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Smart shipping by Policy Lab

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Our Marine Autonomy Futures Lab summary.

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Smart shipping by Policy Lab

  1. 1. Maritime Autonomy Futures Lab Write-up Wednesday 28th February 2018
  2. 2. Futures Lab On 28 February 2018, Policy Lab and Department for Transport held a full day session at Norton Rose Fulbright to look at the future of Smart Shipping - and consider the role of government in the sector. The event convened attendees with a wealth of maritime expertise - from the SME community, shipping lines, port operators, trade bodies, trade unions, insurers, lawyers and academia - to assess how best to maximise the benefits of new technologies for the maritime sector. This pack: - describes the process used in collaborating with industry to understand their views on the role of government in supporting the sector; - summarises discussions; and, - provides images of the routemaps which participants completed throughout the day.
  3. 3. What we did How it was all to get to the routemap and the three points Who was there The process
  4. 4. After a welcome from the Minister for Shipping, Nusrat Ghani MP we: - Took participants through existing evidence and expressed views on the sector - and the future; - Considered different perceptions of vision and risk; - Built our understanding of the range of people impacted by Smart Shipping policy; - Developed a shared understanding of headline challenges for the sector; - Considered the government’s role in supporting the sector. Throughout the day, each table built a routemap detailing what they thought needed to happen. This allowed us to reach a collective and holistic view on what Smart Shipping means to industry and how the UK can support the uptake, development and use of these technologies, maximising the benefit to industry and citizens. THE PROCESS
  5. 5. Evidence discovery What is happening in the wider world? What we need to overcome?
  6. 6. EVIDENCE DISCOVERY It is important that Smart Shipping policy is developed in collaboration with industry (with a commercial focus), all the while grounded in science and evidence. Policy Lab and DfT developed a series of ‘evidence cards’, each showing a key piece of evidence relating to the future of maritime autonomy. Participants were encouraged to explore the evidence and consider the following questions, populating their routemaps as they go: - What is surprising, interesting, missing? - What is going to happen and when? What is happening in the wider world? - What do we need to overcome? - Is our challenge right? What is the problem we are trying to address?
  7. 7. Challenge setting
  8. 8. We wanted to start by agreeing the overarching project objective - we call this ‘challenge setting’ and use the prefix ‘How can we…’ to think as a collective to solve a problem. Policy Lab and DfT set an initial challenge, based on a policy team workshop in January: How can we establish the UK to be a world leader in the uptake, development and use of Smart Shipping - where appropriate - and ensure benefits are shared widely by industry and citizens? Attendees adjusted the challenge throughout the day. Modified challenges and key considerations are detailed on the following slide. What is the challenge?
  9. 9. IMAGE
  10. 10. How can we learn from experience.... - Learn from successes and failures of autonomy in other sectors? - Do for shipping what London did for the 2012 Olympics by focusing on excellence not scale, whilst having multiple parties working together to a common goal, leveraging the UK’s strengths How can we set a regulatory framework.... - Drive regulation to the benefit of the global industry? - Remove logjams; engage in dialogue with all stakeholders; come to the regulatory table at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) with a mature agenda; be the most powerful and influential voice at the table; and ensure regulations are fit for purpose? - Develop govt policy in multi-modal environment so UK doesn’t fall behind? How can we keep skills and workforce at the heart.... - Encourage new skills and identify them early? - Make the sector great place to work, bringing new demographics to maritime? - Break down barriers for market entry? How can we maximise cyber security?. How can we diversify the sector.... - Allow disruptive tech to enter the maritime sector? How can we capitalise and adapt.... - Capitalise on existing successes and a become world leader in Smart Shipping? - Continually challenge the changes we make to ensure relevancy and optimum choices? How can we… promote the UK maritime sector in a way that attracts the workforce of the future, making us flexible and agile in addressing innovation and change? This will maintain the strength of the UK as a leading maritime nation with people at the heart of the challenge. How can we… establish the UK to be a world leader in the uptake and development of automated maritime systems - leading in the creation of the wider legal and regulatory framework - and ensure benefits are shared widely by industry and citizens? How can we… create the environment and framework with attracts inward investment, expands capital and protects the UK strengths in Smart Shipping? How can we… proactively drive the development of Smart Shipping - maximising the benefits of their creation exploitation and support, for the whole of the UK, accounting for the variety of systems, linkages and cultures involved? How can we… establish the UK to be a world leader in the uptake, development and use of Smart Shipping - to enhance supply chain efficiency along with a safe environment? Modified challenges Key considerations: CHALLENGE SETTING
  11. 11. Key messages from the day We asked each table to tell us three key things to take away from the whole day
  12. 12. Ensure regulations work in short term while also leading with IMO in longer term Need a safe space for innovation. KEY MESSAGES Make it easy for companies to work (funding, regulation, gvt taking lead, test areas) Ensure the human is at the centre of this process (skills, message, jobs) Develop legal andregulatoryframework Encourageinnovationand take risks Promote the maritime sector as an attractive career choice to bring in the future innovation. Ensure the skills framework supports the set clear targets. Develop publicly backed and promoted flagship projects on Smart Shipping, Build domestic flagship project be prepared to learn from failures To champion enthusiasm, promote autonomous shipping and challenge doubters through education, regulation and taxation. Government is an enabler. Funding: Infrastructure/ connectivity: Can’t have smart ships without the corresponding infrastructure. Need “big picture” approach. Government to be clear on who does what and avoid duplication Play to our strengths “2012” approach i.e don’t compete on scale but on excellence Clearly understand steps along the way to Smart Shipping Testing and evidence needed to establish trust with regulators Provide incentives and targeted investment Define and setout a visionfor UK’sfuture role Adapt domesticlegislation,making it asquick and easyas possible A flagship demonstrator or competition will help with a range of issues Government should ensure the environment for growth exists (regulations,infrastructure, test beds definitions) To collaborate inthe resolution ofcommercial andsafety problems(wider sustainable issues,including environment,safety, cost) Communicate:provide a clearvision, show theworld that theUK is serious Provide clearfundingsupport formaritimeinnovation Funding: Swiftly available, targeted at issues sector identifies + coherent cross-govt approach (best possible UK return) Education:solve the skillsgap issue across:industry,academia,government National strategy: build the plan, buy-in of all partners Create a Blue Economy Strategy .Innovation. .Funding. .Human- .centred. .Environment. .Skills. .& careers. .Flagship projects. Don’t ignorethe humanelement Autonomy is all about people (risks, safety, jobs acceptance) .Regulations . .Vision . .Taking action.
  13. 13. Regulatory framework. Create a domestic regulatory environment which allows industry and others to innovate. Partnership. Government and industry both have a role in driving change. Leadership. Government has a role in leading the sector through its convening and stewarding power. This will come through the development of a clear vision and narrative about the future, a routemap on how to get there and a clearly stated risk appetite. Ambition. We need a shared ambition for the UK to be world-leading, with clear areas where we are at the forefront. Ends and objectives. We need a shared view of the ‘challenge’ and what we need to do as part of the routemap. Education and skills. Progress here will be people-driven. We need to prepare for a new skills-mix and promote the sector as a great place to work. Demonstration. There’s a role for government and industry in creating ‘test-beds’ and flagship projects which boost public awareness and shows the ‘art of the possible’. KEY MESSAGES
  14. 14. This was a Policy Lab project for the Department for Transport. For enquiries about Smart Shipping policy, feedback or suggestions, contact: Catrin Rees Catrin.Rees@dft.gsi.gov.uk For more about Policy Lab: Vasant Chari Vasant.Chari@cabinetoffice.gov.uk Follow Policy Lab on twitter (@PolicyLabUK) and check out our blog