The Port of Riga in Latvia announced it is working on 5G solution tests with LMT – a drone with artificial intelligence to determine pollution. The project uses a nascent drone traffic management platform being developed by LMT and Lufthansa Systems.
Port of Riga
Following its plans on becoming a greener port, Port of Riga expects the arrival of the first two 100% LNG-powered vessels Containerships Polar and Containerships Nord owned by the CMA CGM group container line, that will call the port three times a week, while the port also expects a third LNG vessel in autumn.
As Port of Riga informed, four cruise ships called the port on Wednesday, June 19. This number is the largest ever that the port has hosted and reflects the ports capacity and potential. According to Riga Central Terminal Board Member Valdis Andersons ‘Given that the city’s zoning has changed, a vision of the future has been created in which we can handle RoRo cargo here, engage in passenger transportation and welcome cruise ships.’
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