: Outline of Ocean of Opportunities (O3) Challenge Dissecting Challenge Statements Q&A
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Partner Technology sharing sessions
6:30pm - 7:00pm: Networking
- Mr. Thomas Ting, Deputy Director - Research and Technology and Industry Development Division, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
- Mr. Eugene Qian, Mr. Ryo Kakuta, Ms. Kelly Takano, Mr. Sanghoon Song, Ocean Network Express Challenge Statement owners
- Technology Partner Representative: Mr. Tommy Ng, National Supercomputing Centre
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