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 ship management company, Thome Group shake hands with Maritime Payment Solutions, LLC ShipMoney in order to introduce digital payment solutions for crew wages.
UK MCA ran a consultation and concluded to a new method by which passenger numbers and passenger information is required to be transmitted; By December 20 2023, for vessels to which the regulations apply, passenger numbers must be reported digitally to the relevant authorities either via the National Single Window (‘NSW’) or via the ship’s Automatic Identification System (‘AIS’).
Shipping’s digital transformation has already advanced, leaving the “cautious” behind with a disadvantage. It is important to bring value by adding the data and tech component, especially to crewing, which is a dynamic environment, argues Mrs Nadia Alegra, Business Development Manager at Seafair manning agency and crewing software provider.
Ecospray along with relayr shake hands in order to create new IoT-based desulphurization solutions, driving the sector towards an increasingly digital, efficient and environmentally sustainable future.
A group of established maritime entities shake hands and collaborated in order to develop a digital platform which goals to improve the emotional well-being of the world’s 1.7 million seafarers.
ABS, Sembcorp Marine, 3D Metalforge and ConocoPhillips Polar Tankers Inc. (Polar) have created, tested, and installed functional additive manufactured parts on board the oil tanker Endeavor.
DNV GL published a white paper called “Closing the safety gap in an era of transformation”. The white paper identifies a “safety gap” between shipping’s current approach to safety risks and its ambitions for more digitalisation and the adoption of alternative fuels.
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