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New marine simulator centre considered key to UK Maritime 2050

A £7m new marine simulator centre has been officially opened at Solent University in Southampton. Presenting the new simulator, UK Chamber of Shipping president Sir Michael Bibby said it should play a vital role in delivering UK’s Maritime 2050 policy objectives. The centre is able to simulate more than 400 different ships and currently features about 140 ports worldwide.

UK shipping technology sector can worth £13 billion by 2030, report says

According to a new report called ‘Frictionless trade: How new technology will power international trade’, the UK has a profitable opportunity. Namely, according to Nick Chubb, one of the authors of the new report, the UK shipping technology sector is a £4 billion industry, and is expected to reach £13 billion per year by 2030.

New big data project to enhance safety at sea

Dr. Grahaeme Henderson, President of the UK Chamber and Shell’s vice president of shipping, launched HiLo, a predictive modelling tool that aims to prevent ‘high-impact’ maritime events like explosions, collisions and groundings by recording the frequent low-level incidents that are pre-cursors to major incidents.


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