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The maritime sector is evolving due to the increasing role played by information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the internet. FSR Transport contributes to the ongoing analysis of challenges faced by the sector to remain competitive and to cope with new demands from customers and other stakeholders.

Florence Maritime Events

The maritime services sector is facing challenges that are similar to those of all other network industries. The Florence Maritime Events are directed at discussing the most recent developments and possible regulatory evolution in the sector, such as the SafeSeaNet, Places of Refuge, and the Reporting Formalities Directives. 

So far, one Florence Maritime Forum has been organised in November 2012, and one Executive Symposium took place in May 2017. 

Publications

The paper “Digital Innovation in the Port Sector: Barriers and Facilitators” (Carlan, V., Sys, C., Vaneslander, T., Roumboutsos, A.) was presented at the 5th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures (24 June 2016), and it was awarded the prize for the best paper. The paper is available for download in the Network industries quarterly, 2016, Vol. 18, No. 3

Participants

Over the years, stakeholders and administrators, as well as knowledgeable academics, have attended the Florence Maritime Events to share their experiences. The increasing role of ICT requires experts from the sector to join the Forums, broadening the scope of discussion and enriching it with their expertise.

 

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Transport Publications

31.05.2016

Digital Innovation in the Port Sector: Barriers and Facilitators

The paper "Digital Innovation in the Port Sector: Barriers and Facilitators" (Carlan, V., Sys, C., Vaneslander, T., Roumboutsos, A.) will be presented at the 5th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures (24 June 2016). read more

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