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Applied Data Science for Maritime Applications (ADSMA) 2018

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University of Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College

Queen Anne Court

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SE10 9LS

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Data Science techniques are being applied to an increasing number of applications. ADSMA 2018 aims to identify the current state of the art of data science research for maritime applications leading to a new research agenda within the field. The event will bring together national and international representatives from academic and industry. In addition to sharing the latest advancements in the field, participants will also have great networking opportunities.

The shipping industry generates millions of data points every day: AIS reports of ship movements; vessel condition monitoring by operators and owners; container tracking by ports; freight scheduling by couriers; catch details by fishing boats; insurance claims; social media postings; and so on. Here is a great opportunity for data scientists to make a difference. With these volumes of traffic, even modest improvements in operations, planning, etc., can result in huge savings, both financially and environmentally.

ADSMA 2018 will be hosted by the Greenwich Maritime Centre (GMC) at the University of Greenwich between 6th – 7th September and will be co-located with Society and the Sea 2018.

Delegate Registration Fee Includes: Delegate Pack, Day One - Refreshments and Conference Dinner; Day Two: Refreshments and Lunch.

Conference Programme: The full programme will be published on the conference website in advance of the event: www.gre.ac.uk/ach/events/adsma


*Photo credit: Dr David Walker, University of Exeter


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Old Royal Naval College

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SE10 9LS

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