SmartShip 3rd Training Session - Igniting Maritime Innovation

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We are thrilled to share this captivating moment that brought together esteemed industry leaders, groundbreaking researchers, and passionate students at the 3rd Smartship Training hosted by BlueSoft in the beautiful country of Poland. The event took place in hybrid nature, on the 4th of July, 2023, and reached almost 30 participants. Within the SmartShip project, we take immense pride in being at the forefront of forward-thinking. This event was no exception with a truly exceptional consortium of organizations, including the  CERC - Circular Economy Research Center Danaos Shipping Co. Ltd.,  Harokopio University of Athens Technische Universität Braunschweig BlueSoft ITML École des Ponts Business School, and  Epsilon Malta Ltd. This gathering of brilliant minds enabled a powerful exchange of knowledge and ideas, propelling the maritime industry toward a brighter, more innovative future.

The training brought together esteemed industry leaders for an inspiring and forward-thinking session. Among the many exciting presentations, one standout was  Antonios Makris showcasing TraClets, an impressive open-source Python library for trajectory representation and classification, which was developed by the prestigious  Harokopio University of Athens. If you're eager to explore TraClets further, it's available on GitHub at this link:

Dimitrios Kaklis took the stage to share the groundbreaking progress of Smartship, a revolutionary ship management and trajectory optimization tool developed by none other than  Danaos Shipping Co. Ltd. Additionally,  Rafał Szustkiewicz from  BlueSoft captivated the audience with an insightful presentation on the benefits of employing the SCRUM methodology in project management. His expertise shed light on how this agile approach can drive greater efficiency and success in maritime projects.

Isabel von Gemmingen-Hornberg, from  CERC - Circular Economy Research Center, provided an enlightening perspective on the evolution of supportive systems within the maritime industry. For those eager to learn more about CERC’s initiatives, you can visit their website here:

The 3rd Smartship  #training, provided an exceptional platform for professionals to unite, exchange ideas, and showcase advancements within the maritime industry. We believe that by fostering collaboration and bringing together diverse perspectives, we can unlock the true potential of maritime innovation. Our passion for pushing boundaries and exploring new horizons drives us to continuously seek transformative solutions that not only benefit the industry but also contribute to a sustainable and circular economy.

Thank you to all who participated in the 3rd Smartship Training!