The 2nd Maritime Night took place on the TUHH premises on 10th November 2018 from 5 pm to 10 pm. This year's new questions and development tasks in science and industry of the maritime economic segment were exciting and varied: offshore wind farms, economic area sea, marine technology 4th place: offshore wind farms, marine technology 4th place: offshore wind farms.0, intelligent robotic systems, maritime IT structures, maritime swarm intelligence, maritime use of AI, neuronal networks for digital course control, engine injection optimization and ship operations, oceanology, green ship design, autonomous unmanned ships, green and smart ports, vessel tracking, maritime environmental protection, microplastics, ocean energy, climate change and sea-level rise, trans-Arctic shipping and ship exhaust gas decontamination were just a few keywords for newer areas of development and research.
This year, the Fraunhofer CML presented its planning table, where port layouts were created as well as the ship simulators used to simulate shipping trips and manoeuvres in the Great Belt. The evasive manoeuvres in the busy simulation section made the little captains in particular sweat. There was a lot of discussion, advice was given and tried out in order to transport the ship safely through the route. The event was great fun for everyone.