e5 Lab announced the establishment of Marindows to bring information technology (IT) to Japan’s maritime industry. e5Lab is a joint venture of Asahi Tanker Co., Ltd., Exeno Yamamizu Corporation, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd., and Mitsubishi Corporation that aims to develop electrically powered, zero-emission vessels.
BW Group and Miros created Miros Mocean, a joint venture to provide the shipping industry with a new standard in vessel performance optimisation.
The Port of Ceuta offers a computer tool in order to inform in real time about the meteorological and oceanographic conditions in the region.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. along with the Ship Data Center (ShipDC) have agreed to share the data of about 180 MOL’s ships in operation under the ship IoT data sharing platform known as “IoS Open Platform”.
Port of Antwerp is about to lauch a new shipping guidance system, named as “Vessel Traffic Services” (VTS) in an effort to boost safety and smooth vessel traffic at the port.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd and its car carrier Orca Ace, recently gained ClassNK’s Remote Survey (RMSV) notation, which recognizes the vessel’s preparedness for implementing remote surveys.
The SMART4SEA Virtual Forum successfully concluded on February 24th focusing on the implication of the pandemic in the short and long term and holding discussions on how the industry should work in creating a smarter future for shipping.
Ericsson’s recent report details the connected future of ports and develops five use cases that illustrate how to surf the rising tide.
The COVID-19 pandemic made people realize the severity and the power of technology, as well as how easy it is for a cyber-attack to happen; The pandemic led to a digitally connected world, with more and more people working from home, discovering what cyber risks are and how they can protect themselves and the organization they are working for.
Space-powered data and analytics company, Spire Global and the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) reached an agreement so as to provide global AIS data and support the Agency via it’s EU Member States.
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- Green Shipping
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- Maritime Health
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