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UK invests in energy weapons for the Royal Navy

The UK Ministry of Defence announced investment in the development of advanced energy weapons, known as Directed Energy Weapons (DEW), which are powered solely by electricity and operate without ammunition. The systems could be fueled by a vehicle’s engine or a generator.

Study: Technological innovation a major challenge for port sector

Innovation at terminals is a reality with container terminal operators evolving in a highly competitive environment and deploying tremendous efforts to adapt their terminals to the ever-growing size of vessels and its cascading effects, according to a new study by ETF, IDC, FEPORT and ESPO.

SEA Europe: EU shipbuilding needs more investments in innovation

The European Maritime Technology Sector needs more significant investments in research, development and innovation for the further development of digitalisation, automation and autonomy in the shipbuilding processes, to secure its competitiveness, as well as to cope with its societal challenges, SEA Europe said in a new statement. 

Viswa Lab receives Hellenic American Maritime Innovation Award

SAFETY4SEA, in collaboration with SHIPPINGInsight, is pleased to announce that Viswa Lab has received the 2019 Hellenic American Maritime Innovation Award, sponsored by SQEMARINE, at a gala dinner and award ceremony which successfully concluded on May 29th at Megaron Athens.

Sea Europe: Horizon Europe to boost EU maritime technology

The European Parliament endorsed Wednesday the provisional agreement, reached by the EU institutions in late March, on Horizon Europe, the EU research and innovation programme for the next budget period from 2021 to 2027. SEA Europe welcomed the agreement.

Work begins for UK maritime centre of excellence

Work began on a new £23 million (=USD 30,3 million) redevelopment project that will transform the Portsdown Technology Park into a UK Maritime Centre of Excellence. The Centre will focus on innovation with the development of futuristic maritime missions systems for the Royal Navy.

Nor-Shipping Ocean Leadership Conference 2019: First names announced

IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Lise Kingo, CEO of the UN Global Compact, Ann-Christin Andersen, TechnipFMC’s Chief Digital Officer, and technologist Ramez Naam, Chair of Energy & Environmental Systems at Singularity University, are the first high profile names announced for Nor-Shipping Ocean Leadership Conference 2019.

Italian partners team up to innovate ports

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has entered into a preliminary collaboration agreement with financial institution Cassa depositi e prestiti (CDP) and natural gas infrastructure company Snam, aiming to implement medium-term strategic projects for the innovation of port facilities in Italy and of sustainable technologies applied to maritime transport.

Port of Hamburg to have a Hyperloop transportation system

The collaboration between Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) and the US-based research and development company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) aims at constructing a system that would enable transporting containers at high speed through a tube to and from the Port of Hamburg. 

EMEC provides metocean data for innovation challenge

The European Marine Energy Centre announced it has provided a series of metocean data sets to be used in a new Scottish open innovation competition, in a bid to stimulate creative thinking and data science to design new data products for the benefit of the marine environment, communities and economy.

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