Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) increased its charging stations for battery-run automated guided vehicles (AGVs) at Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) as part of its goal to achieve carbon neutrality.
US Federal Transit Administration (FTA) informed that will fund $373.000 to Kitsap Transit for the battery-electric fast foil ferry model development.
An intrepid NASA robot with the aim to search for signs of alien life in the solar system has excelled in its first road-test in Antarctica. In fact, it is said that a team of researchers and engineers spent three weeks at Australia’s Casey research station, testing the robot under the Antarctic sea-ice.
Hidrovias do Brasil, the logistics provider has partnered up with naval architect firm Robert Allan Ltd for the development of a two-stage inland navigation project in South America which “forecasts the development of LNG river convoys and the intention on deployment of the first fully electric pushboat in the world.”
Carnival Maritime, Thome Ship Management, OSM Maritime Group, Berge Bulk, Executive Ship Management and lastly Wilhelmsen Ship Management, came together for the establishment of Wilhelmsen’s Marine Products project. The above-mentioned early adopters, goal to follow the increasing demands of the additive manufacturing.
Over the next few months, The Australian Antarctic Program will be collaborating with NASA in order to test an under-ice robot which may potentially be used in a space mission to look for signs of extra-terrestrial life. It is said that NASA engineers are already working on an underwater rover aspiring to tackle the challenges posed by ocean worlds like Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The robot in particular is called Buoyant Rover for Under-Ice Exploration or BRUIE.
Port of Zeebrugge is going to invest in a superfast 5G network. The network may begin operations this year, but according to the authority of the port, it will be the accelerator and a major factor for innovation in and around the port.
Olivier Wyman forum launched the “Global Cities’ AI Readiness Index” ranking more than 100 countries on their readiness to adopt AI and other technologies, with Singapore winning the first place as the most prepared to adopt AI technologies.
Datum Electronics announced a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Strathclyde University, aiming to develop an innovative technology for marine engine condition monitoring. The main goal of this collaboration is to bring together the industry and academia, aiming to address an evident and crucial problem in the industry.
‘K’ Line (Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd.) announced its 20-year collaboration with Airseas about installing an automated kite system ‘Seawing’ to K Line’s large bulk carrier. Once the first Seawing is successfully delivered, “K”LINE will contemplate to order up to 50 additional Seawing, the company said in its release.
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