Denmark and China has agreed to join forces in an effort to move forward in maritime digitalization.
The two countries will host a three-day seminar on the topic of e-navigation and share experiences earned in the digitalization of various aspects of the maritime life:
“China is an important partner with regard to the digital agenda, including global e-navigation solutions. The Chinese-Danish cooperation enables us to exchange knowledge and experiences,” says Bjørn Borbye Pedersen, Director of e-navigation at the DMA.
“We have just expanded our cooperation agreement on e-navigation to also include China, so the seminar comes at an opportune moment.”
Joining the DMA and China MSA at the seminar will be representatives from China Shipbuilding Information Center, China Classification Society as well as relevant research institutions.