RightShip along with the Pilbara Ports Authority joined forces in order to develop a pilot program which allows ports around global, review their emissions profiles and adopt appropriate management strategies.
In this smart world that we live in, the hard part is not to keep up with the technological changes, but to find the pieces missing and connect all of our digital knowledge to fill the gaps. Thus, when it comes to the shipping industry, although digitalization is the future, it is important that the industry focuses on two things; Data harmonization and data sharing.
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) developed a new online application in an effort to process and utilize abstract log (ablog) data, while improve operational efficiency both onboard and onshore.
Global energy and commodity pricing service Argus Media along with the classification society DNV GL, joined forcers and launched industry’s first online platform for green ammonia.
The research institute Fraunhofer ISE, battery supplier Corvus, Carnival Maritime GmbH and DNV GL joined forces and launched an initiative called “DDD-Batman”, in order to study maritime battery health.
Marlink plans to offer support and provide connectivity services to “Hearts In The Ice”, a project which gathers scientific data on the remote Svalbard archipelago inside the Arctic Circle.
As October is annually recognized as Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), during a digital discussion, the International Maritime Organization highlighted the importance of digitalization in the shipping industry, explaining its role through an animation.
GTMaritime has launched a new cloud-based tool to automate a key part of the data transfer process between ship and shore, without the need for seafarers and shore teams to handle manual file replication.
Port of Los Angeles plans to launch a new supply chain key dashboard data in order that all supply chain stakeholders have access and can use forward-looking information to better plan and prepare for inbound cargo.
Ports of Auckland along with Containerchain shake their hands and inked a 10-year aggement so as to enhance ports’ software solutions within the logistics operations.
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