Creating low-code solutions to solve marine business problems

オンデマンド・ウェビナー | 31 分

Learn about the benefits of low-code applications in the marine industry

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According to Gartner, “by 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity”, and “75% of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives”.

… But what is “low-code” exactly? And how is it relevant to the marine industry?

Join our webinar to learn about the Siemens low-code app development platform, Mendix, and how customized apps can be built to address specific business needs of the marine industry.

Key Topics

In this session, we’ll explore:

  • What low-code is and what it can do for the marine industry
  • Two use cases:
    • Inclination test preparation
    • Issue management


This webinar will feature TimeSeries, a startup founded in 2012 to offer tailored, cloud-based applications for industries including manufacturing, life sciences, energy, and marine. Their configurable app templates are built on the Mendix platform and capture industry best practices that can be quickly and easily customized to the needs of individual enterprises. Templates include smart warehousing, predictive maintenance, energy management, and remote inspections. TimeSeries was acquired in April 2021 by Siemens Digital Industries Software to help customers speed digital transformation through increased adoption of low-code.


Deborah Saban-Eppel

Industry Marketing Leader, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Deborah trained as a control system engineer before turning to marketing. She has been working in the software industry for over 11 years with a focus on the Marine industry for the past five years. Deborah is passionate about digital and emerging technologies and their potential to transform our lives.

Jethro Borsje

CTO, TimeSeries (now Mendix)

Jethro has a background in both Computer Science and Economics and has worked in IT for over 12 years. As the CTO of TimeSeries, Jethro was responsible for the innovation team developing solution templates to kickstart rapid application development within organizations. For him, disruptive technologies must be used to make high-quality apps with tangible business value.