Maritime service provider KOTUG International, ship design company Rotortug, and tech start-up Captain AI demonstrated Monday the first boat in the world that sails the most optimal route without human intervention, marking a milestone on the way towards fully autonomous sailing.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the shipping industry, it also led the industry to a tipping point necessitating new ways of operation and management towards digitalization.
Bureau Veritas (BV) has been closely collaborating with the French flag in order to enhance and enable SeaOwl’s innovative remote-operated vessel project.
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?
Norwegian Cruise Line contracted marine and technical consultancy Brookes Bell to deliver its software solution SRtP Onboard across its Breakaway Plus class of vessels.
The Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy got delivered a Cloud simulation technology, which will enable the Academy to continue providing its training despite ongoing social distancing and travel restrictions.
The Dutch Artificial Intelligence Coalition (NL AIC) launched a dedicated working group for the Netherlands’ Port and Maritime sector to boost digitalization and improve operations.
One of the world’s full autonomous ships, the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS), will be launched on September 16th in Plymouth, UK.
Ports of Auckland along with Containerchain shake their hands and inked a 10-year aggement so as to enhance ports’ software solutions within the logistics operations.
Bureau Veritas (BV) in Singapore along with Nokia and Sembcorp Marine successfully conducted remote surveys that pave the way for establishing a new class procedure for the remote inspection of vessels under construction.
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