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Propulsion Analytics: Unlocking the benefits of ‘Digital Twin’ concept for shipping

Mr. Andreas Simeonidis, Marketing & Business Development Manager at Propulsion Analytics argues that technological developments have accelerated pace and entered shipping as well, however this is not the main issue. The big challenge lies with the impact that technology has on industry’s operations, or in other words what we call it as ‘’digital disruption’’ that aims to transform industry’s culture.

Shipping industry ready to move away from tradition?

Well over the half of the participants in SAFETY4SEA poll concerning shipping industry’s transition from the traditional operational model to a modernized one replies that industry is ready for to move away from tradition!

Gender equality taskforce to redress the balance 

Creating a “redressing “plan is an effective method to assess, maintain, and monitor the knowledge, skills, and attributes of people with respect to gender equality in a shipping organization. There are women of all ages and abilities wanting to be a part of our maritime future and we must make sure they will.

Safety I vs Safety II: An overview

The traditional thinking about safety has reached some notable landmarks, but the constantly renewed list of unexpected incidents at sea comes to underline a need for a change in safety perception, unveiling there could be more than the traditional ways of ‘doing safety’.

Entering an era of change and opportunity

While speaking at the last SAFETY4SEA Conference in Athens, Mrs. Carleen Lyden Walker, Co-Founder/Executive Director of NAMEPA, emphasized sustainability as an opportunity of success and change for the shipping industry. Never before the recorded history has so much change and disruption occurring at such an accelerated pace, she argued, providing several examples of how many changes the industry has seen over the recent years, and how the industry can benefit.

Empowering women leadership for ocean sustainability

There is no doubt that in the future shipping industry, oil and gas, fisheries, aquaculture, seabed mining, cruise, renewable energy, ports, dredging etc. will need more women in leadership roles. Therefore, we prepared a quick guide on how to improve women leadership in the ocean community.

Cybersecurity landscape is changing: What’s next?

The cybersecurity landscape, however, is changing  day after day, year after year; and here we are in 2018, trying to put ourselves in the shoes of cybercriminals to better anticipate where attacks will be coming from.

Arctic: New routes open but challenges ahead 

We heard that in early 2018, the first commercial ship traveled the Northern Sea Route in winter without the assistance of an ice breaker. Indeed, due to the climate change, new trade routes have opened in some areas, however, at the same time the risk of ice in others is getting larger and larger.

Poll

Is Polar Code enough to ensure safety & environmental protection of seafarers, passengers and Arctic people?

maritime events

Alerts Casualties Loss Prevention Maritime Health Regulation Safety Seafarers Security
steel plate
Following instructions vital to avoid injuries
pad
Heavy tensioner pad falls near deck supervisor
glow sticks
Glow sticks may hide chemical risks
Arctic Ballast Emissions Fuels Green Shipping Pollution Ship Recycling Technology
e waste
EU to deny citizens longer-lasting and repairable products resulting to e-waste
cop 24
IMO focuses on strategy for shipping emissions reduction at COP 24
lng
Facility to improve safety of LNG to be created
Connectivity Cyber Security E-navigation Energy Efficiency Maritime Software Smart
drones
Port of Amsterdam trials monitoring system to explore drones
lrit
Tunisia joins EU LRIT Cooperative Data Centre
Propulsion Analytics: Unlocking the benefits of ‘Digital Twin’ concept for shipping
CIC Detentions Fines PSC Focus Vetting
lng carriers
Fines on LNG carriers for cargo shortages in India
MSC
MSC pays $630K for violating air quality regulation
korea
S. Korea top court orders Mitsubishi to pay for WWII forced labour
CSR Shipping Sustainability Women in shipping
e waste
EU to deny citizens longer-lasting and repairable products resulting to e-waste
Sea Shepherd to scrap ‘M/Y Steve Irwin’
australia
Australia’s Labor Party makes inquiry to improve maritime industry
Finance Fishery Infographic Maritime Knowledge Offshore Ports Reports Shipbuilding Short Sea Yachting
port of portland
Ballpark to be created at Port of Portland’s Terminal 2
transparency in fishing
Ten principles for global transparency in fishing industry
feport
FEPORT: Consistency and coordination needed between EU policies
Magsaysay: Making maritime training attractive for the young seafarers
Propulsion Analytics: Unlocking the benefits of ‘Digital Twin’ concept for shipping
OSM Maritime: Raising awareness on cyber risks is the first step
Marlink: Securing available connectivity onboard is vital