International shipping industry organisations have launched a new website to provide maritime security guidance to companies and mariners. The new website www.maritimeglobalsecurity.org provides security guidance, which the industry supplies, as well as links to useful maritime and military security resources.
The Code is designed to set initial standards and best practice for all those involved with the development and operation of autonomous systems, seeking to provide practical guidance for the design, construction and safe operation of autonomous and semi-autonomous vessels under 24m.
DNV GL issued a practical guide for the maritime industry, advising on ways to create value from data, noting that it sees massive opportunities for the industry players able to move fast and with the required commitment.
In a bid to address the cyber risks of emerging technologies that are being introduced to the Indian maritime industry, Indian Register of Shipping has developed class rules based on guidelines set by IMO, as well as appropriate standards, such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
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