Deniss Bickovs

Project Manager
Freeport of Riga

Deniss has gained experience in a lot of projects related to logistics, transport and maritime e.g. Port community, SafeSeaNet, ANNA, SKLOIS, Port Integration, e-freight, “e-Maritime Strategic Framework and Simulation based Validation” etc. He also has organised coordination work with government institutions electronic systems’ implementation in real life.

Deniss has contributed to organizing and leading various meetings, working groups, and lectures on several projects’ implementation and EU Directive requirements into Latvian legislation.

Interesting Fact:

Since the beginning of 2020 he is an Assistant Lecturer at the Latvian Maritime Academy.


Autonomous Shipping, Trucking & Drones
29th March 2021, 1:45PM – 2:45PM BST
Automated vehicles are widely used in many industries and ports have already begun factoring in autonomous ground vehicles into their operations. Here we explore the use case for autonomous aerial vehicles (drones) and autonomous ships in ports.

– Seas & Ports of the Future – North Sea becomes an inland, Mega Port
– How autonomous vehicles can be used successfully in Smart Ports
– The evolution of autonomous shipping and how they can affect the supply chain
– How can autonomous vehicles help overcome some of today’s smart port challenges
– Near shore and port approach navigational barriers for autonomous shipping