Ports 4.0 Conference – digitalization in the focus of the maritime sector

2023 05 22


Improving communication, security and data management, digital twin ports, sea and land traffic management system – this and more will be discussed during the upcoming, third edition of Ports 4.0 Conference organized by the Baltic Ports Organization. Be a part of this valuable industry meeting held in Riga, Latvia on June 20th. Participation is free of charge.

What topics will be covered?

‘Optimizing operational efficiency through asset and process digitalization” – this is the theme of this year's edition of the Ports 4.0 Conference. 

• How can ports improve communication, security and data management? 
• Are digital twin ports just costly toys or valuable support tools? 
• What goes into designing an expansion-ready, flexible traffic management system?

These are just some of the questions that our speakers and panelists will face during the event. We will take a closer look at, among others, notable examples from various ports: Oslo, HaminaKotka, Antwerp-Bruges, Esbjerg, Gävle, Bergen,Tallinn, Riga and Rijeka. 

Freeport of Riga – a memorable venue of the event

We are very happy to invite you again to Riga. The Freeport of Riga Authority is located on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava in the Gulf of Riga.

Both historically and geographically, the port is an integral part of the city of Riga. It occupies 11% of the territory of the city of Riga on both banks of the River Daugava and stretches for 15 km from the Vanshu Bridge in the very center of the city to the mouth of the river in the Gulf of Riga. 

Its convenient location, providing the closest access to the sea from a large Eurasian land area, has made it possible for the city of Riga to become an important crossroads of trade routes and a thriving port throughout all centuries of its history. 

Today, the strategically advantageous geographical location, well-developed connections for all transport modes and diverse logistics solutions provide the Port of Riga with the status of a multimodal transport hub. The central Baltic port provides access to a vast logistics network connecting Northern Europe.

Agenda & registration

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About Baltic Ports Organization

The Baltic Ports Organization is a regional ports organization inspiring and supporting its members while cooperating pro-actively with relevant partners. BPO was established on October 10, 1991, in Copenhagen, with an aim to facilitate cooperation among the ports and to monitor and improve the possibilities for shipping in the Baltic Sea region.

Development over the past years has proceeded very quickly and at present BPO has entered a new, challenging and exciting phase. Currently, the organization is comprised of 49 members representing the most significant ports and stakeholders in the Baltic Sea region. BPO is well-recognized within the BSR, in EU bodies and other European regions.

The organization's mission is to contribute to economic, social and environmentally sustainable development of maritime transport and the port industry in the Baltic Sea region, thereby strengthening its global competitiveness.

Source, actiaforum.pl


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