The Asian Marine Engineering conference is Asia’s premier marine engineering gathering. It brings together regulators, shipowners, shipyards, classification and the wider marine engineering supply chain for two days of high-level discussion, networking and deal making.
This year, in addition to the 2 day Asian Marine Engineering conference we are also hosting, in association with the EGCSA, the first Asian Emissions Technology conference on November 6th, please contact us if you would like to attend all three days.
Day one of the conference focuses on marine engines, propulsion systems, marine fuels and marine lubes all of which are at the heart of successful vessel operation and represent the most significant items of capital and operational expenditure. The next two years will see FOUR pieces of game changing fuels and emissions legislation enter into force:
- 1 January 2018 Mandatory at-berth sulphur limit of 0.5% applicable to all ports in Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River and Bohai Seas (CHINA)
- 1 March 2018 Amendments to Chapter 4 of Annex VI of MARPOL
- 1 January 2019 Mandatory at-berth sulphur limit of 0.5% while operating within the ECAs in China
- 1 January 2020 Amendment to Annex VI of MARPOL. The global cap on sulphur content in shipping fuel from 3.5% mass/mass (m/m) to 0.5% m/m
Attend this event to ensure you fully understand the technical, regulatory and operational implications today to ensure fleets are well placed tomorrow.
Day two of the conference focuses on big data, digital transformation, condition monitoring / predictive maintenance and next generation data acquisition and analysis. Rather than being a technology of the future, this is happening now, meaning that competitive advantage is being gained by early adopters of the available technologies. The strategic use of ‘big data’ to monitor, maintain and manage equipment on board vessels represents a seismic shift for the shipping industry.
The analysis of equipment data allows businesses to undertake remote, realtime onshore monitoring of equipment performance, forestall problems and inform long-term purchasing and commissioning decisions.
“Information is the oil of the 21st century, and analytics is the combustion engine”
Peter Sondergaard, Gartner Research
“No-one should underestimate the significance of Big Data. There is no doubt that it represents a paradigm shift in marine operations.”
Paul Fanning, Editor, Marine Propulsion
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“An excellent marine industry conference with good coverage of pertinent topics & gathering of key stake holders”
“Lots of information obtained from OEMs”
Gulf Oil Marine
“Well organised and valuable information”
Rickmans Shipmanagement Singapore
“Good presence of ship owners, ship managers and associated industry stakeholders sharing concerns of trends, regulations, challenges, new solutions etc.”
"Very worthwhile time away from desk. A better informed manager on return to my desk"
"An informative well managed conference covering topical and well-presented subjects"
Global Ship Lease
"Excellent! Very informative and well organised"
"Ideal opportunity for business...and learning the market's concerns, thoughts and trends"
Anglo Eastern UK
"An excellent orientation to the propulsion concerns of the maritime world"
Maritime Training Institute