Seatrade Cruise Virtual: Tech & Innovation, April 2021 – a digital event not to be missed. If you have any interest in IT, cruise, or IT solutions for cruise, then add April 14th into your diary now. Today we preview what is set to be an insightful day packed full of technology discussions.
Digital Growth And IT Innovation In Cruise
The latest virtual gathering from Seatrade to tackle technology head on promises much. Future fleets will embrace smart technologies and innovations to a far greater extent than any before them. Cruise experiences will enjoy more personalisation as wearable technology and virtual assistants grow in number. We ourselves are launching ‘tzChromar’ to tackle the long-standing issue of maintaining ship times across different time zones.
This digital growth is absolutely essential in all of maritime if the industry is to enjoy success in the years ahead.
Register to attend the event here and you will then have the opportunity to explore a wide range of topics, including:
- Contact Tracing Technologies and Wearables
- The Rise of Digitalisation & Mobile Apps: Travelling Smarter and Safer
- Navigating the Future of Fleet IT Infrastructure Investments
- The Cruising Ecosystem: Perspectives on Emerging Technologies Post-Covid-19
- Looking Beyond the Cruise Industry for Technology Lessons Learned
You will also hear from leading cruise and IT specialists, including Co-Founder and CEO of theICEway, Ian Richardson.
Ian Richardson, Seatrade Cruise Technology Ambassador
Ian has worked in the cruise industry for over 20 years. During that time, he has held a number of prestigious posts including chair of the CLIA Executive Partner Technology Initiative. In his Seatrade Cruise role, he is already leading discussions encompassing innovation – one of the core pillars of theICEway.
“Seatrade Cruise Virtual: Tech & Innovation will bring people in the industry together. They’ll be able to share ideas and updates of their own, as well as learning about how cruise is adopting cutting-edge technology to improve experiences for guests and crew.
A safe return to sailing is of course the immediate goal but for the longer-term, it is about evolving and solving issues both old and new”.
As he stated in a recent interview with Seatrade, “cruising will not be the same as before, it will be even better!”. For our part, we fully support that view and are doing all we can then to ensure it happens.