The role of the Digital Transformation Committee is as follows:
To build thought leadership and guide, facilitate and inspire the digital transformation of SSA members’ businesses
To align SSA with the goals of the Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map and:
Contribute to a vibrant innovation ecosystem to drive competitiveness and new growth areas for SSA members
Improve productivity by building a highly automated and digital maritime environment for SSA members
Develop a future-ready maritime workforce by building relevant training programs for SSA members to grow their digital competence
To partner with MPA, CDO, Pier71, SMI, IHLs, and other relevant stakeholders to jointly champion the digital transformation of the maritime space.
To bring awareness of relevant technology developments that may support the digital transformation of members’ businesses to SSA members through education and outreach. This could be through, but not limited to, the extension of invitations to tech service providers, start-ups and scale-ups to provide industry updates to members of the Committee.
To collaborate around the development and/or co-creation of industry-wide technology solutions that have the potential to positively impact the business of SSA members.
The definition of Digital Transformation is the pursuit of innovative and agile business and operational models – fuelled by evolving technologies, processes, analytics, and talent – to create new value and experiences for customers, employees, and stakeholders.
As such, in alignment with the Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map, the Digital Transformation Committee will seek to help SSA member companies change their business and operating models by leveraging digital capabilities to achieve internal efficiencies, reduce costs and improve their services for sustained growth in the digital economy. The Committee will also work with other SSA Committees to explore and assess the opportunities offered by emerging technologies such as additive manufacturing, autonomous systems, and data analytics.
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The role of the Cybersecurity Sub-Committee is as follows:
to provide a coherent voice for industry on policy, legislative and technical issues related to cybersecurity, with a particular emphasis on cybersecurity as applied to shipboard systems and the ship/shore interface;
to make representations to government departments and other relevant authorities and industry stakeholders;
to provide an industry community in which members can share intelligence on best practices, threat trends, and development;
to connect members with industry-wide initiatives; and
to give members insight into market developments.
CYBEROWL PTE LTD
General Manager (IT)
PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL LINES (PRIVATE) LIMITED
Terms of reference
SME Digital Initiative Programme (SDIP) objectives are:
Create awareness on the importance of digitalization within the Singapore Maritime ecosystem
Define and develop SSA DIP framework and strategy (Recruit, Acquire, Implement)
Identify, organise and optimise external resources to facilitate the program
Develop a trial and tested program that can be adopted by the maritime industry
Facilitate twelve SMEs to complete SDIP in by the end of 2022