Welcome to The Marine Industry Podcast – a podcast all about the evolving technology of the marine industry.
The marine industry is one of the oldest industries in human history, but it is far from immune to today’s trends. Digital transformation, sustainability initiatives, and emerging technologies like automation are changing the ways companies design ships. In the first episode of our brand new podcast, we invite some industry experts to delve deeper into those trends.
Joining the podcast are Jan van Os, Vice President of the Marine Industry for Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Dale Tutt, Vice President of Industry Strategy for Siemens Digital Industries Software.
Today’s episode introduces Jan and his long-time experience in the marine industry and marks the beginning of a longer conversation about the current state of the industry. This episode identifies the most significant trends, such as sustainability and automation, and explores the intricacies and implications behind them.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Jan’s experience in the marine industry
- How sustainability is driving the marine industry
- Other trends that influence ship design
- What autonomous operations mean for ships
- How automation will affect crew composition
Jan van Os – Speaker
Jan van Os is the Vice President of the Marine Industry for Siemens Digital Industries Software.
Dale Tutt – Speaker
Dale Tutt is the Vice President of Industry Strategy for Siemens Digital Industries Software.
The Marine Industry Podcast Series
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