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Watch: Wärtsilä trials its dock-to-dock automation

Wärtsilä, an advanced maritime technologies company, has published a 360° experience video that shows the successful testing of its automated dock-to-dock solution. Up to now, the prototype has been tested with small vessels and ferries that travel short distances. Yet, the technology can be used for vessels that ‘repeatedly sail the same journey’, such as containers and tankers.

Watch: First cruise ship completely designed in 3D begins voyage

Celebrity Edge, the first ship to be completely designed in 3D has already started its Translantic voyage this month. The vessel marks a turning point on ship design, as from the first sketches, every step was done in 3D. Celebrity Cruise officially took delivery of Celebrity Edge from the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France in November 2018. 

Watch: Cyber attacks pose great threats in maritime industry

Professor Kevin James, Executive Dean Of Science and Engineering in Plymouth University conducts a survey about cyber attacks in maritime industry. Cyber attacks are of a great risk both for the maritime industry and for mariners. Cyber attack can cause many problems such as breaking something to the point it could go wrong and finally be mitigated. The most insidious cyber attacks can cause something serious to happen.

Ericsson connects Maersk’s vessel fleet

Video shows part of a global Ericsson project over 25 different countries which depicts the real-life change-makers who are transforming our world through mobility.

Building a Future-Ready Singapore

This video by the MPA Singapore, shows how technology can be used to solve daily problems and transform Singapore into a ‘Smart Nation’

Video: Rolls-Royce future shore control centre

Rolls-Royce presents a vision of a future land-based control centre in which a small crew of 7 to 14 people monitor and control a fleet of remote controlled and autonomous vessels across the world. The crew uses interactive smart screens, voice recognition systems, holograms and surveillance drones to monitor what is happening both on board and around the ship.

Inmarsat: Maritime Communications Future

The maritime industry is changing. Watch this video to hear about Inmarsat’s maritime vision in supporting the data revolution and setting a new standard in communications at sea.

Star Wars style bridge concept

Rolls-Royce predicts that Ship Intelligence will be the next major transition and potentially lead to autonomous vessels or self driving ships and super yachts with augmented reality displays.

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