The 5th edition of Intelligence Hunt, a Company and Student competition, is at the last mile now.
Teams have submitted their reports for the final review before the #IntelligenecHunt5Jury will start evaluating the executive summaries. The summaries will consist of 2 written pages and a maximum of 5 pages with illustrations to support the concept proposal of a team.
The final reports to the companies will be sent before the Finals, June 7th in Oslo, and the final touch will be a stage presentation.
The jury will evaluate each team's work based on the following criteria: 1. Case Assignment – How interesting the assignment is from the maritime and SCM industry development perspective? 2. Assignment vs. Solution – How well the solution answers the given assignment? 3. Level of Innovativeness – Level of conceptual innovation. 4. Search Skills – How many existing technologies, available solutions in the market have been analyzed and used, if feasible? 5. Team Work Atmosphere and Ethics. 6. Stage Presentation Skills – Can you sell your product?
The Cases with Companies and Student Teams are:
FINNLINES with a Case "Scaling Up a Strong Port Partnership and a RoPax Concept to a New Sustainable and Attractive Joined Passenger Service Concept". Student Team "#IH5Marvel": Kseniia Koliadina, ESSEC & Mannheim Business School, Germany, Illia Parniuk, Odessa State Maritime University, Ukraine, Eliise Toomistu, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia, Eric Ikpe, University of Kyrenia, Cyprus and Juha-Matti Ahlgren, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
PORT OF NAANTALI with a Case "Sustainable and Responsible Port Development Concept in Partnership with a Strong Shipowner". Student Team "#IH5SixFriendsofNaantali": Valtteri Aronen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Oleksandra Kucheriaba, Odessa National Maritime University, Usama Yakub, Tampere University of Technology, Rosa Manninen, Tampere University and Esmeralda Dervishllari, Chalmers University of Technology.
MAERSK with a Case "Biofuels: A sustainable, safe and enforceable solution for maritime transport?". Student Team "#IH5BEST" B.E.S.T. - Biofuelled Energy on Shipping Technology": Susanna Valenti, University of Genoa, Italy, Masha Tishkovskaya, National University Odessa Maritime Academy, Ukraine, Abubakar Hassan, World Maritime University, Sweden, Jasmin Kaseva, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands and Daniil Furman, Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping, Russia.
WÄRTSILÄ with a Case "Route Ranking Case: Ferry as a Part of Transport Chain". Student Team "#IH5Hermes": Calvin Kho, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, Chia Palkonen, Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Gift Okafor, University of Eastern Finland, Rajinder Kumar, World Maritime University, Sweden and Andre Holtkamp, University of Siegen, Germany.
PORT OF RIGA with a Case "How to build a state of art emission monitoring system to Port of Riga?". Student Team "#IH5MastersofSynergy": Maria Petrova, Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping, Russia, Cathlyn Olev, Tallinn Technical University, Estonian Maritime Academy, Estonia, Shubham Yadav, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway, Maxwell Neadiali, University of Eastern Finland and Sid Ali, University of Strathclyde, Scotland.
AEROMON with a Case "How to Expand a Company with Wide Range of Emission Monitoring Services and Technology to a European Level Flagship?". Student Team "#IH5BAMS B.A.M.S. - Blue Air Management Sensors": Jason Barbopoulos, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece, Ronit Patel, International School of Management, Dortmund, Germany, Fhaysal Jadoon and Annette Muriithi, World Maritime University, Sweden and Mark Siatta, Nord University, Norway.
NAVIGATE with a Case "Maritime 4.0 - Managing and Monetizing the Employment Shift: Gender, Demographics, Education, Trade Patterns and Environment". Student Team "#IH5LightIdeas": Valeriia Tronina, Odessa National Maritime University, Ukraine, Julia Breidenbend and Svea Clausen, Hochschule Bremen, Germany, Filip Log, Umeå University, Sweden and Ngoc Phan, Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
CODOGNOTTO with a Case "Digitalization of European Corridors. Case Study: Optimization of the Shortsea IT-ES-IT Corridor". Student Team "#IH5Codoghogs": Taoufik Boumgard and Usman Shuaibu, World Maritime University, Sweden, Anton Sofronov, Odessa National Maritime University, Ukraine and Haianh Nguyen, Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
You may watch the competition live either by attending the finals at Nor-Shipping or watching us live via our > SeaFocus Facebook