Stefano Negrini

Technical Director, Head of IT/OT & Automation Processes at Terminal Bettolo
Terminal Investment Limited

Stefano, currently Technical Director, Head of ITOT & Automation Processes for Terminal Bettolo for the new MSCTiL greenfield terminal in Genoa, Italy, is a professional with over 25 years of experience in within the industrial fields, of which over 20 in the port sector. He has direct and wide international experience, from ground up, directing major infrastructures projects from ideation to design, construction, installation, commissioning, operation and servicing. Strong talent in engineering, technology, asset management and operation, he has wide, strategic and visionary views, with solid track record of improving efficiency, quality and cost control through the spearheading and deployment of continuous improvement and “Responsible Research & Innovation” culture and practices, and risk-based decision making.

From 2012 onwards he has been increasing his focus and activities on digitization and data science, with particular attention to the application and opportunities of terminal processes automation, big data (collection, analysis and use), machine learning and blockchain use in within the port and, more generally, in within the logistic field.
He is a strong believer in integrity, people, safety, sustainability, business agility, values-based innovation.


Big Data & Analytics: Utilising Data to Make Meaningful and Value-Added Decisions
Big Data projects are revolutionising information processing in the port by providing terminal operators with the information they need to make results-oriented decisions. Panellists will discuss how Big Data projects will give you full control of your operations and allow you to extract key insights from an otherwise unmanageable and underutilised quantity of data.

– Improve efficiency in the terminal with real-time data analytics.
– How Big data can provide the backbone to automation projects.
– Predictive analytics: How can you anticipate disruption to your operations and use data to perform accurate predictive maintenance?
– Business intelligence: Utilising data to inform and adapt your terminal strategy.
– The importance of optimising data visualisation to ensure you are uncovering the most valuable insights hidden within your data.