Due to pandemics, the 2020 edition of the Summit is ONLINE

 

Policy Makers from Key Institutions

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

International Labour Organisation (ILO)

International Maritime Organisation (IMO)

European Union (EU)

Governmental bodies

Chambers of commerce

Participants

Smart Technologies

Transport and Logistics

Infrastructure providers

Port Handling and Operation

Automotive and Mobility

Suppliers and Retailers

Maintenance

New services

Researchers and Academia

Logistics

Transport

Automation

IoT

Management

Engineering

Political studies

Bottom line

Speakers presentations

Debate

What is the NEW Smart? Topic Debates:

Green Deals

Decarbonisation

Global Partnerships in Transport

Sustainable Cities

Handbook of Global Partnerships

How your business/ institution helps the accomplishment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030?

Handbook of Global Partnerships in Transport

is an educational and global communication tool with key discussions, case studies and best practices collected from the Summit participants.

Focus on SDG17: Global partnerships.

For Handbook contributors, send email to contact@unsummit.eu or unsummit.eu@gmail.com

For invitations, send email to: contact@unsummit.eu or unsummit.eu@gmail.com

before 29 September 2020

Smart Transport Summit 2020 speakers include:


 

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Cornel Panait

President of Constanta Maritime

University Senate

 Opening Remarks from the Host Institution

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Ovidiu Cupsa

International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Ambassador

 IMO and innovation in maritime

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Yusuke Mori

International Association of Maritime Universities

(Japan)

Opening introductory speech from IAMU

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Oana Bodron

 European Commission (Bruxelles)

Horizon Europe Mission on Climate-neutral and

Smart Cities

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László Borbély

State Counsellor of the Prime Minister of Romania on the topic of Sustainable Development

 Romania’s Sustainable Development Strategy

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Costel Stanca

 General Director, Constanta Port Administration

The vision of smart ports

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Vola Rakotondrazafy Andriatahina

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

 “Bridge for Cities” Approach

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 Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou

 Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (Cyprus)

Smart thinking for smart transport: Why diversity is the answer

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Sergi Alegre

  Airport Regions Council (Bruxelles), Director General

LAirA project and the European Green Deal

perspective

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Angelica Baylon

  Maritime Academy of Asia and Pacific (Philippines)

Smart Transport System towards SDG

Accomplishment in the Philippines

 

Emma Mark Intelligent Cargo Systems

Emma Mark

 Intelligent Cargo Systems, UK

Right Here, Right Now

 

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Titus Man

 Babes Bolyai University (Romania), Interdisciplinary

Centre for Data Science

Sustainable mobility and transportation

 

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Cristina Dragomir

 Constanta Maritime University, Romania

Host and Moderator

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Cosmin Dumitrache

 General Director of Romanian Naval Authority

Sustainable navigation and smart navigation devices

 

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Adrianna Barbasiewicz

  NAVA Ship Design (Poland), Head of 3D scanning

and photogrammetry

New technologies in smart transport

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Sofia Fürstenberg Stott

 FÜRSTENBERG Maritime Advisory (Copenhagen)

How to Operationalise Transformative Change 

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Codruta Mare

 Babes Bolyai University (Romania), Interdisciplinary

Centre for Data Science

Sustainable mobility and transportation

Maria Carrera Arce, World Maritime University researcher

Maria Carrera Arce

World Maritime University, Sweden

Synergies between Modes of Transports and Human Element

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Turi Fiorito

  Director, European Federation of Inland Ports, Bruxelles

Green Logistics

 

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Elitsa Panayotova

SOfia GREEN Coordinator, Sofia Municipality

Sofia’s Path to Sustainability – Improving Mobility

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Gabriela Badea

 “Ovidius” University of Constanta (Romania), Lecturer

Blockchain for Entrepreneurs – a non-traditional

Industry 4.0 curriculum for Higher Education

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Ørnulf Jan Rødseth

SINTEF Ocean Research (Norway)

A global innovation partnership for smart sea

transport – new ship concepts

 

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Delia Dimitriu

  Connected Places Catapult (UK), Associate Director

Challenges of

Decarbonising Transport Systems

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Joseph Lau

 European Centre for Social Responsibility – Director of Asian Research Center (Hong Kong)

Electric cars: a New Direction of Hong Kong Smart City

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Gulsah Metinoz

 Thermo King Transport Solutions (Belgium), Global Marine

(Un)broken Cold Chain

Public Debate: How does the Smart Transport sector contribute to the accomplishment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

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Svein David Medhaug

 Norwegian Maritime Authority (NORWAY)

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Trond Langemyr

 Norwegian Coastal Administration (NORWAY)

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Bogdan Nita

 General Manager of Constanta urban transportation system (CT Bus)

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Mandresy Rakotoarison

 Director for International Cooperation (MADAGASCAR)

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Angelica Baylon

 Director for External Relations, Maritime Academy of Asia and Pacific

(PHILIPPINES)

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Chris Jones

 Intelligent Cargo Systems (UK)

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After the event, recording will be freely available on YouTube and on the website

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IMPORTANT TOPICS PRESENTATIONS

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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DEBATE

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REPRESENTATIVE INSTITUTIONS