Many companies are taking part in Designing the Future of Full Autonomous Ship Project (DFFAS Project) which aims to realize a domestic coastal shipping business supported by crewless maritime autonomous surface ships.
The 5G Blueprint, a new international research project, focuses on how teleoperation can be used to improve the way transport and losigistics operate efficiently.
The potential of digitalisation and the imperative of decarbonisation mean shipping needs to embrace secure, regulated networks, writes Tore Morten Olsen, President, Maritime, Marlink.
MPA Singapore developed a Maritime Digitalisation Playbook to support its maritime enterprises uncover opportunities in digital transformation and highlight some first steps that maritime companies can take in digitalization and innovation.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) announced the launch of an e-learning training toolkit and platform on ethics and integrity, for shipowners, managers, agents, and maritime cadet schools.
International Port Community Systems Association along with the Chinese technology group Alibaba shake their hands in order to boost blockchain application in logistics and e-commerce.
For the first time in its history, Members attending the American Club’s Annual Meeting in New York yesterday did so remotely, in a virtual format made necessary by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the unusual circumstances, Members heard that the Club had made solid progress across all business lines over the previous twelve months, with 2020 having also started on a positive note.
The international research project “5G-Blueprint” recently received European fund in order to develop how remotely operated transport can be used to make operations and logistics more efficient.
WPSP Port Community Cyber Security White Paper ensures ports accurately understand and correctly define cyber security, conduct a gap analysis and take a measured, step-by-step approach towards cyber resilience.
Grieg Star and G2 Ocean have supported the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in setting up a research centre dedicated to safe autonomous ships. On the 12th of June, The Research Council of Norway awarded more than 20 million Norwegian kroner to the project.
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