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Advanced Technologies for Port Inspections

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A smart modernisation and eco-innovative approach in port management has become key to allow port authorities to cope with ever growing multifaced challenges and make a step forward, by moving towards a more advanced, as well as environmentally friendly future. NON-STOP (New smart digital Operations Needed for a Sustainable Transition of Ports) is an eco-innovation project that is co-funded by Interreg North Sea Region Programme 2014 – 2020. With the ultimate goal of the to illustrate that it is possible, though green investments to reduce by 10% the time of several port operations and lower by 10% the pollution of port activities.

Technological devices have been used for years to inspect the condition of port structures and port activities. Companies have connected these devices to drones and ROV to operate with more flexibility and to reduce risky dives. With the increase in performance of sensors and data processing, inspection tasks could be more autonomous and automatic resulting in more reliable and cost efficient port inspection. In this webinar we will discuss how ports can apply these new technologies for quay inspection, oil leakage detection, dock piling and much more.

“Advanced Technologies for Port Inspections”

Date & Time: Thursday 15 September 2022, 10h30-12h CET

10h30:  Introduction

10h35: “The use of ROVS and the Altum in ports“,

 Jurgen Moerman (Cspect)


10h55: “Automated on demand drone based port inspections”,

Frederik Winters (Dronematrix)


11h15: “Port Inspections by AquaSmartXL”,

Marlon Drinkwaard (AquasmartXL)


11h35: Panel Discussion,

11h55: Closing words

-The webinar will be moderated by Jurgen Adriaen (Project Officer Bluebridge NV).

For more information: jurgen.adriaen@ostendsciencepark.be

Non Stop

  • 15/09/2022
  • Organized by NON-STOP
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