The Baltic Exchange will be holding an open forum on 12 December (3 pm to 7 pm) to celebrate and learn more about the upcoming launch of a new maritime air emissions monitoring and reporting initiative led by the Baltic in partnership with GeoSpock, UCL and UMAS.
The maritime emissions project is an independent data repository for the capture and storage of data related to maritime emissions. The project aims to help maritime organisations and stakeholders address their emissions challenges in a transparent way, harnessing technology to facilitate emissions quantification, visualisation and reporting in a dynamic and flexible manner.
This session will discuss the initiative and showcase the maritime emissions digital platform, after which attendees will be invited to register their interest and contribute towards its continued development. The forum will be followed by a drinks reception at the Baltic Exchange.
You can read more about the project in this vision paper - The future of data in the maritime sector: driving change through geospatial data.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.