ABB along with South Korea’s Haemin Heavy Industries shipyard, shake their hands in order to develop region’s first domestic zero-emissions ferry.
China’s Chengxi Shipyard recently delivered world’s first self-unloading transshipment bulker to the German bulk carrier company Oldendorff.
ABB Marine & Ports is about to launch a new cyber security laboratory following the stricter maritime cyber security rules which enter into force on January 1, 2021.
DFDS along with its collaborators applied for a EU Innovation Fund, in order to jointly explore an electricity-powered ferry from a hydrogen fuel cell system, which only emits water.
The whole shipping industry expects its recovery from the pandemic, with the eyes of all maritime stakeholders set on the digital evolution and the unbeatable relation between the technology and the man. However, the question is, what is yet to come?
The Head of Regulatory and Public Affairs at ABB Marine & Ports, Captain Eero Lehtovaara, stresses the important role of digitalization in the industry by helping seafarers and improving safety standards.
Norwegian class DNV GL issued cyber security verification to large passenger ship, making it the first to achieve system compliance under DNV GL’s framework for integrated cyber security.
ABB Marine & Ports presented a testimony to the U.S. House Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, focusing on marine technologies of the future. Specifically, ABB introduced to the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, a comprehensive approach to reduce marine emissions.
Wärtsilä and ABB partner for the launch of the Operational Technology Cyber Security Alliance (OTCSA), which aims to bridge dangerous gaps in security for operational technology and industrial control systems. The OTCSA provides tangible architectural, implementation, and process guidelines to OT operators and solution providers.
Zurich-based technology company ABB announced the signing of a contract with Singaporean shipyard Keppel Offshore & Marine to jointly develop an autonomous tug to operate from 2020. Upon project completion, the vessel is anticipated to be South Asia’s first autonomous tug.
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