6-8 March 2018

JW Marriott Parq, Vancouver, Canada


Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

Meeting the real enterprise challenges blocking shipping’s digital journey is the focus for the Transas Global Conference 2018, whose ‘Enterprise Change’ agenda brings together global business leaders, technology disruptors, academics and the visionaries of maritime in a unique forum exploring the practicalities of digital implementation. Over the course of three days, speakers will consider how the digital business models that have transformed global industries can be harnessed within maritime to build competitive advantage, increase revenue and ensure safety at sea.

#MaritimeFuture -> Efficient. United. Smart. Advanced. Shaping maritime's future together! Join the movement

[WATCH] Capt. Harry Nelson explaining what #shipping can learn from #aviation. Relive the most inspiring moments of #THESIS17 and join us in Vancouver this year to hear from Harry Nelson on what effect new technologies have on human factor https://t.co/yVJdxfo0Ry

The city is named after British Naval Captain George Vancouver who was the first European to venture on Canadian's Pacific Coast in 1792. It was meant to host the best maritime conference #THESIS18 #THEsis_PlaceToBe https://t.co/OiIT32nfzH

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Some of our speakers who will be leading the discussion

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