LOGMS is a forum for participants from universities and industries to exchange ideas on the latest technology trends, research developments, and practical applications in maritime systems and urban logistics. This year's focus is on Smart Analytics for Maritime and Logistics Systems.
Prof. Dr. Holger Schütt (CEO at akquinet port consulting GmbH) will join LOGMS conference 2019 with a talk about efficiency opportunities by forecasting upcoming bottle-necks with digital twins. The base idea is to build a simulation model of the terminal, which is directly coupled to the real operation. Besides visualising the current processes (Digital Twin), this approach will also forecast the future operation and in this way will detect bottle-necks before they occur.
Prof. Schütt will use this opportunity to strengthen the cooperation with the “Centre of Excellence in Modelling and Simulation of Next Generation Ports (C4NGP)” from the National University Singapore (NUS) and the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI). The centre supports Singapore’s port to increase the competitiveness of the future Tuas terminal, smarter systems and automation technologies will be implemented at the port.
Digital Twins to Improve Efficiency by Forecasting Upcoming Bottle-Necks
14 -16 August 2019
Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore
Recap in Port Logistics Blog: Digital Twins to Improve Efficiency by Forecasting Upcoming Bottle-Necks